Leading European economists have urged the European Union not to go overboard on protectionist measures against China's competitive steel exports.
The new taxation rules for goods bought through cross-border e-commerce platforms that became effective on April 8 have drawn mixed responses from players in the sector.
But while China may be the global leader in e-commerce, online sales actually only contribute to about 11 percent of the total retail sales in the country, based on findings by global information company Nielsen.
China's iron and steel industry has reached a crossroads after having ridden both the wave of export growth and the boom in domestic housing market for more than two decades.
China's top economic planner has approved two transport projects that will cost a combined 54.69 billion yuan ($8.35 billion).
Plans have been unveiled for a groundbreaking virtual-reality theme park where visitors can find themselves immersed in a world living with aliens, riding UFOs and fighting dragons.
Officials in Tianjin said they expect high-end, modern manufacturing to account for 70 percent of output at the city's flagship industrial region, the Tianjin Binhai New Area, by 2020.
A Chinese consortium has agreed to buy an initial 70 percent stake in Italian Series A soccer club AC Milan, with negotiations continuing over the sale of the remaining 30 percent, a person familiar with the talks told China Daily.
China said it will safeguard the interests of its steel producers by appealing to the World Trade Organization after the US launched an investigation of Chinese companies for alleged price-fixing.
China will safeguard the interests of its steel producers by appealing to the World Trade Organization after the United States launched an investigation of Chinese companies for alleged price-fixing, the Ministry of Commerce said on Friday.
China "resolutely opposes" a probe by the US International Trade Commission (USITC) into complaints of price fixing by Chinese steel companies, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce said on Friday.
China's property developer - Country Garden Holdings Company has been exploring possibility to build a high-end town in Cambodia.
China was adjudged the most attractive export market for food and beverage companies, according to a study published Thursday.
Chinese listed property companies' investment in real estate in 2015 registered the slowest growth in 17 years, according to China Securities Daily.
China's booming cross-border ecommerce space is creating an exciting new market for logistics providers to compete fiercely with each other to transport goods from foreign retailers to Chinese consumers.
Four of the world's 10 largest banks are from China, while the US has only two, according to rankings from S&P Global Market Intelligence.
China will raise retail oil prices from Thursday to adapt to warming global markets, the country's top economic planner announced.
The central leadership has issued a new plan to revitalize the economy in the northeast, which has long been hampered by a lack of reform.
President Xi Jinping pledged firm action on economic restructuring as he visited Northeast China's Heilongjiang province from Monday to Wednesday.
O2O investments by China's three Internet titans, namely Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent, collectively known as "BAT," have begun to contribute to revenue growth.