China is opening an international hotel every four days, making it the world’s fastest hotel market, Shanghai Morning Post reported.
The European Union is considering raising tariffs on cheap goods from China, according to a warning issued by the Economic and Commercial Counselor's Office of the Embassy of China in Italy.
A young teenage student was surrounded by photographers who were amazed by his questions in fluent English to a foreign journalist.
The father of a student executed for killing a crash victim to cover up the accident is suing the victim’s lawyer for defamation, Guangzhou daily reported.
China will maintain a prudent monetary policy in the second half of the year, according to information released from internal conferences of financial regulators.
China's manufacturing cost advantage has been cut by almost 20 percent and multinational companies are reducing the procurement of consumer goods from China.
Property developers continue to withhold from residential land bidding in a belief that the lowest price of land has yet to come. The fall in bidding activities began in July.
Chongqing is the safest and most stable city in China, according to a league table cited in the Chongqing Evening News Wednesday.
Taiwan-based soymilk retailer Yon Ho Food Company has been questioned for using soybean powder rather than a freshly-brewed mix in its restaurants, and in defense the company has argued the powder cost is more expensive.
Influenced by the crashing of the international oil price and expected adjustments of domestic oil prices, Chinese refined oil traders are stopping purchasing.
China Mobile will invest 13 billion yuan ($2.02 billion) in Shanghai for building broadband networks, which coordinate GSM, TD-SCDMA, TD-LTE and WLAN technologies, within three years, Sohu reported.
Would-be Beijing homeowners face tougher lending times as the "Big Five" banks have withdrawn their favorable first-home loans in the city from August, the China Securities Journal said.