China has around 260 million people suffering from chronic diseases which are responsible 85 percent of all deaths, Beijing Times reported Tuesday citing a Ministry of Health report.
China Telecom, one of China's major telecom providers, and Shanghai's bus agency plan to offer WiFi access on Shanghai's public buses, according to a China Telecom branch in Shanghai.
China's minimum salaries have grown slower in 2012 when compared to last year due to the economic slowdown.
The China Culture Industry Investment Fund plans to plough $157 million into Chinese cultural and media enterprises over the next six months.
China Auto Rental Holdings Inc, the country's top car-rental provider, announced on Monday it has received $200 million from US-based private equity firm Warburg Pincus LLC.
Dangdang, one of China's major online stores, sells fake Casio watches, China Central Television reported Sunday.
The establishment of the prefectural-level Sansha city will help enhance the weak maritime administration in Xisha, Zhongsha and Nansha islands in the South China Sea.
Land sales revenue, a barometer of the developers' confidence, is at its lowest point in three years due to shrinking supply, especially in first-tier cities.
Brazil decided on July 4 to impose tariffs of up to 182 percent on footwear parts and accessories from China.
Beijing tops the list of employees' salary with an average monthly pay of 4,672 yuan ($730) among the 23 provinces and cities that recently published the statistics.
China will lead the world’s renewable energy development, accounting for 40 percent of the growth from 2011 to 2017, according to a report published by the International Energy Agency on July 5.
More than 100,000 Chinese orphans or children with disabilities have been adopted by families from overseas, according to China's Center for Children’s Welfare and Adoption.