The surge in urban housing prices may end soon, as the latest industry data show weaker sales and price rises, according to specialists.
Compared with the Q1 growth rate of the nation's fiscal revenue, local governments' land sale revenue growth was nothing short of spectacular.
Individual Chinese investors and buyers for all kinds of reasons, including education, emigration and investment, are contributing to a very positive environment for the real estate market in the US.
The China Iron and Steel Association and the Metallurgical Council of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade will hold the 14th China International Metallurgical Industry Expo and the 10th China International Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Exhibition in Beijing from May 19 to 22.
The growth in property prices in China's major cities slowed further in March, with fewer cities posting a month-on-month increase, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.
The Yangtze Delta, China's entrepreneurial heartland, has been hit by a new surge in office vacancies.
China's high-end catering and food industries were hit hard in 2013 amid the country's anti-corruption and austerity campaigns.
After a few years of powering forward China's business aviation has started to slow burdened by insufficient support.
Home prices in major Chinese cities grew at a slower pace in March, with fewer cities reporting month-on-month price gains, the National Bureau of Statistics announced on Friday.
A quarter of top car-industry billionaires call China home, a list from Shanghai-based Hurun magazine that documents the life of the wealthy, showed.
The 2014 Jinjiang Footwear International Exposition will take place from April 18 to 21 in East China's Fujian province.
The Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau has launched a MICE promotion campaign in Shanghai to attract more travelers to Thailand.
Royal DSM, a global life and materials science company, put its food specialties world-class enzyme facility in Yixing, Jiangsu province, into operation on Wednesday.
China's finance and banking sector will have strong need for new jobs in the next few years as the country further pushes forward the financial reform.
Guangdong province, which accounted for nearly a quarter of China's foreign trade, recorded a 25.2 percent drop in imports and exports in the first quarter.
Food safety is raising eyebrows among the Chinese public once again, after a family-run workshop in east China was exposed to be selling duck blood made with banned additives.
More than half of the cities in the Yangtze River Delta region posted falling home prices during the first quarter, a report from a real estate consultancy showed.
The Chinese economy carried on with its restructuring and upgrading in the first quarter of the year despite the slowest expansion in 18 months.
China has started releasing a monthly nonferrous metals conditions index in a move to increase the nation's influence in setting global commodity prices.
China's coal producers saw a decline in both profitability and investment in overseas countries amid gloomy domestic demand and competition from imported coal.