In an interview with Xinhua News Agency, commerce expert Juan Esteban Matusalem said that China-Chile free trade is a model of success.
In the closing of the 5th session of the 12th National People’s Congress, Chinese Premier Li warned the U.S. that American firms would be the first to suffer if China-U.S. trade war occurs.
China’s Internet tourism services provider Ctrip.com has started implementing its strategy to expand its services in second-, third-, and fourth-tier cities across China as well as integrating its services with Traveling Bestone and Qunar vacation businesses.
In an interview with China Daily, L’oreal China’s CEO said that there is a bright future for China’s beauty market.
Industrial output in China is showing signs of growth again, as the government presented data for the first two months of 2017, which show that the economy is reacting to government stimulus, according to an article in The Australian.
An India-China business forum featuring Indian economic, commercial and cultural aspects will be held in Zhenjiang City this week.
With the growing middle-class and an improving economy, the demand for safety in food and medical products is rising in China, an article in China Business Review said.
The continued increase in the number of Chinese traveling overseas has created a huge opportunity for luggage makers, making China the world’s largest luggage market, China Daily reported.
As the economy shifts from manufacturing to consumption, China has released a new measure to gauge China’s growing service economy: the Index of Services Production, The Wall Street Journal reported.
A Boeing factory in China will be set up based on the Boeing-COMAC deal signed in October 2016. Construction will start at the end of March.
Bulgarian investor Plamen Russev says Europe should build business in China and take advantage of the OBOR Initiative.
Chinese stocks had its biggest increase in almost a month as U.S.-China political relations lightened up.
JFE Steel has partnered with China’s biggest steelmaker, Baosteel Metal, to manufacture and sell steel powder used to manufacture car parts, in a bid to boost the Japanese company’s competitiveness in the highly lucrative Chinese auto market.
In a bid to seize China’s love affair with western brands, U.S. luxury car brand Lincoln unveiled plans to open a Chinese factory by the end of 2019. The move is part of Lincoln’s plans to gain a greater market share of the world’s luxury car market.
Ancient Taiyuan County, which dates back to Ming Dynasty (A.D. 1368-1644), begins to take shape with efforts to restore relics to what they were like around 600 years ago.