Share prices for wind power companies and equipment suppliers climbed Wednesday after authorities approved over 100 new wind power projects.
A new business focusing on mobile satellite phones has been jointly launched by China Mobile Satellite Communication Group Ltd, China Telecom Satellite Communications Co Ltd and Thuraya Telecommunications Co.
China Export & Credit Insurance Corporation had received a 20 billion yuan capital injection through Central Huijin Investment Ltd.
LG Electronics plans to withdraw its mobile communication business from China next year, a source near to the issue told China Securities Journal on Wednesday.
As China quickly steps into the aging society, private enterprises find big potential in the remote medical service market, especially in rural areas.
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services announced that it has assigned 'A' long-term and 'A-1' short-term issuer credit ratings to the Agricultural Bank of China Ltd.
The government of the Tibet autonomous region will invest 100 million yuan ($16.05 million) a year to encourage airlines to operate routes in Tibet.
China's home prices for 2013 largely depend on the country's monetary and urbanization policies, industry experts said at a forum over the weekend.
China's home prices may rise 3 to 5 percent next year, given a stable real estate policy, JP Morgan said in a research note on Monday.
China's steel industry is facing a problem of overcapacity, with steel prices at 1994 levels, a senior official said.
China's real GDP growth, if the costs of ecological degradation and environmental pollution are taken out, is about 5 percent.
Shandong province has been granted a permit to build a nuclear plant. The project, located in Shidao Bay, Weihai City, has been granted a permit.