Beijing's commercial property and office building sales surged 320.5 percent in the first 10 days of March, as more investors shifted their focus in response to the government's new measures to cool down the residential sector.
a number of big names in China's Internet industry have made their way to the nation's top legislative and advisory bodies with the industry's grown prominence.
Military deputies to China's top legislature have vowed to build a strong army following top Chinese leader Xi Jinping's calls to that effect earlier in the week.
Coca-Cola is being investigated by the National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation after reports of illegal surveying activities.
Nearly 60 percent of global automobile-plant investments in 2012 went to China, and the trend should continue for the foreseeable future, a Canadian research report said.
The government has spent more than 2.2 trillion yuan to support the ongoing medical reform and aims to make healthcare affordable for all citizens by 2020.
Tests ordered by Zhejiang provincial authorities found that products from a number of cellphone makers are substandard and can cause fires and explosions.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on Thursday that Paris and London will arm the Syrian opposition even if the European Union refuses to give its unanimous agreement.
The Pentagon is seeking support from mass media and public opinion to avoid a budget cut in US cyberforces, and resorting to cyberthreats as a "cover" to actually boost investment in the sector, experts said in Beijng.
Police had arrested a farmer who is suspected of having killed five people in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, local police authorities said Thursday.
A Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said on Thursday that China expects timely and effective implementation of the 2010 quota and governance reform package of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).