China's first e-commerce law to discipline market growth
Meng Yan is a 28-year-old white-collar worker who has recently noticed that there are fewer advertisements on her WeChat moments.
China's Xiaomi sells better than iPhones in Russia: online seller
The Russian online seller of Chinese goods Pandao said Thursday that gadgets produced by Chinese electronics company Xiaomi were most popular among users this year.
Huawei continues to push on with 5G development: chairman
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. on Tuesday said the company's operation has remained normal despite a "complicated environment," and it is pushing on with 5G development.
GAC unveils auto plant using intelligent design
GAC New Energy Automobile Co unveiled its new intelligent and ecological plant on Sunday, in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong province, demonstrating the automaker's efforts and ambitions to take the lead in manufacturing new energy vehicles.
China to cut or scrape tariffs on some imports and exports in 2019
China will lower or remove import and export duties on a number of items starting 2019 as part of a tariff adjustment package announced Monday as the country further opens up the economy.
Fresh moves announced to spur economy
China's ministerial policymakers vowed on Sunday to make substantial efforts to boost investment, promote consumption and technological innovation, increase imports and expand opening-up, all moves that are in line with requirements of the newly concluded tone-setting Central Economic Work Conference.
Containing Huawei's expansion detrimental to China-US ties
There is still no telling on what grounds Huawei's global chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou has been detained in Canada, although she is reportedly facing extradition to the United States as it alleges she was trying to evade US curbs on trade with Iran. But one thing that is undoubtedly true and proven is the US is trying to do whatever it can to contain Huawei's expansion in the world simply because the company is the point man for China's competitive technology companies.
European firms embrace more open China by expanding investment
An increasing number of world famous Europe-headquartered business giants have been stepping up efforts to increase their presence in China, as Beijing has unveiled an array of new measures to further open up the country's market for foreign investors against the backdrop of a rise of protectionism worldwide.
China to further ease foreign investment restrictions
China has intensified efforts to implement policies designed to ease foreign investment restrictions and improve the business environment, Xinhua-run Economic Information Daily reported Thursday.
White Rabbit hops into overseas markets, challenging Bugs Bunny's reign
Warner Brothers' Bugs Bunny can easily outshine his fellow rabbits in most parts of the world, notably the U.S., where the iconic cartoon character was created in 1938. But in China, the carrot-chomping icon might well lose to White Rabbit, China's most open-minded rabbit, who has served as a mascot for one of the country's most famous candy brands since 1959.