Beijing began publishing water quality information on the website of Beijing Water Works Group on Tuesday following media reports questioning the city's tap-water quality.
The United States is likely to intensify anti-dumping and countervailing investigations into exports from Asian emerging economies as the world’s largest economy is mired in debt-ceiling negotiations and in a slow economic recovery, the People’s Daily reported.
A sharp increase in self-drive trips in Tianjin is expected to occur during Spring Festival thanks to toll free highways and drivers being more comfortable with the new traffic rules.
The General Staff Headquarters of the People’s Liberation Army has pledged to stage more military drills that simulate real combat.
19.27 million vehicles were produced in China in 2012, increasing by 4.6 percent year-on-year, up 3.8 percentage points.
Chinese exports were targeted by a total of 72 trade investigations in 2012, according to China's General Administration of Customs.
CP Lotus Super Center, a subsidiary company of the Thailand-based Charoen Pokphand Group, reportedly closed one of its supermarkets in Beijing.
China's largest private steel company Jiangsu Shagang Group Co Ltd set up its international headquarters in Singapore to explore the overseas market.
BMW Brilliance Senior Vice-President Daniel Kirchert has recently submitted his resignation and may leave the company soon.
Yum Brands Inc, owner of the fast-food chain KFC, publicly apologized on Jan 10 for what it called its inappropriate response to the Chinese government's investigation into one of Yum’s former chicken suppliers, chinanews.com reported.
China's trade with the United States in 2012 grew 8.5 percent year-on-year to $484.68 billion, accounting for 12.5 percent of China's total foreign trade in 2012.
Applicants in the January car license plate lottery hit 1.43 million by Jan 8, registering a new record and an increase of more than 60,000.