China will encourage private equity funds to participate in mergers and acquisitions (M&As) to drive the healthy development of the country's fund sector, the top securities regulator said Monday.
China's special administrative region of Macao is expected to attract up to 35 million visitors this year. But with only a regional airport many tourists have to travel through Hong Kong or elsewhere on China's mainland. The new 55-kilometer-long Hong Kong-Zhuhai bridge and tunnel connecting the tourist hotspot to Hong Kong and Zhuhai is about to change all of that.
Businesses in Hong Kong are already eyeing the opportunities the bridge could bring.
Shanghai is excited for the CIIE. During the six-day expo, over 2,800 enterprises from 130 countries and regions will gather here to display and sell their products and services. How to better serve them has become a big challenge for the host city.
China's central bank continued to inject funds into the market on Tuesday to maintain liquidity. The People's Bank of China (PBOC) conducted 120 billion yuan (about 17.3 billion U.S.
A total of 97 Chinese companies have been punished and listed on the dishonesty list due to statistical data fraud since 2017, after the government intensified inspections on statistical law enforcement.
Travel website Mafengwo filed a defamation lawsuit on Monday after it was accused of copying reviews from competitors and fabricating 85 percent of reviews on its website.
More favorable policies are expected to be launched to underpin China's private sector in its time of need, analysts said on Monday.
The Chinese online literature market has risen rapidly in recent years thanks to wider internet access and the mass availability of smartphones.
Pledged-share risks are unlikely to spread as a systemic danger in China, as a result of government-backed funding support and market expectations of more supportive measures.
China is likely to revise laws to make it easier for listed companies to buy back shares, another policy measure to shore up market confidence after stocks declined more than 20 percent so far this year.
A new e-commerce law that takes effect on January 1 will require Chinese online traders to pay taxes on their transactions, bringing a shock to the sector but allowing it to develop in a sounder fashion, an expert said.
China's top legislature is considering a change of the intellectual property right (IPR) appeals procedure, which would hand the Supreme People's Court (SPC) cases that require more expertise.
YouTube has pledged investment to support EduTubers through the Learning Fund and plans to fund content from independent creators, traditional news sources and educational organizations to broaden its content offering.
After going through ups and downs in the past two years, the virtual reality market seems to be near the tipping point, with tech heavyweights and startups all making progress on hardware and software.
The first-ever China International Import Expo (CIIE), scheduled for Nov. 5-10 in Shanghai, will see the participation of over 130 countries and regions, and more than 2,800 companies. Here are some facts and figures about the event.
Chinese lawmakers began reviewing a draft amendment to the Drug Administration Law on Monday, which toughens penalties for offenders as the country cracks down on counterfeit drugs and better regulates the industry.
The government will do more to resolve the concerns of businesses identified during the State Council inspection tours, ensure full delivery of all pro-business policies and build a national Internet Plus regulation system to make government regulation smarter, more standardized and better targeted, as the State Council's executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang decided on Monday.
Chinese stocks surged Monday after policy makers moved to boost confidence in the stock market and pledged to enact measures to ensure its healthy development.
Yu Daqin, hailing from a family in a village of Guizhou province, wore clothing made by her mother when she was young, but this meant the occasional shortage of new clothes. Now, with a clothing business earning her more than five million yuan ($721,390) each year, she has solved her wardrobe problems — and many others'.
Nagoya-based Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. said Monday that multinational aerospace and transportation company Bombardier Inc.ANA Holdings Inc., one of the MRJ's first customers, has been told it will receive its order for the jet two years later than expected in 2020.
The original allegations claimed that Mafengwo employed people to copy and paste reviews, comments and blogs from rival online travel and leisure platforms like Ctrip and Meituan Dianping.
The Japanese government has decided to issue Facebook Inc. an order to improve the way it protects its users' personal data, sources in the government said Monday.
Online travel service platform Mafengwo denied that it had used copied user-generated content on its site after criticism in a social media report went viral.
The Beijing Real Estate Intermediary Association said it will hold companies accountable that jack up house rents despite pledges as an investigation is underway.
Mutual insurance product “Xianghubao”, jointly launched by Trust Mutual Life and Alibaba’s financial arm Ant Financial, has become hugely popular in China, attracting 3.3 million policy holders in three days.
Travel review website Mafengwo has come under fire after it was accused of copying users' comments from online travel operators or lifestyle services platforms by a we media on WeChat.
Mafengwo, a major SNS travel website in China, denied the accusation of "copying data from its competitors' database" on Monday, saying it is an organized attack.
China's central bank injected 120 billion yuan (about 17.3 billion U.S. dollars) of funds into the market on Monday through reverse repos to maintain liquidity.