China's rapid economic growth is fueling growth in both energy usage and power demand, the two key components to China's development. The occasional power shortage is part of high economic growth
Higher electricity charges expec to hit business, export inflation
Resource-rich inland city is the center of unregulated lending
China's new-energy vehicle production capacity is expected to hit around 300,000 units by 2012.
Schneider Electric SA has agreed to pay $650 million for Leader & Harvest Technologies Holdings Ltd.
The price of solar power in China is expected to drop by 20 percent in the next five years as the country prepares to start large-scale application of the green energy source after 2015.
After snapping up iconic global automobile brands, Chinese automakers are now turning to Europe for their middle and higher-end human resource (HR) requirements, even as they expand aggressively in the world's largest automobile market.
VW, Mercedes buck sluggish auto trend with better sales
China Petroleum and Chemical Corp's Shengli Oilfield is expected to generate 20 percent of the company's total output value from the overseas market by the end of 2015.
Foreign PE companies keen on tapping growing market for renminbi funds
Harbin Electric Co Ltd will purchase four of GE's gas turbines with FlexEfficiency technology, to be used in district heating applications.
The Italian luxury real estate developer and fashion retailer RDM Group opened its first outlet store in China on Thursday.