|More new energy vehicle models eligible for subsidies in Beijing|
Authorities in Beijing have updated the number of New Energy Vehicles (NEV) that are eligible to receive subsidies, Beijing Daily reports.
|Discussion on corporate news of the week|
Online video site iQiyi.com, controlled by leading search engine Baidu, has said it has raised over 1.5-billion US dollars in new funding through a convertible note issue.
|'Uber for bikes' comes to Cambridge thanks to Chinese company|
China's 'Uber for bikes' is going to drop 500 bicycles on Cambridge. Didi-backed Ofo, China's largest bike-sharing operator, doesn't have docks, so users can just drop and ride whenever they like.
|China says U.S. ruling on Chinese tires in line with facts|
The latest U.S. ruling to remove heavy duties on truck and bus tires imported from China was "in line with the objective facts," the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.
|China to prevent debt level rise and asset bubbles: central bank economist|
China's monetary policy will be prudent and neutral in 2017, which will help prevent a rapid rise in debt levels and asset bubbles, central bank economist Ma Jun said Thursday.
|China capable of ensuring stability in property market: official|
The Chinese government is capable of maintaining stability in the property market, a senior official said on Thursday, as measures have reined in surging prices in major cities.
|China hits new record in world's PE/VC investment in 2016: PwC|
China has seen a 49 percent increase in private equity (PE) and venture capitalist (VC) investment last year, though the scale of global fund raising and investment showed a reduction, according to a report.
|SF Express to complete Shenzhen listing on Friday|
China's courier company SF Express is set to complete a back-door listing on Friday in the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. The company is valued at an estimated 44.8 billion yuan or USD 6.8 billion after the listing.
|Ctrip reports 76% net revenue increase|
Ctrip.com International, Ltd., a leading travel service provider, Thursday reported a net revenue of RMB19.2 billion (US$2.8 billion) for 2016, a 76% increase from 2015.
|China's Twitter-like Weibo reports strong 2016 revenue growth|
Chinese social media giant Sina Weibo reported strong revenue growth in 2016 thanks to booming advertising and marketing demand.
|UK/China cooperation to bring new material to your car|
A partnership between a British firm and a Chinese firm looks set to bring increased use of an advanced and revolutionary material to the automotive industry. In the next few years, there's every chance that lightweight and super-strong carbon fibre, once the preserve of Formula 1 motor racing teams and aircraft engineers, will be in family cars.
|China drafts rules to rein in asset management risks|
New reports suggest Chinese financial regulators are moving to divest the government from any liabilities connected to asset-management products.
|Development of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region drives up demand for cruise tours|
Authorities in Tianjin are pointing to a regional integration strategy as one of the factors behind a sharp rise in the demand for cruise tours out of the city.
|Chile leads fruit exports to China in 2016|
Chile became China's leading supplier of fresh fruits in 2016, overtaking Vietnam and even Thailand, local media reported on Wednesday.
|Walmart to open about 40 new outlets in China|
Walmart will open up to 40 new branches in China this year, while upgrading 50 outlets and improving stocking and logistics, the company announced Wednesday.
|China's bicycle-sharing firm gets tech upgrade|
China's bicycle-sharing start-up ofo on Wednesday partnered with two Chinese telecom companies -- Huawei and China Telecom to improve its connectivity.
|Samsung to compensate Chinese consumer for Note 7 fire|
A court in Shanghai ruled on Wednesday that Samsung should compensate a Chinese consumer whose Note 7 smartphone caught fire ten days after purchase.
|Trade Facilitation Agreement enters into force: WTO Chief|
World Trade Organization (WTO) Director-General Roberto Azevedo on Wednesday announced that the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) entered into force after two-thirds of members have completed their domestic ratification process.
|Insurance industry should not be "rich men's club": regulator|
China's insurance regulator has vowed to crack down speculators in the industry and stabilize the market. The regulator said it will not allow the insurance industry to become a "rich men's club", adding that insurers should carry responsibilities for the society, the public and the real economy.
|Dozens of Chinese companies rush to use Ivanka Trump's name in registration|
While some US companies have recently been moving Ivanka Trump products off their shelves, it seems that dozens of Chinese businesses are rushing to register the name of the new US president's daughter as a trademark.
|China Southern brings New Zealand closer to Europe|
China Southern Airlines has released 'unprecedented' low fares for travel between Europe and New Zealand.
|China home prices continue to stabilize|
China's red-hot property market in major cities has continued to stabilize after authorities took a series of measures to contain price rise, according to an official survey Wednesday.
|Chinese firms recruiting in UK|
An increasing number of Chinese businesses are recruiting British workers, for roles based in the UK.
|China adjusts yuan midpoint mechanism|
It's being reported Chinese authorities have adjusted the method used to set the daily reference midpoints for the valuation of the reniminbi.
|China sees upsurge in copyright registrations in 2016|
China received more than two million new copyright registrations in 2016, an increase of 22 percent, according to official figures revealed on Tuesday.