China is working on a better coordination mechanism between fiscal and monetary authorities to pave the way for further economic reform.
A city in Guangxi has proven that it can continue to make and sell autos despite the industry's malaise.
In 2002, Christine O'Sullivan came to Shanghai for her first trip to China on a business trip for General Motors and "fell in love" with the country.
Urbanization will be the main driver of economic growth and growth will be more focused on quality and efficiency, Vice-Premier Li Keqiang Wednesday.
'Urban diseases' a big problem to fix
Chinese and US officials agreed on a number of measures, including export controls and investment, during trade talks in Washington.
On-time flight performance continued to decline in China this year despite the civil aviation authority's efforts to improve it.
Tickets for the new Beijing-Guangzhou high-speed railway went on sale for the first time on Thursday.
Air travel between North and South China could soon become cheaper, analysts say, as airlines look to handle competition from the country's newest high-speed railway.
While Christmas is an opportunity for businesses to cash in, online shopping sales this year may not be as strong as previous online promotions, experts say.
Wine imports through the Dongjiang Free Trade Port Zone in Tianjian are at 1.8 million liters this year, about five times last year's volume, the port authority said at a news conference on Tuesday, according to a report in Tianjin's Daily News.
The total value of private investable assets in China was more than 73 trillion yuan ($11.6 trillion) in 2012, up 14 percent year-on-year, the Boston Consulting Group said in a report on Thursday.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission announced on Thursday that the annual report on disclosure regulation for the growth enterprise market has been published, and the enforcement date enforcement is Jan 1.