Saturday, January 12, 2013
Frozen groupers from Taiwan with certificates of traceability are now being sold in China.
Friday, January 11, 2013
Total profits for China's biggest state-owned companies fell 6.9 percent in the first 11 months of 2012 as an economic slowdown deepened, the government reported Thursday.
China Airlines (CAL), Taiwan's largest carrier, began yesterday offering on-demand screening of a popular soap opera in a bid to attract younger customers.
China's trade surplus surged in 2012, but total imports and exports grew slowly owing to weakness at home and abroad, official data showed Thursday, while analysts warned of another tough year ahead.
Saturday, January 5, 2013
China yesterday imposed fines of 353 million yuan (US$56.7 million) on four Taiwanese and two South Korean flat panel makers, in an unprecedented legal action against price fixing for the country.
China fined South Korean and Taiwanese makers of LCD display screens US$56 million on Friday for price-fixing, joining the United States and Europe in a crackdown on the industry.
Hong Kong Airlines announced Friday it will end its services to Tokyo in January, after it suspended flights to Osaka last October, to “tighten” its focus on regional routes.
China's trade policies will become more open to boost its sluggish imports and exports this year, despite being set to miss its trade target for 2012, according to a senior official at a top government think tank.
China's home prices recorded their first year-on-year increase in nine months in December, an independent survey showed Friday, but it said a huge rebound nationally was unlikely.
Thursday, January 3, 2013
While e-commerce companies have plunged into ever-increasing competition in the Chinese domestic market, some are trying their luck outside China to find other ways to fuel growth.