Cross-Straits economic cooperation has a solid foundation and strong driving force, China's top political adviser, Wang Yang, said on Tuesday, calling for closer cooperation among companies across the Taiwan Straits to achieve mutual benefits.
The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country's top economic planner, along with 37 other government agencies, on Tuesday issued a joint memorandum on penalties for serious breaches of intellectual property rights (IPR).
U.S. carmaker Tesla said that currently it is still focusing on manufacturing its Model 3, which it is planning to bring to Europe and China in early 2019.
U.S. stocks plunged on Tuesday, with all three major indices erasing more than 3 percent, amid worries over inverted yield curve signaling a possible economic slowdown.
Foreign shipping companies will find it easier to establish wholly-owned subsidiaries in China thanks to a revised regulation due to take effect on Jan. 1, 2019.
China remains the top importer of Russian food products this year, according to one expert on Tuesday.
U.S. industry groups have welcomed the U.S.-China consensus on de-escalating bilateral trade tensions and working toward a mutually beneficial trade deal.
The American Soybean Association (ASA) on Monday welcomed the "positive" outcome from the weekend meeting between the U.S. and Chinese leaders in Argentina, calling for repairing the "damage done to our trade relations with China."
FAW Jiefang Automotive Co., Ltd, a truck subsidiary of China's leading automaker FAW Group, sold a record 299,273 Jiefang trucks in the first 11 months of 2018, the company said Tuesday.
The mainland will only open wider and wider to Taiwan, with ever-improving policies and services, according to top political advisor Wang Yang.
Bitcoin, the world's largest cryptocurrency, hit a low of 3,790.96 U.S. dollars on Monday, down by 8 percent, according to data from CoinDesk, a digital media and services company for the crypto asset and blockchain technology community.
The personal data of 30 million users of one of China's most popular dating apps is reportedly available online for just 200 yuan (30 U.S. dollars), in the latest example of the security challenges facing tech companies.
U.S. President Donald Trump's top economic adviser said Monday that the administration is planning to revoke federal tax credits for all electric vehicles, broadening the president's earlier threat targeting automaker General Motors (GM).
Shenzhen, a city in South China's Guangdong province, is the best place for doing business in China, according to a new report released by the Academy of Greater Bay Area Studies on Monday.
Taobao, Alibaba's customer-to-customer e-commerce site, is shaping up to become a hub for connecting designers, manufacturers and retailers through a dedicated platform that empowers each party with data-backed customer insights.
The China Small and Medium Enterprise Confidence Index rose to 54.7 in November from 54.5 in October, with the "credit environment index" rising by 2.3 percentage points to 52.8, indicating that China's policies to support financing of small and medium-sized enterprise (SMEs) are beginning to work, according to Standard Chartered Bank.
The nation's import and export volume by the middle of November exceeded last year's total by 15 percent according to China Customs, and experts said the government's continuous efforts to deepen reform and facilitate trade have paid off.
Tencent Music Entertainment, a leading online music platform in China, filed for an initial public offering (IPO) of up to 1.23 billion U.S. dollars with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday.
Chinese bond market regulators will conduct unified law enforcement in response to violations in the fast-growing market.
Shares in major Chinese fentanyl-related listed companies rebounded on the close of trading on Monday, after a slide earlier in the morning on news that China and the United States had agreed to enhance cooperation on law enforcement and to combat illicit drugs.
In the face of all kinds of challenges at home and abroad and increasing uncertainties, Premier Li Keqiang has called for efforts to expand reform and opening-up with firmness of purpose, build up growth momentum and stamina, and push forward high-quality development.
Some 286 overseas institutions have received quotas amounting to 100.56 billion U.S. dollars in the end of November under China's Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (QFII) program, up 300 million U.S. dollars from the end of October, official data showed.
China's top securities regulator issued approval to UBS to increase its shareholding in its securities joint venture to 51 percent, the first foreign bank to do so upon completing the transaction.
Nearly 100 million yuan ($14.43 million) of LeEco assets have been applied to be seized and frozen, the latest blow for the debt-laden Leshi Internet Information and Technology Corp.
Overseas sports brands are enjoying a golden age in China with the country's rapidly burgeoning sports sector fueling their business.
China is planning to scale up its pilot parallel-import program in free trade zones, as part of the country's efforts to offer customers more choices and open its automotive industry wider to the world.
Robust third-quarter sales growth in China and some key markets is making U.S. retail giant Walmart Inc upbeat about full-year earnings prospects.
Farmers in poverty-stricken areas of the Tibetan plateau in Southwest China have found ways to sell their crops and related products to customers worldwide, thanks to a newly built marketing system.
China's financial futures exchange said on Sunday it was further relaxing index futures trading rules-reducing margin requirements-cutting trading fees and allowing more trading activities.
Hunchun, which borders Russia and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, is 63 kilometers from the Port of Zarubino in Russia's Far East. The port has become a short cut for importing unpolluted, deep-sea marine products from the Kamchatka Peninsula.