Negotiators from China, Japan and South Korea called for the conclusion of a comprehensive trilateral free trade agreement by the end of 2015.
As customers have turned to aspirational global brands or cheaper local firms, Li Ning has racked up heavy losses, losing four-fifths of its market value.
China's Ministry of Culture (MOC) and Ministry of Finance (MOF) will join forces to develop specific areas of the nation's cultural industry.
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The transition of the Chinese economy is reflected by the growing appetite for consumer products, which will mean increasingly heated competition in the management of the supply chain.
Evergrande Group launched three subsidiary companies on Monday in Arshaan, the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, to boost its business portfolio and sustain future development.
London property is widely seen as an ideal and profitable investment, but Chinese companies also need to pay attention to the potential risks.
German automaker BMW has further enriched its fleet of 3 Series models with the pre-launch of the 316 Li at Chengdu auto show.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has postponed the start of investor meetings for its initial public offering (IPO) by about a week, says Bloomberg.
Stein Erik Hagen believes that China will continue to play a critical role in the global economic transformation and spearhead green energy applications worldwide.