The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) has begun to stress-test lenders more strictly, the 21st Business Herald reported Wednesday.
An abundant harvest for Chinese cabbage dropped prices to 0.08 to 0.16 yuan ($0.01 to 0.02) a kilogram in Qingdao in eastern Shangdong province, 21st Century Business Herald reported Thursday.
The European Commission has announced it will initiate an anti-dumping investigation on soy protein imports from China, the 21st Business Herald reported Thursday, citing a notice from the commission.
Toyota Motor Co announced it will cut 50 to 70 percent of production in China, Sina.com reported Thursday.
Chongqing authorities will repeat play the "fresh and excellent" 36 songs to pay tribute to the 90th anniversary of the founding of the CPC.
The high-speed railway line linking Beijing and Shanghai to be opened in June will remove first-class cabins and run at lower-than-planned speeds to respond to public complaints over inaccessible prices.
A Green Paper on the Rural Economy estimates a 9 percent rise in prices for agricultural produce this year, Beijing Times reported Wednesday.
The National Laboratory for Clean Energy is expected to go into operation in September, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) said at an conference in Dalian on April 11.
The Chinese government will shut down nearly 5,000 small scale news agencies during its 12th Five-Year Program, in a bid to optimize and reallocate publishing resources.
The controversial regulation ordering Chinese nationals to take a compulsory HIV test if they have lived abroad for more than a year has been cancelled, Beijing Morning Post reported Wednesday.
A total of 36 residents living in the“increasingly dangerous building”in Shanxi's capital city, Taiyuan, will be resettled after media reports in March, Xinhua reported Tuesday.
Two policemen have been arrested in Gansu for a suspect's sudden in interrogation, Xinhua reported Tuesday. Authorities admitted there was use of torture.