The Chinese credit market is weaker than expected with deposits seeing a huge decline in the first week of June, China Finance Net reported.
The number of electric appliances manufacturers in deficit increased by 17.2 percent year-on-year during the first four months of the year.
Wal-Mart has been caught selling diseased pork ribs, reported National Business Daily on Tuesday.
IATA said on Tuesday that it will be difficult for the European Union to implement the Emissions Trading Scheme since over 30 countries oppose it.
Belgium wants to invite more Chinese investment in such industries as high tech and personal computing.
A series of financial and taxation support policies will be launched for China’s strategic emerging industries in the second half of this year, Economic Information Daily reported on Tuesday.
China National Petroleum Corp estimates that it will supply liquefied natural gas to about 200,000 vehicles by 2015.
Police from Huanggang city in Central China's Hubei province cracked down on a six- member criminal group.
Beijing may install more than 60,000 electronic cameras to monitor restaurants’ "gutter oil", or recycles kitchen oil, to prevent it from being re-used as cooking oil, Beijing Times reported Tuesday.
About 10 provinces and cities in China will start tax reform soon in order to accelerate economic transformation.
Guangdong Huaxing Bank said Sunday it will offer a 30 percent discount for first home buyers applying for mortgages.
Lin Chunping, a Wenzhou entrepreneur who allegedly fabricated a story about purchasing a US bank, was arrested by police on suspicion of illegally issuing value-added tax invoices on Saturday.