More than 300 women in Chengdu signed up to compete to become a billionaire's bride in an event organized by Chinese Entrepreneurs Club for Singles.
Expansion of China's manufacturing sector cooled to its slowest in five months in May, with a lower-than-expected Purchase Management Index of 50.4.
China supports the Least Developed Countries' accession to the World Trade Organization because it benefits bilateral trade and makes the organization more representative.
A Buddhist temple in Zhuzhou city, in Central China's Hunan province, caught public attention lately for recruiting sales staff with monthly salaries as high as 10,000 yuan ($1,574), a local newspaper reported on May 30.
Nearly 20,000 Chinese enterprises have operated overseas investments in over 178 countries and regions around the world, China.com.cn reported Thursday.
The Agricultural Bank of China Ltd confirmed on Wednesday evening that one of its vice-presidents is being investigated.
The first downtown Beijing duty-free shop will be located in the central business district, according to People's Daily website.
Li Jinjun, vice minister of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee, urged political leaders in Europe to help strengthen the consensus, political trust and cooperation between the two economies.
China's financial industry has beaten rivals again as it reported the highest annual salary of 91,364 yuan ($14,400) in the non-private sector last year, according to the National Bureau of Statistics.
China's online video users reached 325 million by the end of 2011, accounting for 63.35 percent of the nation's total number of Internet users, reported Xinhuanet.com on Wednesday.
The exchange rate of the euro against the yuan tumbled to its lowest point in a decade at 7.8922 on Wednesday amid the ongoing crisis in Europe.
China is mulling whether to impose a consumption tax on "high-polluting, high resource consuming" products, according to officials.