South Beauty will go public in Hong Kong later this summer the earliest, the Wen Wei Po reported.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will buy 2,000 tons of gutter oil from China in mid-July to transform it into aviation fuel later, Xinhuanet reported Tuesday.
An agency in Hunan said that their previous tests showing that some imported baby formulas contain the banned additive Vanillin are invalid.
Major Chinese airlines may continue to suffer the reduced profits they experienced in the first half of 2012 following the first quarter's recession.
The National Tourism Administration of China said on July 11 that the total tourism revenue was 1.28 trillion yuan ($202 billion) in the first half of the year, up 17.3 percent, Xinhua News Agency reported.
An eco-industrial park will be built in Zhenjiang city, Jiangsu province, as a strategic cooperation project between the Chinese and Swiss governments.
China should pay extra attention to Internet security issues as hackers have started to put their hands on online banking and payment platforms.
A total of 79 companies in China, including Hong Kong and Taiwan, made the list of the Fortune Global 500 for the year 2012.
The Statue of David had his genitals covered with digital mosaics in footage shown by China Central Television program.
A Beijing court on July 10 began hearing a lawsuit filed by popular Chinese writer and blogger Han Han against Internet search engine Baidu.
Thirty five college students got a taste of real life after accepting the challenge to find temporary low-paid jobs, China Youth Daily reported Tuesday.
The top 50 Chinese retail companies reported 17 percent revenue growth in June compared to the same time last year, the highest growth rate this year.