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.
Shampoo products sold in Taiwan under the brands Lux and Dove have been found to contain methanal, people.com.cn reported Thursday.
Sany Heavy Industry Co Ltd, China's leading construction equipment company, denied a report that it has laid off 30 percent of its employees.
US automaker General Motors said on July 5 that its sales in China in the first half of the year rose 11.3 percent from last year's previous record in the same period to 1,417,047 units.
China's State Council has approved development and opening-up policies for the Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone.
The total output of China’s energy saving and environmental protection industries is targeted to hit 4.5 trillion yuan ($708 billion) by 2015, according to a government statement.
The Chinese mainland has gained the 34th place in the Global Innovation Index among 141 economies worldwide.
Central Huijin Investment Ltd, an arm of sovereign wealth fund China Investment Corp, continued its purchase of major banks' shares in the second quarter.
An employee of a major Chinese online shopping retailer has been suspended from his job and arrested by police after allegedly being caught taking photos of women in an office toilet.
Chinese banks took almost a third of total global bank profits last year, up from 4 percent in 2007, as they grabbed market share given up by European peers.
China launched its first spot market for natural gas on the Shanghai Petroleum Exchange on Monday to cope with peak summer electricity use.
A commercial for China's railways allegedly directed by Zhang Yimou that cost 18.5 million yuan ($2.9 million) triggered criticism online, the Beijing News reported Tuesday.