Shuanghui Group, China's largest meat processor, said Monday that its production and sales, which had been affected by the clenbuterol scandal in March, had returned to normal.
Chinese railway signal maker Henan Splendor Science & Technology said on Monday its products were not involved in the train crash over the weekend that killed 38 people.
German leading specialty chemicals company Lanxess AG started the construction of its largest leather chemical plant in China in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, on Monday.
Great Western Minerals is teaming up with a Chinese rare earth producer to build a rare earth processing plant in South Africa, the company said on Monday.
China's Sinohydro Corp plans to issue up to 3.5 billion new shares in a Shanghai offering to raise 17.3 billion yuan ($2.68 billion), the China Securities Regulatory Commission said on Tuesday, adding it would review the application on Friday.
Samsung may have surpassed Nokia and Apple in smartphone sales on demand for devices that run on Android software.
Karl-Thomas Neumann, president and CEO of Volkswagen Group China, said last week that the German auto giant will for the first time sell more than 2 million vehicles in China this year, up from the 1.92 million sold in 2010.
With today's uncertainty in China's motorcycle industry, it seems Chongqing Lifan Holdings Co Ltd made the right moves when it began expansion overseas in 1998.
After a downturn in May, there were concerns that vehicle demand in China would continue to be sluggish in the months to follow.
China plans to set up strict regulations on pesticide use in response to nationwide concern about the safety of agricultural products.
The fatal train accident that occurred on Saturday night in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, has left many passengers uneasy about using high-speed rail services, especially during bad weather.
Seven people have been arrested and another detained after police traced the origin of a new variety of clenbuterol, an illegal additive found in pig's feed.