TCL Corporation signed a series of business contracts worth a total of $300 million with Italian manufacturers and distribution partners.
Railway experts have called on local governments along the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed rail line to stop jeopardizing the landmark project by drawing underground water.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) on Wednesday issued draft rules of a nationwide registration system for people with access to privileged information of listed companies.
Tencent will share its 670 million users via a series of open platforms in the hope of creating a 20 billion yuan ($3 billion) business enjoyed together with partners and third-party developers.
The world's supply of rare-earth minerals will outstrip demand within five years, reversing global reliance on China's exports as more foreign players begin exploration of their own, industrial executives said.
Highway fees become major source of income for governments, reports Gao Changxin in Shanghai.
A list of the unique features of Chinese luxury travelers is outlined in a report released on Tuesday that helps international luxury travel providers understand the country's luxury consumers.
For more than 3,000 years, chopsticks have been the quintessential Chinese dining tool. Now, millions of chopsticks are getting a "made in the United States" label, as a Georgia factory churns out utensils that will be exported to China.
The Ministry of Commerce sends an annual delegation to Africa, seeking opportunities for economic and trade cooperation. This year, the delegation was the biggest ever, and the 50-strong team included representatives of major State-owned and private companies from a range of industries.
Alibaba is in talks with Yahoo and softbank about compensations for a major transfer of interests.
Although China's consumer inflation hit a 34-month high in May, analysts predict that the frequency of further tightening measures will slow in the second half, as commodity prices ease and economic activity declines.
Inflation hit a 34-month high in May, forcing the government to continue its tightening of monetary policy while raising concerns over a slowdown in the economy.