Shenzhen has ejected about 80,000 “potentially unstable residents” in a bid to secure social stability for the upcoming 26th International University Sports Federation （IUSF）, the Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
China's inaugural official VIP private bodyguard service was unveiled to the public on Sunday, the first in an industry once deemed illegal and run in secret, Modern Express reported Monday.
"Kizuna", reads the headline used by Japan's prime minister Naoto Kan for his thank-you note published in People's Daily Monday.
Japan's devastating March 11 earthquake had little impact on Sino-Japan trade, Shanghai Securities News reported Monday. The report comes after foreign trade statistics were released April 10.
China's housing prices may decline in the second quarter of this year, as a result of the country's property control measures and a series of interest hikes, the Shanghai Securities News reported Thursday.
The China Iron and Steel Association's (CISA) 77 member companies in 2010 made a total of 89.7 billion yuan ($13.7 billion) in profits, with an average profit margin of 2.9 percent.
A kindergarten teacher secretly buried a two-year-old pupil who died after choking on food, yunnan.cn reported Thursday.
The State Council, China's Cabinet, has agreed to expand the special economic zone (SEZ) in Shantou, Guangdong province, to cover the entire city starting May 1, cnr.cn reported Wednesday.
The Chinese properties market is becoming a major destination for investors around the world. And the Asia-Pacific market may attract $104 billion this year, China Economic Weekly reported Wednesday.
The State Council approved the plan to found China's over-the-counter (OTC) stock market, China Times reported Saturday.
Once a new European Union (EU) carbon tax is levied on Chinese airlines, 743 million yuan will be added to the costs of flights from China to Europe and likely mean a fare increase of 300 yuan for each economy flight passenger.
China is set to maintain an international payment surplus in 2011, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) said on its website on April 1.