Friday, January 9, 2015
Japanese gaming giant Sony said Thursday it will delay the launch of its PlayStation consoles in China, originally scheduled for Sunday, but gave no specific reason.
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
German carmaker BMW has agreed to offer 5.1 billion yuan (US$818 million) in subsidies to its Chinese dealers to help make up for losses from slowing sales, Bloomberg news agency reported Monday.
China has abolished price controls on tobacco leaf, the last agricultural product to have limits, the country's top economic planner said as authorities seek to give the market a greater economic role.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro begins a trip to China and OPEC member countries late Sunday in search of financial support as his country reels from falling oil prices and a tattered economy.
Saturday, January 3, 2015
The taste for high-end tea has been drying up this year, as prices have been under pressure from the government's austerity drive and anti-graft campaign in addition to a slowing economy.
More than 100 overseas brands, including some of Europe's leading supermarkets, are waiting in the wings to set up stores on Tmall Global, the online retail site owned by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
Alibaba was just the beginning. Get ready to hear a lot more about Chinese tech companies.
China's medical equipment industry is to enter rapid development in the next five to 10 years, boosted by a rapidly aging population, the government's supportive policies and improvement in manufacturing capability, according to Cai Tianzhi, .......................
Friday, January 2, 2015
China's box office sales surged 36 percent in 2014, state-run media reported Thursday, as the world's second-largest film market after the United States added thousands of screens.
Thursday, January 1, 2015
A Chinese-developed passenger plane has been certified by the country's aviation regulator, clearing the way for the ARJ21 regional jet to fly domestic routes, the manufacturer and state media said.