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  • China-EU Summit: Green Growth in a Safer World

    A recent report by China's Ministry of Commerce has noted that foreign investment into China for the period of January to October 2013 experienced an increase of 5.77 percent compared with ...

  • China’s Job Market Faces ‘Mismatch’ in Skills

    China's manufacturing sector, which relies heavily on assembly-line workers, is finding that young people moving into the job market are unwilling to apply for factory jobs, even though they ...

  • Forbes Lists China’s Wealthiest People

    Every year American business magazine Forbes compiles lists in a range of categories, including who the World's most rich and powerful people are. Among these recently released compilations ...

  • New Vehicle Sales Soar in China

    With the third quarter of 2013 complete, car sale statistics reveal that Ford Motor Company is gaining ground in China. With sales of 647,849 vehicles in the first nine months of the year - ...

  • Shanghai Free-Trade Zone Approved

    As the first of its kind in mainland China, the Shanghai Free-trade Zone will occupy 28.78 square kilometers of the city's Pudong New Area, incorporating the Yangshan port and Waigaoqiao ...

  • Rare Earth Element Exports and Stocks Increase

    Statistics reveal that China produces up to 97 percent of the world's rare earth elements (REE) which are essential for the manufacture of many of the world's latest technology products, ...

  • Alternative Energy Developments in China

    With energy demands set to double between now and 2030 as China modernizes its rural territories and urban areas continue to grow, concerns of a corresponding increase in carbon emissions ...

  • July Data Indicates Improvement in China’s Economy

    According to trade data released late last week, China's economy is on the rebound, with exports in July rising 5.1 percent year-on-year and imports climbing 10.9 percent. Global stock ...

  • Central Bank Intervention Boosts Market

    In an effort to deflect a repeat of the cash crisis experienced by China's economy in June, the People's Bank of China reportedly pumped Rmb17 billion via seven-day reverse repurchase ...

  • Drug Companies Under Scrutiny in China

    While ill health is never good news for the sufferer, it is big business for drug companies, and both foreign and local drug companies are cashing in on markets created by China's growing ...

  • New Car Sales, and Pollution, on the Rise in China

    A third assembly plant for French vehicle maker PSA Peugeot Citroen opened in China this week, creating jobs in China at a time when jobs are being cut in France. At the opening ceremony for ...

  • China to Increase Agricultural Imports From Canada

    Following a visit to Beijing where he met with authorities from China's Ministry of Agriculture and the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, Canada’s ...