With the National Day holiday (Oct 1-7) just around the corner, tourist industry chiefs on Wednesday voiced concerns that Hong Kong would continue to suffer from shrinking mainland visitors, after a brief rebound in July, to resume the past 12 months of dwindling numbers.
Private equity and venture capital investment in the telecommunications, media and technology sectors reached a new high in the first half of 2016, and the trend will continue in the second half.
China's national rail freight volume, an indicator of economic activity, declined in the first eight months of the year, the country's top economic planner said Wednesday.
The MOC said on Wednesday that it will impose anti-subsidy duties on distiller's dried grain from the United States by requiring importers to pay a cash deposit on purchases.
Over 600 million Chinese tourists will travel abroad in the next five years.
Qingdao-based Sino-German Ecopark, the only strategic cooperation park in China between the Chinese and German governments, has been pushing forward the standardization of energy-saving buildings domestically and internationally.
Trading in credit default swaps is unlikely to trigger a substantial correction in China's property market, economists said on Tuesday, saying that concerns that speculators would use credit default to short the market were unfounded.
China's industrial profits show positive changes in August thanks to policy-level efforts to reduce waste and also to a low base of comparison.
China's Ministry of Commerce on Tuesday expressed concern over Thailand's investigation into Chinese steel products and urged the country to be cautious and restrained in using trade remedy measures.
The central government asked for a concerted effort to lower logistical costs in an action plan issued by the State Council Monday.
They may be a white-collar worker returning home, a company salesperson, a hotel staffer, a stay-at-home dad, a factory owner or a construction worker, but now they are all driving for internet taxi services.
China's insurance regulator is strengthening norms to prevent insurers from turning into financing platforms of their major shareholders.
Chinese insurers are making overseas investments for steady returns and to prevent exchange rate risks, experts said.
According to CIRC data, total assets of China's insurance industry have more than doubled from 5 trillion yuan in 2010 to 12 trillion yuan in 2015.
Sales of China's three largest property developers have exceeded $29.98 billion so far this year, fueled by a huge housing boom.
Four six-square meter apartments sold this weekend in Shenzhen made a splash in the media, but the sales were later declared illegal due to unauthorized modifications made to the properties.
The first batch of homemade luxury cruise vessels will be built at the shipyard of Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding and the first delivery is expected in 2022, the China News Service reports.
China's Ministry of Commerce announced Monday that it will extend anti-dumping duties on US white-feathered broiler chickens for another five years, starting Tuesday.
Transaction volume of three large Chinese property developers reached $29.98 billion this year, fueled by a housing boom.
The supply-demand mismatch in China's coal industry has not seen a substantial change despite prices rebounding this year, an industry association said.