China's wind power companies are finding their way into overseas markets, where fierce competition has previously limited their presence, usually by acquiring existing projects or investing in joint venture efforts.
Despite the fact that the construction of new golf courses has been strictly forbidden since 2004, new courses nestled between luxury villas have continued to appear across China, especially in the less-developed western regions, said a senior official.
China Telecommunications Corp Ltd (China Telecom) plans to offer Apple Inc's popular iPhone in China by close to the end of 2011, sources said, making it the second operator to do so in the world's largest mobile phone market.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd will launch its own mobile operating system (OS) before the end of August, with the cell phone maker Beijing Tianyu Communication Equipment among the first vendors to adopt the new system, a source close to Alibaba told China Daily.
China's bullion investments may slow down this year compared with the sharp growth in 2010 as record-high gold prices increased the potential risk of price volatility, industry executives said on Tuesday.
Stocks on the Chinese mainland fell the most in seven weeks on concern that Europe's debt crisis could spread and higher-than-estimated new loans and money supply could make it difficult for China's government to ease its tightening policies.