Danish companies are eyeing opportunities stemming from China's 4 trillion yuan ($634 billion) investment plan for water resources over the next decade.
The Airbus assembly plant in north China's Tianjin Municipality on Tuesday handed over its 100th A320 aircraft to a Chinese airline operator.
BASF, the world's leading chemical company, plans to invest one-fourth of its annual R&D funds into the Asia-Pacific region with a focus on the Chinese market.
The Australian government's rejection of Huawei's bid to take part in the rollout of the National Broadband Network was probably based on their Chinese ideology rather than security concerns, a Chinese counselor has suggested.
More than half of the listed companies on the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges are expecting losses or a slowdown in growth in the third quarter because of rising costs and overcapacity, according to Securities Times.
Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd is planning an initial public offering of its auto parts unit, said an official at Brilliance's parent company.
Hyundai Motor Co, South Korea's largest carmaker, will start providing auto loans this month to buyers in China as it seeks to increase its share of sales in the world's largest vehicle market.
Ping An Insurance (Group) Co, China's second-biggest insurer, said it is seeking international arbitration after negotiations with the Belgian government for compensation on its investment losses in Fortis failed.
Chinese oil companies are making the most of their technology and hard work to tap African oil reserves.
Youku Tudou is stepping up efforts to manage its two online video websites after a merger that combined the two biggest web-video competitors into a single company.
China's top home appliance retailer, Suning Appliance Co Ltd, is to buy a maternal and infant goods e-commerce website for $66 million.
Debt-ridden Suntech Power Holdings Co, one of the world's largest solar panel makers, is seeking ways to boost its American depositary shares.