Chinese enterprises' overseas investments will be more sustainable as China and the United Nations have launched a campaign on sustainable development for China's endeavor of going global.
The Chinese units of a former meat supplier for McDonald's and KFC China have been fined more than US$3.6 million for selling expired meat in a fast food safety scandal that erupted two years ago.
International airports have become the new battlefield for the country's top internet companies as they gear up for over-seas expansion by providing Chinese outbound travelers with more e-wallet services.
China's skincare and make-up sectors registered strong growth of 12 and 10 percent respectively last year with South Korean and Japanese brands making up the lion's share of the increase, according to an industry report.
Chinese listed companies are chasing insurance licenses, hoping to gain low-cost capital amid the economic slowdown.
It's official. BlackBerry Ltd, the Canadian company that invented the smartphone and addicted legions of road warriors to the "CrackBerry", has stopped making its iconic handsets.
China set up an industry alliance for virtual reality (VR) on Thursday, in a move to accelerate the application of VR in entertainment, education and manufacturing.
The long-awaited Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect is expected to officially launch in early November, HKEx Chief Executive Charles Li Xiaojia said on Wednesday.
The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China's top economic regulator, has given green light to 10 major infrastructure projects with aggregate investment of 66 billion yuan ($9.89 billion) in September, according to a report by the Securities Daily on Thursday.
British retailers are expecting a sharp upturn in Chinese tourist spending next week as holidaymakers head to the UK during Golden Week.