Sony will win China's smartphone market if it focuses on the right products, is quick to respond to market demand and is speedier in innovation.
Nokia Corp, once king of the world's mobile phone industry, has been forced to make exhaustive efforts to win back customers.
China Spacesat Co Ltd, the nation's key developer of small satellites, said on Saturday that it will obtain 116 million yuan ($18.3 million) in government financial support.
US manufacturing giant United Technologies promises to continue investing in China, after openeing a new Otis Elevator factory in Chongqing.
China's major dairy Mengniu has launched new packaging for its products at over one million locations in 300 cities.
It took little more than five hours for the first Apple iPhone 5 to go on sale in the Chinese mainland after being smuggled across the border from Hong Kong.
Google Inc has closed its music-search service in China, the world's largest Internet market where the search engine's share keeps declining.
Wang Jianlin, chairman and president of the Dalian Wanda Group, outlined his company's ambitious plans at the recent 2012 Cultural and Creative Industry Summit in Beijing.
Household products retailer Hola plans to expand its business in China's second-tier cities in the second half, the Test Rite Group-owned brand said.
When many Western countries are struggling with economic recovery and trying whatever they can to attract international investors, a quick way to attract them in China, is to sell local properties to rich Chinese for Western permanent residencies.
China's Bright Food Group Co is believed to be changing the financing arrangements on its planned acquisition of a majority stake in Weetabix Ltd.
Starting out as a crab dealer 17 years ago, Long Tujin has become a heavyweight in the world's prawn market, accounting for two-thirds of China's and one-third of the world's prawn produce.