PepsiCo Inc, the world's second-largest soft-drink maker, opened its largest research center outside the US in China on Tuesday, as it seeks to boost sales in the world's most populous country and the Asian region.
An official has said the launch of glass futures trading in China has been approved and will soon be introduced.
China's railway infrastructure investment is set to reach a new high next year, with an estimated investment value of more than 516 billion yuan ($82.66 billion).
Helped by China's overall economic recovery, the domestic auto market picked up in October, with sales of passenger cars jumping 11.7 percent year-on-year to 1.25 million vehicles.
A total of 14 property developers had posted their January-October performance reports as of Thursday, and the climbing sales revenue indicated a warmed-up market.
BHP Billiton Ltd will not cut its iron ore annual output target this year, despite shrinking demand as China's economy slows down.
Bank of China Ltd was selected again as a global systemically important financial institution by the 20 Group executive body of the Financial Stability Board.
China National Chemical Corporation has been granted approval for a quota of 10 million tons of crude oil imports, mainly to supply its oil and gas companies.
The Brazilian Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock will open an office in Beijing next Wednesday aiming to increase bilateral agricultural trade.
FedEx Express Corp, one of the world’s largest courier delivery services companies, opened on Tuesday its fifth international services center in Shenzhen, to boost its local operations network and meet growing customer demand.
China's electric vehicle maker BYD Company Limited has announced a series of financial incentives for customers.
Shanghai has submitted a proposal for incentive policies for green cars to the National Development and Reform Commission.