Gold consumption was 554.88 tons in China during the first half of this year, seeing a 16.37 percent increase year-on-year, according to the latest data released by the China Gold Association.
China's latest guidance to promote development of the private sector will give full play to the dynamic role of the country's internet and tech firms in making innovations and creating new jobs.
During her visit to Beijing earlier last month and in the weeks that followed, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen defended Washington's trade curbs imposed on security grounds, particularly those limiting U.S. technology investment in China.
Chinese authorities are stepping up support for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises as well as self-employed individuals by extending and improving a series of preferential tax and fee policies amid broader efforts to drive development of the private sector.
Starbucks' China revenue grew 51 percent from the previous year to $821.9 million (5.8 billion yuan), or up 60 percent when excluding a 9 percent impact of foreign currency translation in the third quarter of its 2023 fiscal year.
China Petrochemical Corp has made a breakthrough in deep coalbed methane exploration in Southwest China's Chongqing municipality after years of exploitation, the company, the world's largest refiner by volume.
Charging piles for electric vehicles expanded at a rapid pace in China during the first half of the year on booming demand for EVs, industry data showed.
Competition in the fast-growing cross-border online shopping sector has intensified as a string of Chinese online retailers ratchet up efforts to expand their presence overseas amid a broader drive to cultivate new users and diversify revenue sources.
China's gold demand is likely to pick up in the second half, fueled by the implementation of stimulus policies that aim at reviving consumption and growing interest from investors who seek safe-haven assets.
Intel has recently built a new innovation center in Shenzhen, the manufacturing and technology hub in South China's Guangdong Province.
More than 60 percent of the companies operating in China, including 57 percent of U.S. companies in the country, retain a positive outlook for future business growth.
Industry experts said the list shows China's growing prowess in emerging sectors, such as new energy, on the global stage.
China's relentless pursuit of infrastructure development has borne more fruit in the first half, with key construction companies reporting remarkable growth in new contracts.
China's air travel market has performed highly positively since the country optimized its COVID-19 response measures, the International Air Transport Association said.
China's smart consumer goods market showed a high-end trend in the first half of this year, Economic Information Daily reported on Wednesday.
The industrial structure of the light industry has continued to optimize and upgrade in the country during the first half of this year, cctv.com reported on Wednesday.
COSCO Shipping Bulk Co Ltd, a subsidiary of State-owned China COSCO Shipping Corp, issued the first electronic bill of lading (eBL) for bulk cargo through a collaborative effort with its clients on Monday.
The Dongguan-Hong Kong International Airport Logistics Park facilitated the shipment of goods worth more than 113 million yuan ($15.77 million) last week in its first 100 days of operation.
The second C919, China's first self-developed narrow-body jet, will be put into commercial operation serving travelers between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Chengdu Tianfu International Airport in Sichuan province starting Wednesday.
China's civil aviation sector has maintained a strong recovery momentum in the first half of 2023, with passenger trips reaching 88.2 percent of the level in 2019.
Chinese-made electric vehicles are in a noteworthy position to drive the sector's growth in the Middle East, which could help shape government policy, meet national carbon emission reduction targets, and develop local expertise.
Chinese drone maker DJI said on Tuesday that it has never designed and manufactured any product and equipment for military use, and will strictly adhere to export controls enforced by the government.
China's outbound tourism market has recovered with outbound destinations receiving 40.37 million trips from the Chinese mainland in the first half of this year, according to China Tourism Academy's official WeChat account.
Three nuclear power projects, two units for each project, have won approval, according to a State Council executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Qiang on Monday.
China's airline business is seeing recovery, with a daily average of 17,150 flights performed and an average daily passenger volume has increased to 2.08 million as of July 30.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world's largest contract chipmaker, had planned to begin installing equipment at its Arizona facility in September 2022.
In late June, as a tunnel gate gradually closed, the upper reservoir of a pumped storage hydropower station in Zhejiang province began storing water for the first time. It is now ready to serve as a "super power bank" for nearby regions.
China's top procuratorate and top court have pledged to intensify efforts to strengthen the legal protection of the rights of private companies, and improve their internal management, to curb crimes at the source.
The sixth China-Arab States Expo will be held from September 21-24 in Yinchuan, capital of Northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, and preparations are going smoothly.
Enforcing export controls on high-performance unmanned aerial vehicles with specific military attributes is a common international practice, and the measures are not targeted at any specific country or region.