High-ranking Chinese and US officials will meet twice a year for wide-ranging discussions on their economic relationship, the first such mec...
BEIJING, China (Reuters) -- Employees of U.S. retail giant Wal-Mart have set up their first trade union in China, a move analysts say could ...
What is a Pyramid Scheme?Pyramid schemes now come in so many forms that they may be difficult to recognize immediately. However, they all sh...
China's banking regulatory body has urged commercial banks to take measures to curb the increasing level of lending in the real estate sect...
AT&T Corp. will cut another 7,400 jobs and reduce the value of its assets by $11.4 billion, spurred by its
China recently issued its first national guideline on the clinical use of antibacterial medicines, China’s Health Min
The auto industry in China has great potential to increase in the next two decades alongside the nation’s steady econ
China pledged to deepen all-round Sino-French cooperation and lift bilateral trade relations to new heights, said Chin
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world’s largest retailer, said on Saturday it still anticipates a 2 percent to 4 percen
Cab driver Che Dianguang would have never imagined that he would become a newsmaker some day. The 42-year-old
The soaring property prices in China suggest the government's macro-control measures might fail to squeeze out the bub
New York’s glamorous Fifth Avenue remains the world’s most expensive shopping street, a report has found. The av
Chinese and German companies join hands German companies are showing great interest in cooperating with Chinese fir
Nike has reported its best-ever second quarter earnings, helped by strong demand for its athletic shoes and Converse s
Key economic policies mapped out for 2005 Further macro control and restructuring will top China’s economic agenda
Improving the representation of developing countries should be the priority of United Nations' reform, a Chinese e
Government rules out forming new energy ministry The top government decision-makers have basically ruled out th
Beijing Media, the Chinese mainland’s first media group company to list on an overseas stock exchange, made a robust