The biggest iron-ore carriers ever built will be able to enter three Chinese ports, according to Vale SA (VALE3), the world's largest producer of the raw material used to make steel and owner of the vessels.
Airbus has steadily ramped up its fleet in China with its market share increasing from 7 percent in 1995 to 45 percent by the end of April. Its US rival, The Boeing Company, which had a 13-year head start in the country, still holds the rest of the market.
CSR Corporation Limited, one of China's two manufacturers of high-speed trains, is mulling over whether to apply for patents for its CRH380A train in the United States, a senior company technician said.
The price of directors and officers liability insurance (D&O) in China has gone up more than 20 percent this year, after a series of class-action lawsuits against US-listed Chinese companies pushed up risk-insurance premiums.
The German pharmaceutical and chemical producer Bayer AG has unveiled plans to double its sales in the Chinese market to 6 billion euros ($8.64 billion) by 2015, a top executive told China Daily on Wednesday in Shanghai.
Stocks on the Chinese mainland rose for a second day, capping the Shanghai Composite Index's longest winning streak in two weeks, on speculation this month's declines have been excessive given the outlook for economic growth.
Despite increasing funding constraints, foreign banks operating in China are still "surprisingly confident" about their prospects in the Chinese market. That's according to a report released by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) International Ltd.
For any company, pouring 100 billion yuan ($15.47 billion) into a fledging industry could be risky, according to Li Hejun, president of Hanergy Holding Group Ltd, a private Chinese power generator that is betting on a niche technology in solar cells.