A total of 560 million rail trips will be made during the upcoming two-month summer travel peak, up 55.5 million from one year earlier, the China Railway Corporation forecast on Thursday.
The value of United States hardwood exported to China rose 4.8 percent year-on-year to $520 million between January and April. That was thanks to China's fast-growing real estate and eco-friendly building materials markets, said the heads of US exporters.
China put forth a more comprehensive plan for further expanding the country's rail network at a State Council meeting on Wednesday, presided over by Premier Li Keqiang.
China's coal output fell 8.4 percent year on year to 1.34 billion tons during the first five months of the year, the top economic planning body said Wednesday.
China's Ministry of Commerce on Wednesday raised anti-dumping duties on imported photographic paper from two companies.
Over the past decades, China has had a good record in aviation safety while developing the industry at a high speed, the head of the UN specialized agency for civil aviation has said.
China's 16 listed banks have cut their dividend payouts for past year amid slowing net profit growth.
Information technologies and innovation are not only reshaping the landscape of manufacturing but changing the roadmap of the virtual financial sector.
The ARJ21-700, China's first home grown regional jet airliner designed and manufactured by Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, made its maiden flight on Tuesday from Chengdu, Sichuan province to Shanghai, in a flight operated by Chengdu Airlines.
Guangdong province, on Tuesday, with the aim to push forward technological innovation within the industry.
The Chinese insurance regulator said on Monday that insurers must improve their information disclosure on issues including capital source when it comes to equity investment in public companies.
Brexit is the last thing investment banks needed.
China will cut excess capacity in steel and coal as part of its economic structural reform, Premier Li Keqiang vowed as he addressed the opening of the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2016, or Summer Davos, in Tianjin on Monday.
With the car-hailing industry gaining in popularity, many are wondering if they need to buy their own cars.
International carmakers' profits in the Chinese market have plunged, with rising competition from local players forcing foreign auto giants to give heavy discounts, resulting in a loss of pricing power.
A senior auto expert called for China's fast-growing new-energy vehicle industry to decelerate, a rare move amid the government's campaign to stimulate the sector nationwide.
China plans to triple its annual production of industrial robots to 100,000 in five years to help promote high-end manufacturing.
Chinese officials are seeking to provide incentives to people to switch from ordinary cars to electric cars.
The explosive growth of new energy vehicle (NEV) sales in China is expected to push up demand for lithium batteries and lithium products over the next few years, analysts say.