China is expected to overtake Germany this year to become the world's third-largest entertainment and media market with spending hitting $96 billion, according to a report published by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) on Tuesday.
Foreign investors recorded the biggest increase among the various financing channels for Chinese property developers in the first five months of this year as they bet on better investment opportunities amid the country's tightening real estate policies.
China's inflation rebounded in May to its highest level in nearly three years, at 5.5 percent.
Dutch company shifts focus from mature to fast-growing markets
Unilever PLC, the world's second-biggest consumer goods company, plans to increase its business in China to as much as five times its current level, Asia chief Harish Manwani said.
50 percent of sales for housing company from business abroad
China's money growth slowed to a 30-month low in May and banks extended fewer new loans than expected.
Nation to fast-track construction of coal-fired power generating plants
Nearly 30 percent of employers planning to increase their work force and more than half intending to keep their payrolls unchanged.
Chinese companies appear to be taking much more aggressive steps than their foreign counterparts to embrace the Internet as a sales channel.
Consumers may not be familiar with DEHP by either of its chemical names, bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate or di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, but they have quickly recognized its initials.