The bankruptcy of Suntech, the former largest solar panel maker in the world, is causing problems in other upstream and downstream companies in the solar sector, the Shanghai Securities Journal reported on Wednesday.
A well-known Shanghai-based film studio has taken Apple Inc and one of its Chinese companies to court for selling its animation movies in Apple's online store without approval and providing unauthorized download services for iPhone and iPad users.
Chinese enterprises have become a powerful engine to maintaining and driving up global economic growth amid the extended recessions.
Due to technological innovations and the national campaign on mineral resources, China's natural gas reserves increased by the most ever last year, while oil reserves also rose, a senior official said on Wednesday.
China's hundreds of millions of migrant workers, about two thirds of the US population, underpins China's transition toward a consumer economy.
China's fourth national-level development zone, Zhoushan Islands New Area, was officially inaugurated in coastal Zhejiang province on Wednesday.
"Finding Mr. Right," a Chinese domestic comedy, has raked in more than 100 million yuan ($16.1 million) since it opened in mainland theaters on March 21.
Chinese President Xi Jinping attended here Wednesday a breakfast meeting between political and business leaders of BRICS.
China's fourth national-level development zone, Zhoushan Islands New Area, was officially inaugurated in coastal Zhejiang Province on Wednesday.
Fourteen fund companies reported a total net profit of 1.7 billion yuan ($273.5 million), according to the brokerages' annual report released on March 26.
Exports from Guangdong province to Africa rose 23.1 percent year-on-year to $2.3 billion and imports from the continent to Guangdong doubled to $5.17 billion in the first two months of the year.
Newly released official figures showed that the growth of total assets among Chinese lenders continued to fall in February, while banks reported the weakest increase in profits.