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The next ten years will be characterized by major structural shifts in individual economies and a huge reconfiguration of the global economy as a whole. Above all, much depends on the two largest economies, China and the US, and their leadership in cre…

SHANGHAI stocks recovered from yesterday's fall as emerging industries gained amid higher expectation for China's economic transformation.

VICE Minister of Transport Weng Mengyong said the government is considering to extend the concession period for toll road operators in a bid to bring down road charges.

US manufacturer has targeted Chinese airlines for sales of the new wide-body jet and forecasts 5,260 new aircraft to be bought in next two decades

SHANGHAI stocks traded nearly flat this morning as small-cap firms gained while cyclical stocks and heavyweights slumped.

AN afternoon recovery in US stock markets helped oil reverse early losses yesterday.

INVESTORS recovered their poise after a shaky start to trading on Wall Street that sent stocks sharply lower.

It's ominous in China to give someone a timepiece as a gift, but that may soon be happening as a Chinese software company unveils a new smart watch. Nut Shell Electronics, a subsidiary of China's Shanda, announced that the company will launch several n…

CHINA'S manufacturing activity contracted for the first time in seven months in May as demand both at home and abroad fell, a survey showed yesterday.

CHINA expects 100 billion yuan (US$16.3 billion) revenue from its aircraft-making industry by 2020, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said yesterday.

CHINA Southern Airlines will receive China's first Boeing 787 Dreamliner early next month as the Civil Aviation Administration of China has approved the validation of the aircraft, the carrier said.

CHINA should improve its fare and legal systems as the private sector is set to be more involved in the country's railway industry, a senior industry official said, as global transport leaders call for more spending in infrastructure amid tight government budgets.

CHINA Railway Corp, a spin-off from the former Ministry of Railways, yesterday floated the first batch of bonds to fund its railway construction and buy trains.

SHANGHAI'S Pudong New Area contributed half of the proceeds of the city's robust land sales so far this year, according to latest market data.

GLOBAL economic growth is projected to grow slowly for the rest of the year, a United Nations economic forecast said yesterday.

THE European Commission yesterday said it was ready to open negotiations with China, one of the European Union's most important trading partners, on an investment protection accord.

MAJOR Chinese solar panel makers yesterday protested over punitive tariffs the European Union plans to levy on Chinese-made photovoltaic products.

EUROPE'S top regulatory official is seeking to force large companies to say how much tax they pay in each country where they operate, a step some politicians say could curb tax avoidance.