People are losing confidence in the safety and quality of food in China following claims that concentrated ingredients are used by some restaurants.
Who's afraid of the United States' credit downgrade and the worsening sovereign debt crisis in Europe? That's the question many Chinese opinion makers have been trying to answer.
Confidence in the prospects for online luxury retailers is behind venture capital investment.
China's dollar investments in the United States remain safe despite concerns following the credit rating downgrade, Gary Locke said on Sunday.
New US and European debt crises mean that China will have to restructure.
China's new-yuan lending fell sharply to 492.6 billion yuan ($77 billion), the lowest level for seven months.
The slowdown of the global economic recovery is making the growth of Chinese exports slow down
Huawei Technologies plans to sell its first own-brand mobile phone in UK, taking on manufacturers using Google's Android software in one of Europe's most competitive handset markets.
ConocoPhillips China, the operator of two leaking oil platforms in Northeast China's Bohai Bay, conceded for the first time on Friday that it had not done enough to check for potential leaks in the bay.
Lotte Mart Co China, a division of South Korea's Lotte Group, is planning to open more than 200 stores in China by the end of 2018, a step driven by an aggressive overseas expansion strategy.
China will double its solar capacity and is likely to reach 2 gigawatts (gW) by the end of the year. That's as the world's largest solar-panel maker ramps up domestic installation.
Nokia Corp plans to introduce phones using Microsoft Corp's Windows operating system, based on China Mobile Ltd's self-developed 3G mobile networks.