The China Securities Regulatory Commission launches campaign to stop illegal trading activity, including futures market manipulation.
Export duties on rare earths will be eliminated on May 1, a move that analysts said would stimulate China's exports of the limited resource.
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After decades of rapid growth, China is trying to further opening up and integrate into the global economy using its Belt and Road Initiative.
Buoyed by the strong, sustained demand for its meat products in China, the United States-based Hormel Foods Corp is looking to further expand investment in the nation.
Hollywood producers are trying to knit more Chinese elements into their blockbusters by filming on location in China and featuring Chinese stars.
A Pateo concept car is seen during the 16th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition, also known as Auto Shanghai 2015, in Shanghai, April 20, 2015.
Lenovo, China's leading personal computer maker, began recalling a large amount of defective batteries for its ThinkPad laptops in China on Tuesday.
Charles Phillips, chief executive officer of the New York-based Infor, said that his company is at a critical point in its development as it seeks ways to sustain growth.