About 390,000 motor vehicles have been registered in Beijing over the past two years, less than half of those in 2010.
Chinese search engine firm Jike.com on Thursday denied reports that it is in talks with Qihoo 360 Technology Co Ltd to receive investment from Qihoo.
China may start to tighten its credit policy as the economy recovers, inflation and property prices rise further and concerns about over-investment and financial sector health return, investment bank UBS said in a report on Thursday.
China's top securities watchdog, the China Securities Regulatory Commission, has approved six new QFIIs, bringing the total number to 213.
Shanghai-listed Zhejiang Southeast Electric Power Co Ltd plans to swap its US dollar-denominated B shares for the main A-share board.
China's national social security fund opened 30 new trade accounts in January to expand investment in the domestic stock market.
Shanghai is to introduce 200 new-energy buses in a bid to cut emissions and reduce noise, Xinhua News Agency reported on Feb 20.
China's railway freight prices will be raised by 13 percent, the National Business Daily reported on Tuesday.
Italian automaker Ferrari released record figures for its business performance for 2012 despite the global economic turmoil.
Recruitment at Foxconn’sZhengzhouand Shenzhen plants has stopped, and many other plants have been asked to stop recruiting.
The culture industry of Gansu province has enjoyed a double-digit growth of about 26 percent last year, housing projects that will rake in more than 62 billion yuan.
China will pass the United States to become the world's top country for active Android and iOS smartphones and tablets by the end of February.