China will continue to promote electric vehicles, as electric and hybrid vehicles sold in 2012 contributed to only 0.7 percent of the nation's total car sales.
The consecutive departure of backbone seniors of Protector & Gamble (China) has generated a butterfly effect.
Vocational school graduates are seeing employment rates topping 95%, higher than for college graduates, according to a report published by the Ministry of Education on Feb 27.
China is expected to subsidize electric vehicles sold in 25 model cities, expanding from the current five cities, and adopt a unified subsidy standard.
A letter urging for the legalization of same-sex marriage has been sent to deputies of the National People's Congress, Southern Metropolis reported Wednesday.
The sixth stage of Beijing's vehicle emission standard (Beijing VI Standard) is still under research and is set to be implemented in 2016.
The planned BRICS development bank is expected to focus on financing infrastructure development projects, and providing auxiliary support for project preparation.
CNOOC Ltd's acquisition of Canadian oil and gas company Nexen Inc for $15.1 billion — China's largest overseas takeover — was officially closed on Tuesday, seven months after it was announced.
Yi Ruilong, a hang glider enthusiast, was feared dead after dropping into a remote lake during a training flight on the night of the Chinese Lantern Festival, Western China City Daily reports on Tuesday.
Beijingwill require courier companies to regularly destroy consumers’ personal information
Sport utility vehicle sales surged to 2 million units in 2012, a 25.5 percent increase over 2011, despite a slim auto market growth.
An impoverished village visited by China’s top political leader has received 300 million yuan ($48 million) in poverty relief funds just weeks after Xi Jinping visited the county vowing to help the poor.