China's cross-border e-commerce turnover to top USD1.3 trln in 2018
China's cross-border e-commerce is forecast to see turnover top 9 trillion yuan (1.3 trillion U.S. dollars) in 2018, according to a report released by the China E-Commerce Association.
China's Evergrande tops world's most valuable real estate brand: report
Evergrande has become the world's most valuable real estate brand with its brand value more than doubling over the last year to 16.2 billion U.S. dollars, according to the latest report published Tuesday by Brand Finance, an independent brand valuation and strategy consultancy.
Xiaomi, Oppo plan to launch 5G phones early next year
Top 10 Chinese companies in revenue in 2018
The State Grid Corporation of China took the crown as the best Chinese company in operating revenue of this year, according to the latest list of the top 500 Chinese enterprises.
Coco Cola buys Costa coffee shop chain for 5 bln USD
Coca-Cola on Friday swooped on Britain's biggest coffee shop chain Costa in a 3.9 billion pounds (5.06 billion U.S. dollars) takeover of one of the high street's best-known brands.
China issues new list of top 500 enterprises
China on Sunday published the 2018 list of the top 500 Chinese enterprises, which reported improving performance amid stable economic growth.
China announces new measures to bolster real economy
China has decided to roll out a raft of measures to bolster the real economy, with the goal of reducing the tax burden on businesses by more than 45 billion yuan (6.61 billion U.S. dollars) this year.
China unveils top 500 private firms, Huawei peaks list
China on Wednesday unveiled its latest ranking for 500 largest private enterprises, with telecom equipment giant Huawei and e-commerce firm Suning atop the list amid sound development of the country's private business.
China sees trade, investment growth with B&R countries
China saw expanding trade and investment ties with countries along the Belt and Road in the past five years, a senior official with the Ministry of Commerce said Monday.
Chinese air-conditioner giant establishes chip company
Gree Electric Appliances, a leading air-conditioner maker in China, has invested 160 million U.S. dollars to establish a chip research and development company, reports The Paper.