China will carry out a special campaign to check potential safety problems of high-speed trains this year, the country's work safety supervision authorities said.
China's airlines are not allowed to pay a charge on carbon emissions imposed by the Europe Union, and neither to hike freights nor to add other fees accordingly in absence of government permission, the Civil Aviation Administration of China said.
The China Electricity Council (CEC) said Friday that China will face tightened supplies of electric power this year, with a shortage estimated to reach up to 40 million kilowatts.
Net sales of the Swedish Volvo group in 2011 reached a record high level of 310.3 billion Swedish kronor ($46 billion), up 17.2 percent compared to 2010.
In the week following Spring Festival, online retailers and delivery services were overwhelmed by a flood of orders from customers unable to access certain virtual stores due to holiday closures.
The pace of expansion in China's non-manufacturing sector weakened, dragged down by the cooling housing market, indicating an economic slowdown.
China has mapped out a plan for the petrochemical industry that will see the country form as many as four refining bases in the coastal regions.
It took nearly 20 minutes for Ruan Ruyi to get lunch at a fast food restaurant in downtown Guangzhou on Friday.
China's Ministry of Health (MOH) on Friday issued a regulation to standardize infant formula for children with congenital diseases.
China will continue its policy of opening-up to the outside world and encourage its enterprises to participate in equal competition in that process.
Premier Wen Jiabao said on Friday that China has neither the intention nor the ability to buy up Europe.
FAW Group Corp, China's second-largest auto manufacturer by sales, aims to sell three million vehicles this year, said Xu Jianyi, the group's chairman on Thursday.