China Film Co Ltd is restructuring in preparation for a listing on the Chinese mainland.
Reverse mortgage might be a smart choice for the Chinese to ensure greater financial security in their old age.
Premier Wen has called for confidence in surmounting economic difficulties and stabilizing growth.
Chinese families are beginning to show an increasing preference for the quiet calm of the country's museums.
Some of the world's best-known names in luxury goods have permitted poor quality control to mar their once unassailable image.
The number of expatriates and tourists to Beijing has had a hand in helping the businesses that target foreigners flourish.
Land sales in 130 major Chinese cities dropped 13 percent year-on-year in 2011, as property market curbs continued to bite the realty industry.
When it comes to luxury goods, Chinese consumers are now more price-sensitive than in the early days when luxury stores were new to the mainland.
Hotel executives still believe that China is a safe haven for luxury hotels, despite the occupancy rate for 2011 hovering at around 60 percent.
MOF announced that the nation's government departments will allocate at least 30 percent of their purchasing quota to SMEs.
China's PMI rebounded to 50.3 percent in December, indicating a stabler slowing trend for the country's economic growth.
China's express delivery industry is rushing to deliver mails, goods, or even a promising future for the sector itself in the coming years.