Former US presidents Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton are all familiar with Allen Edmonds, or more particularly, its black-toecapped leather shoes. The high-end shoe manufacturer, based in the state of Wisconsin, is now hoping the rest of China can look similarly stately.
Some of China's best-known brands plan to double sales in the United States over the next few years.
China's Ministry of Commerce called an end to an anti-dumping investigation over a certain kind of animal fodder imported from the United States.
The US may get more Chinese investment as Europe remains mired in debt problems, but domestic enterprises should remain alert to potential risks.
China's group-buying company LaShou Group Inc on Tuesday withdrew its initial public offering plan from the US stock regulator amid market stagnation.
Chinese IT giant Tencent Holdings Ltd announced it was acquiring a minority stake in Epic Game Inc, a US-based three-dimensional gaming developer.
At the recent World Wide Developers Conference organized by Apple, Eric Jou discovers a Chinese winner.
China and the United States are strengthening ties in reducing carbon emissions through new agreements involving energy efficiency cooperation.
Apple Inc is embracing Chinese developers in a bid to increase its market share in China.
Chinese buyers have become the second largest group of foreign buyers in the US real estate market after the Canadians.
China won a WTO ruling against US anti-dumping duties' calculation on shipments of diamond saw blades and frozen warm-water shrimp from China.
An eight-member delegation from Zhangjiagang led by Xu Meijian, secretary of the Party’s Municipal Committee, visited Silicon Valley to discuss their city’s biotech, alternative-energy, semiconductor, and advanced manufacturing industries.