A total of 102 Party members in Shouguang city, in East China's Shandong province, were expelled from the Communist Party of China this spring, People’s Daily reported on June 11.
Chinese lenders are in fierce competition to attract savers after the central bank raised the deposit rate ceiling.
China's newly established national think tank for climate change has put the "top level design" of China's carbon trading system top of its agenda agenda.
Around 9.15 million students have taken China's national college entrance examination, or gaokao, this year. This number has decreased by 1.4 million compared with 10.5 million in 2008. In Shanghai, only 55,000 students took the exam this year, and around 49,000 of them will be enrolled. So it is no longer such a fierce competition in Shanghai.
China will become the world's largest logistics market in 2016, according to CEVA Logistics (CEVA), the world's fourth largest third-party logistics company, reported xinhua08.com on Thursday.
Investment in national railway infrastructure reached 33.77 billion yuan (approximately $5.334 billion) in May, reported Economic Information Daily on Thursday.
As many as 322 firms out of the 851 A-share listed enterprises expect to see an improved performance in the first half 2012, according to their released performance forecasts.
In early April, two edible oil brands, Golden Dragon Fish Oil and Fulin Door, announced that some of its edible oil prices would increase at an average of about 8 percent, which has led to consumer concerns about a new round of price hikes for edible oil.
China's real estate regulator reaffirmed its commitment to maintaining current restrictions on property sales on Tuesday.
Details of rules on private investment in State-monopolized sectors will be published before the end of June, according to China's top regulator.
A 74-year-old former senior official in a local State-owned company was sentenced on Tuesday in Shanghai to life in prison for corruption, Shanghai based sh.east day.com reported.
Shenzhen was the city with the highest monthly minimum wage in 2011, with 1320 yuan ($209) per month. The top hourly minimum wage was achieved by Beijing with 13 yuan per hour.