Chinese companies issued 484 new corporate bonds in 2012, a 148 percent increase year-on-year, the Shanghai Securities News reported on Friday.
Department store operator Jusco, which stands for Japan United Stores Company, plans to accelerate its expansion in the Chinese market with a new business model in Guangzhou.
China's privately owned automaker Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co said on Friday that its exports surged 164 percent year-on-year in 2012.
The total revenue of China's online gaming industry is expected to hit 68.5 billion yuan ($11 billion) in 2013, driven by rapid expansion in the mobile games and browser games sectors.
Wuliangye Yibin Co Ltd, the second-largest producer of Chinese liquor, said Tuesday that it will raise liquor prices despite the company's falling share price.
China's largest baijiu liquor producer by market value, Kweichow Moutai Co Ltd, is adding to its airport construction investment portfolio.
Venture capital and private equity funds will not be brought into the regulatory fold of the draft amendment to the Law on Securities Investment Funds.
KPMG China on Friday announced the formal establishment of KPMG Certified Tax Advisor (Shanghai) Co Ltd.
Commercial property developer Dalian Wanda Group on Friday denied that it intends to buy French luxury retailer Printemps Department Store Paris.
Independent auditing results cleared China Charities Aid Foundation for Children of accusations that it was involved in money laundering activities after Internet users found the foundation had made and spent a lot more money than the amount of donations received in 2011, Xinhuanet.com reported Thursday.
The initial public offering markets of Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland are expected to see the weakest performance since the financial tsunami in 2009.
German sports wear giant adidas AG said it will continue to work with more than 300 supplier factories in China despite a recent contract dispute.