Hanlong Mining has received approval from Australia’s Foreign Investment Review board for its $1.3 billion takeover of Sundance Resources.
Executives of public companies in Guangdong province get the highest salaries in China, according to a Deloitte report.
Some women in Shanghai were outraged over the weekend about the Shanghai Metro asking them on a micro blog to wear more clothing in public.
Primary schools in Beijing will introduce traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) cultural classes next semester, a Beijing Times news reported Monday.
During the first 15 days of June, new bank loans from China's four State-owned banks amounted to 25 billion yuan, and analysts expect the number to reach 900 billion to 1 trillion yuan by the end of the month, China Securities Journal cited sources as saying on Thursday.
Excessive exploitation has led to the rapid decline of China’s rare earth reserves, the Beijing News reported, citing the White Paper released by the Information Office of the State Council Wednesday.
China's military officers ranked above secondary regiment grade will be required to report their incomes, real estate assets as well as investment information, the PLA Daily reported on Thursday.
Chinese authorities have said the country has no immediate plans to defer the retirement age.
Ten provincial regions in China have released wage guidelines as of June 19, advising enterprises on the range of wage rises, reported chinanews.com Tuesday.
Banks including China CITIC Bank, China Minsheng Banking Co Ltd and China Everbright Bank have raised their one-year deposit rate to 3.575 percent.
Asia's largest cruise ship arrived on June 19 at Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal for the first time to launch its summer cruise itineraries in China.
China National Petroleum Corp, the country's biggest oil producer, said that the first phase of Iraq's Halfaya oilfield started operations 15 months ahead of schedule.