Online clothes retailer Vancl.com has moved some of its production to Bangladesh, in an effort to reduce costs due to cheaper labor in that country, according to a report in China Business News.
The National Development and Reform Commission approved more than 200 investments projects each month in the last quarter.
The Ministry of Finance said on Monday it will spend most of its annual budget for the culture industry on encouraging mergers and acquisitions, innovations and investment in overseas markets, activities that are to be led by State-owned enterprises directly under the central government.
The American fashion brand Forever 21 is about to open its first flagship store on the Chinese mainland on Wednesday.
China Southern Airlines Co Ltd said on August 3 that its subsidiary Xiamen Airlines agrees with Boeing Co to buy 40 737 aircraft.
Continuous rainfall destroyed a section of the Great Wall from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), and renovation work is already underway, xinhuanet.cn reported on Tuesday.
China will launch a crackdown on drivers who use drugs, the Ministry of Public Security confirmed Monday.
Traffic police in Zhengzhou caught a total of 1,793 vehicles violating traffic rules on Friday night during a crackdown against illegal driving activities.
The northwest metropolis of Xi'an may become the fifth city in China to impose restrictions on car purchases to improve traffic congestion.
The CBRC will set up an information and technology supervision department to better supervise of the banking industry’s IT operations.
Sinopec, China's largest oil producer, is ready to start testing used cooking oil to fuel jets.
Beijing police have launched a criminal investigation over a complaint that a woman was mysteriously stabbed on the overcrowded subway.