European programs are the new soldiers in the TV ratings war in China.
China is expected to replace Japan as the world's top consumer of luxury goods by 2012 due to its growing demand and the declining consumption in Japan, the World Luxury Association (WLA) said Thursday.
The yuan needs to be more freely convertible and widely used in global trade in order to be included in the special drawing rights basket of the International Monetary Fund, acting managing director of the IMF said.
More Chinese college graduates are finding jobs, with the employment rate back to the pre-crisis level and a significant rise in salaries, a latest survey shows.
Tourists from China are the biggest spenders in Australia, and they are likely to spend more in future, the Tourism Research Australia (TRA) report said on Thursday.
Beijing Capital International Airport on Wednesday invited Dr Kazuo Inamori, a Japanese management guru and CEO of Japan Airlines (JAL), as a management advisor.
Chinese workers now showing less interest in foreign employment.
China unveiled a nationwide development strategy based on regional environment and resource capacities, in a renewed bid to balance economic growth with natural conservation.
Tourists from selected cities on the Chinese mainland will be able to travel across the Taiwan Straits as individual tourists by the end of June, said a senior mainland negotiator on Wednesday.
The central government is requiring that compensation for properties reclaimed for demolition equal at least the market price to protect property owners' rights and interests and reduce related conflicts.
Very few billionaires don't play golf. David M. Rubenstein, The Carlyle Group's co-founder and managing director, however, is one of the very few.
As the second round of quantitative easing is about to end in the United States, economists say China's inflationary pressures will be eased.