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.
China's foreign trade in 2012 expanded 6.2 percent year-on-year to $3.867 trillion, the General Administration of Customs announced Thursday.
Disciplinary investigators met with a whistleblower in a graft case in Central China’s Henan province on Tuesday, Zhengzhou Evening News reported.
China's financial regulator has approved the launch of the country's first two bond exchange traded funds.
News reports on provincial leaders should be less than 1,500 characters, according to a new regulation released by authorities in North China’s Shanxi province in an effort to improve working style.
China's Ministry of Commerce will issue a preliminary ruling on its anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations into imported polysilicon from the United States, the European Union and South Korea on Feb 20.
Many taxi drivers charge higher fees or refuse passengers during rush hour in some tier one and tier two cities, Beijing Youth Daily reported on Wednesday.
A famous restaurant in Taiwan has been revealed to be serving leftover dishes to mainland tourist groups.
The National Tourism Administration has allowed eight travel agencies to run tours from Jilin province to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
Shanghai is planning to set up a free-trade zone in the Pudong New Area later this year, the China Securities Journal reported on Tuesday.