The funds raised in initial public offerings (IPOs) on China's capital market may reach 400 billion yuan ($61.9 billion) this year.
China's inflation is expected to reach a three-year high in June driven by soaring food prices and living expenses, analysts said.
Bank of China Ltd (BOC), the only Chinese bank to have operated continuously for nearly 100 years, will continue to expand its overseas network.
The Chinese are coming - with cash and credit cards in hand.
More Chinese customers intend to buy cars from European manufacturers as fewer consider Japanese and domestic Chinese models, according to a study recently released by J.D. Power Asia Pacific.
Japan's Nissan Motor Co recently announced plans to nearly double its market share in China by 2016 as part of its global focus on emerging markets.
Optimistic about the future of China's auto market, especially the premium compact segment, Daimler AG and its car unit Mercedes-Benz are pushing the accelerator for local R&D and production in the country.
Skoda, the Czech unit of Volkswagen Group, says it will produce a new compact car in China in 2013 to expand its local portfolio.
German carmaker Volkswagen recently announced that its two new plants have been approved by the National Development and Reform Commission, the country's top economic planner.
Fresh from the recent disappointment of its Olympic team failing to qualify for next year's London Games, the Chinese Football Association (CFA) launched a huge salvage campaign on Sunday by reaching a multi-million-dollar deal with a domestic company to support a new youth development program.
Driving new technologies that will help expand the availability of MRI scanners beyond the hospital to smaller clinic settings, GE Global Research and Mayo Clinic have received a five-year, $5.7 million grant from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB), and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), components of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
With the increasing interest shown by Internet users in games, PopCap Games Inc sees a rosy future in China.