The world's largest convenience store company, 7-Eleven, plans to open 300 stores in Chongqing, it announced on Monday.
The number of caravans in China is expected to increase by about 50 percent or more annually over the next three to five years, an industry expert said Tuesday.
French Carrefour SA, the world's second-largest retailer by revenue, said on Monday that it will set up operations in 30 new Chinese cities in the next three years.
China's telecommunications giant Huawei on Tuesday signed an agreement with Malaysia's government agency to promote digital education in the country.
Morgan Motor Co, one of the oldest British hand-built car manufacturers, opened its first showroom in China on Tuesday, part of a drive to bring more British vehicles overseas.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi has turned to a Hongqi H7 sedan as his official car, which experts said is a sign Chinese officials are setting their sights on national brands.
The Paris Air Show runs from June 17 to 23.
Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors will recall 9,478 vehicles in China due to a potential safety hazard in the sunroof.
For Yin Minshan, president of Chongqing Lifan Group, Africa offers one of the most fertile land for Chinese private companies' global development.
Tencent Holdings Ltd, China's largest listed Internet company, has enabled online transactions for selected merchants by linking a payment service to its popular WeChat smartphone application.
Alipay, China's largest third-party payment platform, on Monday launched the nation's first online investment fund aimed at individuals.
Personal computer giant Lenovo Group Ltd signed a three-year strategic agreement with Suning Appliance Co Ltd, targeting sales worth 30 billion yuan from Suning's distributing channels by 2015.