Business / Industries

China produces more cigarettes

[2014-07-29 10:14]

Chinese cigarette producers made more cigarettes even with fewer tobacco farms in the first half of 2014.

Ministry urges 'prudent' US stance in solar rows

[2014-07-29 03:37]

The comment followed a preliminary decision by the US Commerce Department on Friday to extend punitive duties on Chinese solar products.

China releases geoinformation industry plan

[2014-07-28 20:40]

China sees the geoinformation industry as a new source for economic growth and plans to establish a comprehensive industry system with independent intellectual property rights by 2020.

Biggest gold deposit found in Xinjiang

[2014-07-28 20:40]

Hundred tons of gold deposit has been discovered in Wuqi, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, said on Monday.

Guiyang starts the methanol automobile pilot work

[2014-07-28 20:40]

Ministry of Industry and Information recently approved southwest China's Guizhou province to carry out methanol automobile pilot work.

Robots rise in Chinese manufacturing

[2014-07-28 20:40]

Industrial robots are assuming more and more prominence in China as the country's manufacturing industry is stymied by a severe worker shortage and soaring labor costs.

China's investment in Australian tourism set to surge

[2014-07-28 20:40]

The number of Chinese tourists is expected to double over the next six years, leading to a surge in Chinese investment in the local tourism industry.

No plan to ease property curbs in Beijing

[2014-07-28 20:39]

Beijing is not planning to ease its restrictions on acquiring residential properties as many local governments are trying to boost the market.

Culinary art packs a soft power punch

[2014-07-28 20:37]

The point is, given the popularity of Chinese restaurants in the West, China can use its cuisine as a key element of its soft power.

'Liquid gold' set to gain more customers in China

[2014-07-28 20:37]

According to statistics from the International Olive Council, the volume of olive oil consumed by China has grown rapidly, from 14,700 tons in 2009 to 43,400 tons in 2013, an increase of 195 percent.

Milking success with Chinese products in Africa

[2014-07-28 20:37]

When Chinese consider milk products they often look to overseas imports. In Nigeria it is to China that many people look to quench their thirst for milk-based products.

Local brands losing traction

[2014-07-28 20:37]

As foreign brands build more low-priced models at their local joint ventures, Chinese carmakers are feeling the squeeze.

Developers placing bets on casinos overseas

[2014-07-28 20:36]

Chinese real estate companies are looking to invest in overseas casino projects as the sluggish property market at home loses steam and witnesses a decline in profits.

China's coal inventories rise, losses widen

[2014-07-26 16:27]

China's coal producers faced greater inventories in the first half of the year as an economic slowdown and lingering oversupply continued to weigh down the sector, according to data from the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).

Telecom operator woos 4G subscribers with more data

[2014-07-26 16:25]

Beijing Mobile, a provincial-level branch of China's largest telecom operator China Mobile, sharply increased data streams for its 4G packages on Saturday without increasing prices.

US sets preliminary dumping margins on China's photovoltaic products

[2014-07-26 15:23]

The US Commerce Department on Friday set preliminary dumping margins on imported photovoltaic products from China, signaling that it may impose punitive duties on the products.

Foreign ownership rules to ease on fund management firms

[2014-07-26 09:30]

Controls are about to ease on foreign ownership of domestic fund management firms to promote the opening up of the financial sector, the China Securities Regulatory Commission said on Friday.

Declining demand from China hurts Louis Vuitton in Q2

[2014-07-26 09:30]

Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy has seen a drop in demand from Chinese buyers in its home market and overseas, the French fashion, spirits and cosmetics group said on Thursday after posting below-forecast second-quarter sales and profits.

Human-robot technology takes quantum leap

[2014-07-26 09:24]

Robots designed by the University of Science and Technology of China amazed the audience and won the championship for the first time at the RoboCup, which concluded on Friday in Joao Pessoa, Brazil.

Private banks get go-ahead

[2014-07-26 03:35]

China has approved the establishment of three private banks, a landmark effort for the government to open up the State-controlled financial market.

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