China's long-awaited rare earth industry association is due to be established early next month and will cover the majority of companies in the industry chain, in the latest move to consolidate the ill-regulated sector.
Move to facilitate cross-border yuan clearance, improve trade settlement.
China's online gaming industry is recovering from a slump that started in 2010, and its market scale is expected to exceed 100 billion yuan ($15.9 billion) by the end of 2015, the Ministry of Culture said on Friday.
China's State Council plas to include more cities to levy property tax in 2012 after Shanghai and Chongqing were chosen as the first pilot cities a year ago.
Growing protectionism and slackening global demand will hurt the world's largest exporter.
The France-based Veolia Water, the largest water supply and treatment company in China, is facing fierce competition from Chinese rivals.
At the Sam's Club store in Beijing, customers are not waiting in line at the cashier counters.
Protecting the environment and the efficient management of resources were the factors that shaped China's rare earths policy.
China Mobile will strengthen its presence in the domestic broadcasting industry.
Chinese firms going abroad try to contribute to local development.
Japan announced on Tuesday that it has won Chinese authorities' approval to buy 65 billion yuan ($10.3 billion) in Chinese government bonds.
Citizens of Japan and South Korea have a less favorable view of Chinese companies and products than people in other economies.