China has seen a 49 percent increase in private equity (PE) and venture capitalist (VC) investment last year, though the scale of global fund raising and investment showed a reduction, according to a report.
The Chinese economy is expected to continue to stabilize in 2017 as several factors will combine to support the trend, a Chinese economist said Thursday.
The latest U.S. ruling to remove heavy duties on truck and bus tires imported from China was "in line with the objective facts," the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.
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The ban was contained in a circular sent to local deputy county-level officials.
Bike-sharing firms Mobike and Ofo have announced that users can now get back deposits "in seconds" following media inquiries about financial safety.
An Indonesian airliner had to turn back to the airport in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province after a door was found not properly closed.
The Trump administration on Wednesday scrapped a rule that allowed transgender students to choose which restroom to go to, taking a position on a debate that embroiled the United States since the Obama administration.
Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, together with the regions along the Yangtze River Economic Belt, need to draw up a "red line" for ecological protection by the end of 2017,.
The U.S. chip giant Qualcomm Inc will partner with China Mobile and ZTE Corp on 5G trials that are essential to accelerating the commercial application of the technology in China.
Australian scientists have discovered a potent molecule responsible for inflammatory diseases.
Vive, the VR branch of the Taiwan-based smartphone company HTC, unveiled a virtual reality tourism cloud data service platform on Wednesday, dedicated to providing VR-related applications and cloud services for travel agencies.
A Scattering Book project swept across big cities in China three months ago with 10,000 books dropped in subways, airplanes and taxis for sharing. Now the event host Xinshixiang reveals that the data shows that 4,008 books were picked up once while only 239 books were picked up more than three times.
Jamlick Mwangi Kariuki is set to depart Kenya for China at the end of this month to conduct engineering studies.
Chinese tourists keep making news, sometimes for the wrong reason. Thanks to the rapid growth in their numbers, Chinese tourists are ubiquitous in many countries; what has made them even more conspicuous is their propensity to travel in groups.