Chinese hospitals have reported shortage of some cheap but essential medicines, due to alleged monopolies on raw materials.
The total money that Shanghai high net worth individuals have invested in life insurance takes up 15% of total life insurance premiums in China.
As China's economy stutters, growing numbers of diners on a budget are tapping into smartphone applications to snap up meal delivery deals.
Production of Beijing's first fully automatic subway trains has been finished.
Overcapacity in agricultural processing has slowed the industry's development, hurting investments, R&D, innovation and earnings, according to an industry leader.
One of the effects of Chinese herbal scientist Tu Youyou winning a Nobel Prize for medicine has been the rise in prices of traditional Chinese medicine-related stocks.
French industrial and medical gases maker Air Liquide has signed a new long-term contract with Yan'an Energy and Chemical Co, a subsidiary of Yanchang Petroleum Group.
As many as 7.4 million Chinese are expected to visit Thailand throughout this year, confirmed a high- level tourism official on Monday.
Dell Inc will buy data storage company EMC Corp in a deal valued at about $67 billion, the largest on record in the technology sector.
A typical private butler in a major luxury hotel can earn around $3,175 a month, which is more than triple the average salary in Beijing.
Implementation of the "Internet Plus" initiative in promoting the development of electronic commerce has become a trend and more innovative business models are seen in the area.
China's "golden week" saw domestic housing sales surge by 64.8 percent in floor space term, spurred by the government's easing policies.
China has almost realized the annual target for its affordable housing program.
The spending spree by Chinese tourists have boosted the Japanese economy by around 0.1%, a 20-year high.
China's forestry tourism has seen rapid growth with huge potential in the future.
AVIC International has been in Africa for 30 years and has diversified its businesses there to include infrastructure and livelihood projects.
When China's economy was growing in double digits, dairy farmers more than 9,600 kilometers away in New Zealand felt like they had won the lottery.
Liu Nan plans to quit her job as a secretary at a public institution in the Jiangsu provincial capital of Nanjing and open a bakery business later this year.
Major international groups are beefing up their operations in China as consumer demand in the bread and cake sector expands rapidly.
The Ministry of Transport recognizes the "positive role" of ride-hailing services, but warns of problems such as lack of protection for passengers' interests.