Consumer watchdog in South China's Guangdong province has blamed Apple Inc. for its unfair clauses provided to consumers in after-sale services.
US investors sued New Oriental and certain executives with violations of federal securities laws, according to an announcement on a US law firm's website.
Chicago continues its efforts to attract more Chinese investment.
Robert Lawrence Kuhn says the West often doesn't understand the Chinese leadership's key priorities for China, but there seems an exception.
A "candid, open and constructive" dialogue that will help deepen mutual understanding, was the verdict on the 17th annual China-US human rights talks.
The US and China should work toward positive and stable interaction in the Asia-Pacific region, not confrontation, a top military officer said.
After decades of search for lower costs, US manufacturers are finding that factories at home can compete with some low-cost countries.
His vision is a world that better understands China. His mission is to start with building bridges in the United States. Zhao Qiguang shares his dreams.
The WTO Dispute Settlement Body supports China in its claim against the US' anti-dumping measures on Chinese shrimp and diamond sawblades exports.
The US National Security Adviser Thomas Donilon will meet with Chinese leaders in talks analysts are describing as a "fire extinguisher" for the two countries.
Rising labor costs and cheaper US energy drive some companies back.
Metropolitan cities like Beijing and Shanghai are seeing a lot of wine-tasting events, organized by major wine-producing countries.