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BYD says that it will cut the prices of its five auto models, China Business News (CBN) reported on Feb 18, 2011.
F3 model cars made by BYD Auto Co Ltd (BYD) received a score of zero in two crash tests, according to data from China-New Car Assessment Program (C-NCAP), Shanghai-based National Business Daily (NBD) reported Thursday.
China is close to clinching a top-level post at the International Monetary Fund, IMF sources said on Wednesday after the Fund's new chief pledged to give more power to emerging economies.
When Chen Jinya joined Alcoa China on the first day of 2007, he expected he would be able to build a bridge between East and West.
Fresh from the recent disappointment of its Olympic team failing to qualify for next year's London Games, the Chinese Football Association (CFA) launched a huge salvage campaign on Sunday by reaching a multi-million-dollar deal with a domestic company to support a new youth development program.
With the increasing interest shown by Internet users in games, PopCap Games Inc, a United States-based game developer and publisher famed for its popular game Plants versus Zombies (PvZ), sees a rosy future in China.
Xi Guohua has been appointed as the Party secretary and vice-chairman of China Mobile Communications Corp, which analysts said will add momentum to the development of homegrown fourth generation (4G) mobile technology.
Using her talent in design and fashion, Hu Xinying opened a balloon-decoration store, the first of its kind in the capital, in 2009, creating stunning balloon designs for weddings, birthday parties or other romantic occasions.
The winning bidder's willingness to set a record for lunch with Warren Buffett is the latest proof of the glamour of the billionaire investor, as businesspeople are keen to boost their images by building connections with Buffett.
Very few billionaires don't play golf. David M. Rubenstein, The Carlyle Group's co-founder and managing director, however, is one of the very few.
Known as "Brother Nic" in many Chinese cosmetology websites, Peng is a respected skincare expert on the Chinese mainland. His main job is to attend various launches and business meetings as a beauty adviser.