Nissan's joint venture with Dongfeng Motor plans to invest 50 billion yuan and double its annual sales over the next five years.
Huaibei Mining Group Co Ltd, one of the 13 national coal production bases in China, said it will complete its domestic initial public offering to raise 8.5 billion yuan ($1.3 billion) by the end of 2011.
Tibet Airlines Co Ltd (TAC) took to the skies on Tuesday, as the highest region of China prepares to welcome more domestic and international visitors.
Baidu Inc, China's biggest search engine, will deepen investment in its online video arm Qiyi.com Inc, in a move to fuel future growth outside its core search business.
Statistics show the number of citizens in Beijing using private vehicles as their primary means of daily transport decreased for the first time in recent years after the city raised parking fees in April.
Chinese economists believe that a US debt default is unlikely, but they warned that the US government should reduce excessive expenditures and avoid a deeper economic crisis.
Faced with a slowdown in the nation's real estate sector, some cash-rich Chinese are looking overseas for bargains.
China's offshore financial assets rose 7 percent in the year to March to $4.4 trillion, primarily propelled by rising foreign-exchange reserves.
Stocks advanced on the Chinese mainland, lifting the benchmark index from a one-month low.
Air travel demand between China and the United States will remain strong despite worries about economic weakness in both countries.
General Electric Co's healthcare sector will move its X-ray global headquarters to Beijing from the US.
Haitong Securities has become the latest underwriter to be left holding a big portion of a public share placement in China's domestic market, highlighting the risks bookrunners face in increasingly difficult conditions.