China's food and drug watchdog is conducting a safety test and evaluation of baby shampoo produced by Johnson & Johnson.
The income gap between rural and urban residents has narrowed, as income growth for rural residents outpaced that of urban dwellers.
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) unveiled methods outlining how the central bank plans to regulate non-financial organizations engaged in payment and settlement businesses.
China rejected a US accusation that it uses cyber espionage to steal sensitive economic information and technology from the United States, calling the claim "unprofessional and irresponsible".
In its role as a testing ground for the internationalization of the RMB, Hong Kong is successfully building three "bridges" linking the onshore and offshore yuan markets, a Hong Kong official said.
The G20 should agree on a plan to improve the governance of international financing and to reform the world's regulation system, analysts said.
Investment in China's medical and healthcare industry reached a record $3.5 billion in the first nine months of the year, 2.7 times more than the total amount over the whole of 2010.
China's signature trade fair has seen a growth in orders from emerging markets, cushioning a drop in Chinese exports to developed markets.
The Chinese economy may register its slowest pace of growth in a decade in 2012, but the country's macroeconomic policies are likely to remain stable next year, said central bank adviser Li Daokui.
To ensure construction continues on train line projects, the Ministry of Railways has promised to pay off some of its creditors before Nov 20.
The renminbi is coming close to having a reasonable exchange rate, Chinese Commerce Minister Chen Deming said at the G20 summit.
A taste for the good things in life is feeding China's burgeoning home decoration market.