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European solar glass manufacturers accused Chinese competitors of dumping, opening a new front in the trade fight over renewable energy

CHINA'S crude oil consumption rose 4.9 percent to 476.13 million tons last year, the country's top planning agency said today.

SHANGHAI stocks advanced today as data showed China's non-manufacturing activity improved for a fourth straight month in January, adding to signs the world's second largest economy is recovering.

THE average cost of a new home remained above 23,000 yuan (US$3,662) per square meter in Shanghai for the third straight week despite a contraction in sales.

SHANGHAI stocks advanced this morning, six days in a row, as data showed China's non-manufacturing activity expanded for a fourth straight month in January, adding to the sign that the world's second largest economy is recovering.

The authorities have the legal means to step in if union elections, intended to calm social pressures, are seen as creating appetite for more

The move to boost workers’ rights would be the first such exercise at a large company in China, where unions have traditionally been controlled by management

South Korea's Samsung has announced plans to invest USD1.7 billion to expand the production capacity of its plant in Kunshan, Jiangsu province. This plant was reportedly first constructed in 2008. Samsung's move is in line with the implementation of it…

THE retail and transport sectors spurred China's service industry to grow for the fourth month in January, lifting the service PMI to climb to the highest in five months last month.

Visitors attend the Washington Auto Show at the Washington Convention Center on Saturday. This year's show displays more than 700 new makes and models of cars, trucks, mini-vans and sport-utility vehicles from over 42 automakers. The show ends on Sunday.

THE US Commerce Department and tomato growers from Mexico agreed to revive a 17-year-old pact governing prices for the goods, potentially averting a trade war between the two nations.

JAPANESE Finance Minister Taro Aso yesterday said it was not Tokyo's goal to weaken the yen and its policies were purely aimed at beating deflation, brushing off foreign concerns about currency wars ahead of a G20 meeting in Moscow.

Chinese third-party Internet payment service provider has published its report showing that the mobile payment service developed rapidly in China in 2012 with 546% year-on-year growth by trading value; and the number of people who used this …