PetroChina Co, Asia's biggest company by market value, urged the Chinese government to allow oil companies to earn "reasonable" margins after second-quarter profit missed estimates because of controls on fuel prices.
China COSCO (Ocean Shipping Group Co) Holdings Company reported a loss of 271 billion yuan ($432 million) for the first half of 2011
Charities have received less money from donations in recent months following a spate of scandals that have damaged their credibility.
Six medical staff members who fled during a fire, leaving a patient who was undergoing surgery to suffocate in thick smoke, have been suspended and placed under investigation, the hospital said.
Zhejiang province authorities are responding to a cab drivers' strike earlier this month by ordering many cities and counties to raise the fares that can be charged for cab rides.
The special conference on Development and People's Access on Sept 4 will offer a chance for Asian leaders to increase their understanding of China.
HANGZHOU - One woman's life-saving act will be commemorated with a statue in the city of Hangzhou.
More oil has been detected near the two leaking oil platforms in Northeast China's Bohai Bay, authorities said.
Shenzhen doctors will see their licenses suspended and face fines of up to 50,000 yuan if they are found guilty of sending someone who isn't mentally ill into a mental hospital for treatment.
Sovereign countries cannot be sued in Hong Kong courts, China's top legislature ruled on Friday.
Beijing's education authority has denied reports that Growing Steps is the city's first sex education textbook for primary and middle school students.
Hu Jintao said China remains confident in the European economy and urged Europe to take measures to protect China's massive investments.