China warned the United States on Monday of a trade war if Congress passes a bill pressuring Beijing to appreciate the yuan.
China will revise its resource tax system on Nov 1, with oil and natural gas producers to be assessed on the basis of value rather than volume.
China is approaching its target of starting construction on 10 million affordable housing units this year.
The US Senate made an uproar by proposing a controversial bill instead of addressing its people's urgent cry.
The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences on Oct 10 cut China's growth estimate for 2011 to 9.4 percent from a previous forecast of 9.6 percent.
Small businesses in the Pearl River Delta have gloomy profit projections for this year due to a number of factors.
A new landmark skyscraper in Huaxi village, East China's Jiangsu province, raising the skyline of the country's wealthiest village to a new height.
Local governments' obligations to tighten, polluters' penalties to rise.
Is China's agricultural sector a threat to the nation's rapid economic growth?
China Banking Regulatory Commission on Oct 9 unveiled new measures to improve regulations over banks' wealth investment products.
Demand cannot match supply, say international and domestic companies in the auto-hire market.
China's auto market offers such a wide range of options that the majority of consumers closely compare models and have little preconceived brand loyalty.