Hardly a day goes by without news of another foray by Chinese companies into overseas markets.
A policy of peaceful development is at the core of China's vision of its future and previous practices by other rising powers will not be repeated, according to a white paper.
Stress, long hours and an unhealthy lifestyle can have serious, even terminal, consequences.
Officials from China and the Republic of Korea (ROK) on Sept 6 signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the building of an industrial park in Southwest China's Chongqing city.
European countries struggling from the debt crisis could benefit from China's consumption stimulus, which would help European exporters, analysts said.
Vice-Premier Li Keqiang expressed the hope on Sept 6 that China and Japan would work together to promote the stable growth and the upgrading of bilateral trade and economic cooperation.
Vice-Premier Zhang Dejiang has called for more efforts to increase technological upgrading to improve industrial quality and enterprises' competitiveness.
China became the world's sixth largest applicant for international trademark registry this year, up one place from 2010, a deputy director general of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) said on Sept 6.
Having re-established pre-crisis growth trends, the world's developing economies could now be affected by recession in the developed countries where economic revitalization is slowing.
The global debt crisis presents opportunities for Chinese companies planning to invest overseas amid enticing prospects for outbound direct investment (ODI), the Ministry of Commerce said on Sept 6.
The growth rate of China's economy is likely to fall below 9 percent next year, pulled down by the deteriorating economic momentum of the largest developed countries.
The Chinese central government has added another 1.05 billion yuan ($164 million) in subsidies for subsoiler operations in major grain-producing regions, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) said Sept 6.