A Chinese private investor rebutted assertions about a construction project it is conducting in Tbilisi, stressing that it complies with local regulations.
China remains the largest foreign creditor of the United States after it increased its holdings of US treasury bonds by $19.7 billion in December.
US hybrid carmaker is weighing several bids including a Dongfeng Motor's $350 million offer that would give the Chinese carmaker majority control.
ConocoPhillips received approval to resume production at the Penglai 19-3 oilfield off the northeast coast of China.
The US-based network equipment vendor Juniper Networks sees huge potential in the Chinese market and expects an above-industry performance.
China, the world's biggest market for automobiles, helped propel General Motors Co in the fourth quarter, although the US company posted a weaker-than-expected profit for the period.
US regulators have approved the $15.1 billion takeover of Canadian oil and gas company Nexen Inc by China's State-owned CNOOC Ltd.
China's combined export and import volume in 2012 still ranked behind that of the United States when using the same method to measure, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Wednesday.
The United States' sanctions on Chinese enterprises have harmed international trade order, China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Wednesday.
US regulators have approved CNOOC's $15.1-billion bid to buy Nexen Inc, a deal that will be the biggest overseas takeover made by a Chinese company.
The Chinese government has expressed strong opposition to US sanctions on a Chinese military defense firm and urged they be lifted immediately.
Aware of the transformative power of shale gas in the US, China is taking steps to incorporate 'unconventional' sources in its energy mix.