Fireworks industry must reorient itself to stay afloat, say experts
Fireworks boss wants to blaze trail in industry
Chinese fireworks overcome cloudy times, pin hopes on burgeoning domestic demand
Chinese moves set to help EU nations reeling from sovereign debt crisis
Decades ago, foreign investors in China wracked their brains over an important question: Do I find a local partner or not?
Rapid rise in labor costs and soaring price of raw materials put businesses in a dilemma
Foreign workers in China will soon be covered by the country's social security program, according to the Social Insurance Law, which takes effect from July 1.
Emerging powers hope new IMF chief Christine Lagarde will make good on her pledges
Despite the widespread call from emerging economies for their candidate to head the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the fund announced on June 28 that Christine Lagarde, the first woman named to the top IMF post, will start her five-year term from July 5.
Police have rounded up 36 suspects who are believed to be from seven fraud gangs after officers were tipped off by the world's largest business-to-business e-commerce company.
China had the lowest turnover rate for chief executive officers in 2010, according to a report by the consulting firm Booz & Co.
BYD Co, the Chinese automaker part- owned by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc, surged on its trading debut in Shenzhen on Thursday amid speculation it may benefit from government funding for electric-vehicle development.