|Survey shows rich Chinese confident of China's economy|
Over 90 percent of rich Chinese are optimistic about China's economy, according to the results of a survey released Thursday.
|China Oceanwide, IDG Capital to acquire IDG|
China Oceanwide Holdings Group and International Data Group (IDG) Capital announced Thursday that they have entered into a definitive agreement to buy IDG Inc., a leading global media, market research and venture company.
|China, U.S. share strong trade, investment ties: MOC|
Trade volume between China and the United States has grown rapidly over the past 38 years, and trade has become a mainstay in stable bilateral relations, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.
|IOC, Alibaba Group launch long-term partnership|
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Alibaba Group on Thursday jointly announced a long-term partnership through 2028.
|Nokia's comeback smartphone goes on sale in China|
Nokia's first smartphone for Android and the first smartphone under the Nokia brand after the company sold its handset unit to Microsoft in 2014, goes on sale on Thursday exclusively through Chinese internet retailer JD.com.
|HSBC plans to relocate jobs to Paris after Brexit|
HSBC has become the first major bank to detail plans to move jobs out of London after Brexit. Europe's biggest bank says it will relocate staff responsible for generating around a fifth of its UK-based trading revenue to Paris after Britain leaves the European Union.
|Survey: US companies feeling less welcome in China|
The percentage of companies that rate China among their top three investment targets fell to 56%, the lowest since at least 2009, according to an annual online survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in China released on Wednesday.
|Dispelling notions about Chinese brands in South Africa|
While respected Chinese brands are still a relatively new phenomenon in South Africa, acceptance of them is growing. Just as Korean brands have morphed in public perceptions from cheap and nasty knock offs to reliable and quality items, so too Chinese brands such as Hisense, Huawei and GWM can grow in public perception.
|9 Chinese provinces see GDP exceed 3 trillion yuan in 2016|
The number of provincial-level regions in China with GDP that exceeded 3 trillion yuan (438 billion USD) increased from six to nine in 2016, the business newspaper 21st Century Business Herald reports.
|'Disneyland of Engineering' gets Chinese investment|
A British firm that acquired the nickname 'Disneyland of Engineering' has received a massive boost from Chinese investors.
|British firm eyes Chinese smokers|
A British firm has struck a deal which could see it expand in the Chinese tobacco market. Reuters reports that Imperial Brands has made the partnership with China National Tobacco.
|Alibaba sets up world's first 'big data anti-fake alliance'|
Initiated by China's e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, the world's first alliance to fight fakes using big data was launched in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province on Jan. 16. The first 20 members issued a joint action plan to cut down on counterfeit products.
|Chinese firm to supply Boston with extra 134 subway trains in second deal|
China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC) has inked an agreement with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), which manages most of the public transportation services in the Greater Boston area in the US, to supply the latter with 134 subway trains.
|China's ODI up 44.1 pct in 2016|
China's non-financial outbound direct investment (ODI) increased 44.1 percent year on year to 170.11 billion U.S. dollars in 2016, official data showed Monday.
|New energy vehicles to account for 20% of total car sales in China by 2025|
New energy cars will account for more than 20% of all the cars sold in China by 2025, and China will quadruple the annual output of new energy vehicles to two million by 2020, according to China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
|Airbus China site to deliver first A330 in 2017|
Airbus is expected to deliver its first A330 aircraft in September 2017 from its completion and delivery center in north China's Tianjin, said Airbus China on Monday.
|AIIB President Jin: Door will remain open for US to join|
One year after opening with 57 charter members, the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank would still welcome the US to join its ranks, the bank's president Jin Liqun has said.
|Airbus delivers 153 aircraft to China in 2016|
The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus says the company delivered around 153 aircraft to Chinese operators last year, the seventh year in a row it's supplied more than 100 planes.
|Chinese firm to supply electric buses to Argentina|
Argentina is to buy a fleet of electric buses from Chinese firm BYD, to supply a pilot project in several cities around the country. A statement says BYD was chosen from a handful of companies to provide the 50 electric buses.
|U.S. & China, quarreling couple that needs to keep dancing together: US economist|
Days before Donald Trump takes office, Farok Contractor, a distinguished professor at Rutgers Business School, argues China and the US will definitely need each other economically.
|Female tourists dominate China's outbound tourism|
Statistics show that traveling abroad is gaining in popularity among the Chinese people, with travelers spending more on experiences instead of seeking shopping opportunities. As this trend has developed, female tourists have become the dominant demographic among outbound travelers.
|China approves 10 new IPO applications|
The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) has approved IPO applications for ten companies.
|36 SMEs debut on China's New Third Board|
A total of 36 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) were added to China's New Third Board from Jan. 9 to 13, data from RoyalFlush Information, a financial information service provider, showed.
|Chinese economy likely to hit bottom in 2017: economist|
The Chinese economy is likely to hit bottom in 2017 as several factors will combine to support the bottoming process, a Chinese economist said Saturday.
|China reactor in UK approval process|
The HPR1000 nuclear reactor is to start the process of gaining UK certification. That's referred to as 'General Design Assesment' and is expected to take around four years to complete.