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Shanghai, San Francisco boost bilateral investment

[2015-05-06 09:23]

The sister cities of Shanghai and San Francisco are teaming up to boost business with each other.

Chinese companies demonstrate presence at OTC

[2015-05-05 11:30]

More than two hundred Chinese companies, big and small, participated in the annual Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston. The four-day conference, opened on Monday, is the world's foremost event for the development of offshore resources since its inception in 1969.

Wal-Mart to open 115 stores in China

[2015-04-30 09:05]

Wal-Mart Stores Inc, the world's largest retail outlet, is looking to increase its presence in China by opening 115 new stores over the course of the next three years, the company said.

Visa switch a boon for US hotels, resorts

[2015-04-29 14:07]

Changes to the United States' visa policies are attracting more Chinese tourists, including to lesser-known destinations, providing a boost for hotels, an industry expert has said.

Chinese firms need global vision: dean

[2015-04-28 11:03]

Chinese companies have to adopt a global perspective for their evolving role in international markets, the dean of the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business told China Daily on Monday.

China to overtake US in mobile gaming market

[2015-04-27 13:51]

With estimated annual revenue of $7.7 billion in 2016, China will likely surpass the US to become the world's largest mobile gaming market.

McDonald's to shutter 220 stores in China and US

[2015-04-25 07:43]

Analysts say customers have been slow to forget food scandals, one of which involved a major supplier of meat to fast-food companies.

The real Apple Watchon sale Friday in China

[2015-04-24 09:39]

Some Chinese have been buying knock-off versions of the Apple Watch, but on Friday they'll get a chance to order the real thing.

Seattle, Shenzhen sign, sign, sign

[2015-04-23 11:23]

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray welcomed Deputy Mayor of Shenzhen Tang Jie and a delegation of more than 60 business leaders at the Four Seasons hotel in downtown Seattle on Wednesday.

Chinese real estate investors may switch focus: Panel

[2015-04-22 09:43]

Chinese investors in US commercial property may switch their focus this year from buying newly constructed buildings to acquiring development projects, according to real estate executives.