France's Carrefour SA China plans to recruit Chinese MBA students as store managers to support its fast expansion plans in the world's second largest economy.
China will increase the fine for piracy to 1 million yuan ($158,000), Yan Xiaohong, deputy director of General Administration of Press and Publication, said on a seminar on intellectual property law and adjudication between the US and China on Tuesday, Beijing News reported.
Hainan Airlines interviewed its new flight attendants in Beijing on Tuesday.
Tennis star Li Na is reported to be honored by her home province with the building of a new stadium named after the sports icon.
China Petroleum & Chemical Corp and Japan's Mitsui Chemicals Inc established a joint venture for the production and distribution of ethylene-propylene-diene terpolymer.
Beijing will soon start a pilot program to replace turnover tax with value-added tax to accelerate structural adjustments in the economy, a statement from the local tax office said.
China on Tuesday started to allow individuals to apply for ".cn" and ".中国" (China) domain names, said the China Internet Network Information Center.
People's Bank of China, the central bank, said on Tuesday it "actively" supports direct trading between the yuan and the Japanese yen.
Parts of the Long March 3B Launch Vehicle Satellite fell in Suining county, Hunan province, damaging houses and a 10 kilo-volt high-voltage line overnight on May 27.
China's iron ore platform has since experienced the doldrums, as up to May 22, it has only handled seven transactions, a volume of about 856,500 tons and $119 million.
Food safety watchdogs in Southwest China's Yunnan province asked a local oil company to stop manufacturing edible oil products they suspect contain industrial fatty oils.
Salary expectations have led to a tense relationship between employers and employees, according to the Hudson 2012 Salary and Recruitment Insight report released on Wednesday.