The China Iron and Steel Industry Association has rejected international industry claims that a global glut in supplies is the direct result of robust growth in Chinese steel exports.
Smart Internet televisions are already storming the market and tearing away young users from mobile phones and tablets, industry experts say.
Sales growth in China's auto market will resume in 2016 after having stagnated since 2015, while automakers' margins will narrow due to fiercer competition.
For many consumers in Guizhou province, tequila is little more than an exotic liquor, best compared with the iconic local Chinese spirit Moutai.
Lady Pomegranate's Report, a public account on WeChat, has been running for two and a half years, and has cultivated 1 million followers, averaging around 200,000 hits daily.
China's big three telecom carriers find themselves being squeezed after rolling out high-speed 4G technology.
Telecom's Shanghai center is starting to produce online businesses while its rivals roll out new plans to boost shrinking revenue.
The China Association for Science and Technology published four standards for industrial robots, the first for China's robotics industry.
Coal output in China, the world's largest coal producer, continued to decline in the first ten months of 2015, as the impact of clean air and renewable energy policies began to weigh on the industry.
Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday met with Slovenia Prime Minister Miro Cerar in Suzhou, East China, and told him China was interested in the Port of Koper renovation project.
Argentina's accords with China on building two nuclear plants in the South American country represent a "historic opportunity" for the Latin American nation, a leading energy think tank said.
China and Estonia vowed to deepen their cooperation in areas including infrastructure construction, information technology and tourism.
Six vertical and transversal high-speed railways will be built during the 13th Five-Year Plan period, according to railway industry insider.
No country in the world delivers more packages than China thanks to booming e-commerce, but a recent report revealed that many goods are not properly packaged when being delivered.
The country invested $89 billion in clean energy in 2014, the largest among 55 nations surveyed, reflecting its commitment to a low-carbon future.
PetroChina Co and its State-owned parent are planning to sell assets before the end of the year that may include stakes in pipelines and refineries.
Cosmetic surgery industry will be valued at $62.6 billion by the end of this year and is expected to double in size by 2019.
A conference to promote the development of the Internet of Things will be held in China next June.
Capacity cuts and restructuring of China's steel industry will be accelerated in the coming year thanks to weak domestic demand.
Much remains to be done to transform the Made-in-China brand abroad, as manufacturers continue their struggle to climb the global value chain.