China's investment in new infrastructure such as 5G networks and data centers may reach 17.5 trillion yuan (about 2.47 trillion U.S. dollars) for the 2020-2025 period as local regions ramp up spending in the sector, Shanghai Securities News reported Thursday.
The Nasdaq-listed Chinese internet search giant Baidu "is not so worried" about the U.S. government's tightening measures on foreign companies' listing on the U.S. exchanges and is discussing internally on re-listing in other areas, including Hong Kong.
The rising number of single people in China will spur new consumption and may become a major consumption power in the future, a recent report by Nielsen said.
Overseas Chinese supermarkets are gradually reopening as local governments begin easing lockdown measures amid the coronavirus pandemic, yet the businesses must find new ways to survive due to a lack of goods and employees.
Hong Kong-based plant-based meat substitute company OmniFoods announced two products on Monday, the OmniPork Luncheon and OmniPork Strip, eyeing to tap the growing demand for plant-based meat products in Asia.
Swiss food giant Nestle announced an additional investment of 730 million yuan (about 102 million U.S. dollars) Wednesday to strengthen its business operation in China.
The poll shows 84 percent of Canadian companies doing business with China reported a hit from COVID-19, but China's quick recovery is bringing some optimism.
China's banking and insurance regulator has started a formal investigation into Bank of China Ltd's recent loss on a crude oil futures trading product, the Beijing-based Financial News said on Wednesday.
China should uphold the industrial internet as a national strategy and devise a series of systems and mechanisms to accelerate its implementation.
Luckin Coffee Inc's potential delisting from the Nasdaq is unlikely to be a major hindrance for other Chinese firms that are seeking overseas listings, a leading global investment bank said.
China's service outsourcing industry sped up its recovery from the novel coronavirus epidemic in April, data from the Ministry of Commerce showed on Wednesday.
China's industrial development is expected to rebound in the second quarter but still needs some time to get back on track due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the country's top industry regulator on Wednesday.
The head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday warned against "reshoring" too much production from China, saying that there should be a "huge place" in the American economy for the global supply chain.
China Mobile has made a strong push into the virtual reality sector, with a string of measures to support development of VR content and VR hardware.
China has adopted a series of measures to help its micro, small and medium-sized companies hit by the COVID-19 outbreak resume production, Miao Wei, minister of industry and information technology, said at a press conference on Wednesday.
About 91 percent of China's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) had resumed operation as of Monday after disruptions caused by COVID-19, official data showed.
A Guangzhou-Russia freight train carrying 41 containers arrived Tuesday in Baiyun District of Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province. It is the first freight train to come back since the opening of the China-Europe freight train in Guangzhou in August 2016.
Chinese coffee chain retailer Luckin Coffee announced at Tuesday night that the company has received a delisting notice from Nasdaq, and it plans to hold a hearing on this issue, Sina Finance reported.
China highly values artificial intelligence (AI) development and injects big in developing a new generation of AI technologies, an official from the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) said at Tuesday's press conference.
The People's Bank of China (PBOC), the country's central bank, skipped open market operations via reverse repos Wednesday.
China is likely to announce a slew of reform measures to facilitate the development of private enterprises at the upcoming annual session of the top legislature.
Buoyed by the successful reopening of the Shanghai Disneyland since the novel coronavirus outbreak, theme park operators in China are accelerating efforts to cash in on the growing visitor enquiries and ticket bookings.
China will inject more funds into transportation infrastructure and push forward the development of self-driving technology to build national strength in transportation.
China will continue to fortify quality control over exports of medical supplies and severely punish those who ship counterfeit and inferior goods as part of its ongoing efforts to better support the global battle against the COVID-19 outbreak.
China is one of a few large economies expected to expand and substantially contribute to global GDP growth in 2020 and 2021, said the authors of a latest report jointly issued by Oliver Wyman and Silk Road Associates.
Apple has updated its trade-in service in China to include used Android phones. The scant reimbursement offered for Android phones have caused uproar among users.
China's shadow banking sector has shrunk over the past three years as regulators scaled up deleveraging in an effort to keep the sector from bubbling over, the country's top banking authority said on Tuesday.
China has been taking proactive measures to push forward the research and application of self-driving technology, which will provide strong technological innovation support for building a comprehensive modern transport system.
Tesla's China factory is expanding by opening online recruitment for its manufacture workshop on Monday, while the majority of its plants in the world remained shutdown to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Transport authorities are speeding up work resumption and channeling investment to boost infrastructure construction in the transport sector, the top transport official said on Tuesday.