With disputes in the South China Sea flaring up in recent weeks, July may be a critical month for discussions on the issue.
Microsoft will provide English-language results from its Bing search engine on Baidu "within this year".
After overtaking McDonald's Corporation in the number of its outlets globally, US fast food giant Subway now aims to more than double the figure in China over the next five years.
China's exuberant property market will not collapse, because prices are supported by brisk economic growth, according to a US property developer.
With the increasing interest shown by Internet users in games, PopCap Games Inc, a United States-based game developer and publisher famed for its popular game Plants versus Zombies (PvZ), sees a rosy future in China.
Everybody's been ragging "Tiger Mom" Amy Chua for so long that it's just not fun anymore. The Wall Street Journal did it.
PepsiCo Inc, the world's second-largest food and beverage company, will continue its investment in China's agricultural sector.
Three key rules on indigenous innovation for government procurement, which have come under fire from foreign companies for being discriminatory, were scrapped on Friday.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) Corp, the world's largest PC maker by shipment volume, announced its expansion plans for China on Wednesday.
A Chinese military spokesman said Wednesday that Mike Mullen, chairman of the United States Joint Chiefs of Staff, will visit China from July 9 to 13.
XO Group, a wedding planner website company based in the United States, is positioned to capture a slice of the lucrative matrimony market in China.
The Philippines and the United States launched regular naval exercises close to the South China Sea, showcasing the US' high-profile military presence in the region at a sensitive time