On Thursday, Apple announced that it would launch a 300 million U.S. dollar renewable energy fund in China as part of its drive to clean up its supply chain.
U.S. coffee chain Starbucks announced on Monday that it will eliminate all plastic straws for cold drinks in its 28,000 global stores within two years and replace them with recyclable straw-free coffee-cup lids, and paper-made straws or biodegradable plastic straws so as to reduce waste.
Mobike, one of China's leading share bike companies, announced on Thursday that users will no longer need to pay a deposit to use its services.
The top four places in the list of the world's 1,000 largest banks have been taken by banks from China.
China's major industrial firms posted increased profit growth in the first five months, data showed Wednesday.
The Chinese mainland saw inbound and outbound tourists reach 139 million and 131 million in 2017, up by 0.8 percent and 6.9 percent respectively, according to reports released Wednesday.
Investments in projects and funds by the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) surpassed 4.2 billion U.S. dollars in 2017.
Cirrus Aircraft Corporation announced that it has delivered its 7,000th general purpose aircraft, reports thepaper.cn.
China's e-commerce giant JD.com has launched robot deliveries in Beijing's Haidian district.
As Chinese soccer fans head to Russia for the World Cup, Alibaba's mobile payment app Alipay is helping to make their visit a little easier.
The US Committee on Foreign Investment has approved the acquisition of American insurance company Genworth by China Oceanwide Holdings Group Co.
Chinese sharing bike giant Mobike has announced that users in another 100 Chinese cities will no longer have to pay a deposit before using the service.
Colin Campbell, one of the best-known international internet infrastructure entrepreneurs, recently visited Beijing Foreign Studies University, providing guidance to students interested in starting up their own internet business upon graduation.
The results of a recent survey by China's Ministry of Commerce suggest that the demand of Chinese consumers for imported products remains high, and that many of them are considering increasing their spending on imported goods in the future.
Jack Ma, founder and chairman of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, said that the company's logistics service Cainiao had been working on a smart national logistics network that aimed to reduce logistics costs and aid the development of the manufacturing industry.