Investor Frans Broersen has been flying to North Korea for years with "bags full of money" and has returned with hundreds of works of art.
Alibaba Group's shares fell more than 10 percent early on Thursday, wiping more than $25 billion of market value after its third quarter revenue fell short of analysts' expectations.
Virtually every provincial-level government has lowered its growth target for this year, reflecting mounting downward pressure at the local level and providing further evidence that the central government will cut the national target to 7 percent.
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It is not easy to miss the massive complex in the Pearl River Delta city of Zhuhai that houses the headquarters of the State-owned Gree Electric Appliances Inc.
Although China's steelmakers saw a big rise in profits last year, the industry still has overcapacity problems that have dragged prices to record lows.
China added a record 17 million new cars on the road in 2014 as car ownership reaches 154 million, said the Ministry of Public Security on Tuesday.
A new survey has found that most WeChat users are not happy with the ads service that's been added to the Moments function.
Aston Martin Lagonda (China) named Michael Mingshan Peng as its new President on Tuesday.