China's wind farms are moving offshore, with the largest project going into commercial use in coastal Jiangsu province.
A Japanese delegation, which includes a former prime minister, arrived in Beijing on Monday to discuss tension over the Diaoyu Islands.
Argentina bought 409 rail cars that will make up 55 train formations from the State-owed China South Locomotive and Rolling Stock Corp Ltd.
The US International Trade Commission launched two investigations on Jan 25 into portable electronic devices from Chinese and US makers.
The statistical discrepancy in trade between China and the United States has been declining continuously.
An auction of Christian-themed Renaissance paintings this week in New York could roil the art market if coveted Asian buyers enter the bidding, an expert with the auction house conducting the sale said.
The Ministry of Public Security is working to set up an annual high-level meeting with US judicial officials in a bid to catch and return more Chinese fugitives.
262 fugitives repatriated to China in 2012
Traditional toy makers in China say they are being hit hard on two fronts: a dramatic fall in exports and a huge rise in the popularity of electronic toys.
China is determined to pursue the internationalization of the renminbi on a market-oriented basis said Yi Gang, a vice governor of the central bank.
The maiden flight of the Y-20, China's first domestically developed heavy air freighter, marks a step in the country's goal of building a strategic air power.
Shanghai is expected to attract 150 more foreign multinationals' regional headquarters by 2020 — in addition to the 403 today.
Sansha authorities vowed to accelerate the construction of infrastructure and a series of projects that were expected to be finished this year.