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Two Chinese companies bought emission permits through the Shenzhen Carbon Exchange, the first among seven regional trading platforms planned

SHANGHAI is the latest stop on Hubei Province's nationwide touring exhibition of agricultural produce, the Shanghai Commission of Commerce announced today.

China File has this excellent post on the gaokao: While it may seem counterintuitive, competition for spots at China’s top universities is less fierce in populous cities like Beijing and Shanghai than in China’s more rural provinces. This is because…

SHANGHAI stocks inched up today as property developers advanced on rising home prices and financial stocks gained after a state-owned investment company increased its stake in China's four biggest lenders.

FOREIGN direct investment in China rose for the fourth consecutive month in May, with increases from European countries and the United States, the Ministry of Commerce said today.

THE pace of home price growth continued to decelerate in China in May with fewer cities recording month-on-month increases, the National Bureau of Statistics said today.

Shanghai stocks extended yesterday's losses as data showed foreign direct investment in China slowed in May. The Shanghai Composite Index lost 4.65 points, or 0.22 percent, to 2,151.57. Turnover stood at 36.8 billion yuan (US$6 billion) by midday.

NEW home prices continued to see slower rises in Chinese cities last month, according to official data released today. Inc., a Chinese online portal listed in Hong Kong's Growth Enterprise Market, revealed in a regulatory filing that it has agreed to sell its stake in a New Horizon Capital fund to AlpInvest Partners. is selling its entire interest i…

China demands that the US explain extensive internet surveillance revealed by Edward Snowden, and rejects suspicions that he was spying for Beijing

Central Huijin Investment Ltd., a state-owned investment company designed to hold stakes in Chinese financial institutions, increased its stakes in the nation’s four biggest banks, according to statements released by the four banks. Central Huijin purchased 19.3 million shares of Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, 42.9 million shares of Agricultural Bank of China, 24.5 […]

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THE price of oil fell slightly after it climbed to a high for the year yesterday, as the market waits to see the results of this week's Federal Reserve policy meeting.

INVESTORS on Wall Street are playing a guessing game with the Federal Reserve.

APPLE says it received between 4,000 and 5,000 requests from US law enforcement for customer data for the six months ended in May.

SHANGHAI'S inflation eased in May while economic activity strengthened, indicating resilience in the city's economy while China's overall performance showed little signs of an expected mild recovery.

AIRBUS and Boeing both won pledges for big purchases of long-haul, wide-body jets yesterday, as the Paris Air Show got off to a robust, if rainy start.

THE Aviation Industry Corp of China will take part at the 2013 Paris Air Show under its theme "Merging into the global aviation industry chain" and seek to expand its strategic cooperation with international partners.

BILLIONAIRE Li Ka-shing's Cheung Kong Holdings Ltd and partners agreed to buy AVR Afvalverwerking BV from Van Gansewinkel Groep BV for 943.7 million euros (US$1.3 billion) to add waste processing in Europe.