More areas to open for investors
China may remove more items from its recently announced negative list amid efforts to further open up its market to foreign investors, a stance that will help consolidate the global multilateral governance system.
Tencent moves further to help teens develop healthy online habits
Chinese tech giant Tencent has launched a new program in its latest effort to help the country's increasingly digital-savvy teenagers develop healthy online habits and use the internet as a useful tool.
Tesla to step up innovation, expand business in China
Tesla will deepen its innovation activities and expand business areas in China, the U.S. carmaker's Beijing branch said Thursday.
ZTE closer to resuming business
The United States said on Wednesday that it signed an agreement with ZTE Corp that paves the way for the Chinese tech company to resume operations after a nearly three-month ban on doing business with American suppliers.
Tesla signs massive factory deal in Shanghai amid trade tension
U.S. electric car maker Tesla Inc has signed a deal to build a super factory in Shanghai, a major step for the California-based company, which has long planned to open a manufacturing facility in one of its most important markets, although it has been hit by an escalating trade conflict between China and the U.S..
Global recruitment campaign launched to offer foreigners unique jobs in China
A global recruitment campaign has been launched to offer foreigners unique job experiences in China.
Smartphone maker Xiaomi debuts on Hong Kong stocks
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi debuted on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange Monday, the first company which adopts a weighted voting rights with dual-class shares after Hong Kong's major listing regime reform in 25 years.
China to further open A-shares market to foreign investors
China will further open its A-shares market to foreign investors, the country's top securities regulator said Sunday.
Livestreaming hosts are rewriting the rules
Thousands of miles away from the 2018 FIFA World Cup, tens of thousands of Chinese livestreaming hosts have set their biological clock to Russian time.
ZTE allowed to temporarily resume some US business
The US Commerce Department on Tuesday granted a temporary reprieve to ZTE that allows the telecommunications equipment maker to conduct business needed to maintain existing networks and equipment in the United States as it works toward the lifting of a US sales ban, according to Reuters.