Chinese regulators may be able to again approve new nuclear projects within six months, a senior government official said on Tuesday.
Stocks on the Chinese mainland fell to their lowest level in more than two years on Tuesday.
Sohu.com Inc, one of China's largest Internet portals, plans to double the number of people working for its online-search unit next year.
The present trend can be traced back to the latter half of 2010 as shipping companies across the world started using larger vessels.
It's still too early for Chinese shipbuilders to complain of a bad year, but they are likely to have reason to.
With China's export growth continually decelerating and possibly falling to zero next year, the government is set to take action to prevent further declines.
The quickly increasing overseas demand for yuan will have little effect on the Chinese mainland's financial industry because of the modest amount of the currency that is in...
Chinese banks are still trying to lend as much as possible, which is likely to lead to more non-performing loans, said a source close to government decision-makers on Monday....
China Petrochemical Corp, the country's biggest oil refiner, has signed a deal to increase its stake in the coalbed methane producer Australia Pacific LNG Pty Ltd (APLNG) to...
China's share of the world's total exports might decline for the first time in 16 years in 2012 because of weaker world demand and a stronger yuan.
Users give the impression they can afford to shop at stores selling luxury brands.
Turning 30 is cause for a big party, so when Chang Jie celebrated his 30th birthday at a karaoke bar in Beijing recently, cases of 2009 Chateau Lafite were in high demand.
Multinational companies are now seeking local funds to grow in China.
Stalled talks mean the country will still have to wait for membership.
Leaders may shift focus to economic growth as level of inflation declines.
An aspiring journalist turns a new page in his career to become managing director of Tourism Australia.
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