Commerce administrators in Shanghai have vowed to strengthen the city's position as an international commerce center during the 12th Five-Year Plan period (2011-2015).
Fujitsu Ltd aims to at least double its revenue from China in three years. The Japanese technology giant is planning to increase the proportion of revenue earned in overseas markets and to join the growing number of technology companies developing cloud-computing services.
Lenovo's launch of a video game console in China this year could throw into question the country's decade-old ban on the devices and might eventually open the $5.8 billion Chinese gaming market to Sony Corp and Microsoft Corp.
China has established the first State-level investment fund targeting the cultural industry as part of its effort to develop the sector.
The Chinese nuclear industry is developing rapidly and the experience it is gaining provides Chinese companies opportunities to invest in the United Kingdom, a UK expert said.
When Chen Jinya joined Alcoa China on the first day of 2007, he expected he would be able to build a bridge between East and West.
Aluminum production increased year-on-year in the first quarter of 2011, both in China and in the rest of the world.
The central government has approved plans for an energy industry "golden zone" .
China's securities regulator has tightened its approval requirements for initial public offerings by companies in industries seen as having a high risk of financial irregularities, including restaurants and chain stores, industry sources told Reuters.
Stocks on the Chinese mainland fell for the first time in three days on speculation bank loans to local government borrowers will hurt profit and the European debt crisis may worsen.
Temasek Holdings Pte raised HK$28.2 billion ($3.63 billion) selling stakes in China Construction Bank Corp and Bank of China Ltd.
China is likely to appeal a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling against curbs introduced on the exports of raw materials.