China will change its “one long-haul international route, one airline” policy in a move expected to reduce air ticket prices and increase competition, according to the Civil Aviation Administration of China.
South Korean retail giant Lotte has sold its 72 supermarket stores and 15 properties for 1.665 billion yuan ($2.62 billion) to regional retailer Liqun Group from east China's Shandong Province, according to China.com.cn.
The competition among Chinese cities to lure talent reflects a new development philosophy that aligns with economic transformation, said Meng Wei, spokesperson for the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).
Double amputee Xia Boyu has made headlines at home and abroad for reaching the summit of Mount Qomolangma on his fifth attempt to climb the peak.
Twenty-two years after China’s last vinyl record production line was shut down, a workshop has opened in Shanghai as fans of the retro music format see signs of a comeback.
China's leading ride-hailing firm Didi Chuxing has announced a series of measures including the use of face recognition to enhance the carpooling service following the public outcry over the death of a young woman taking a ride.
China's National Health Commission plans to amend a 24-year-old regulation covering iodized salt, demanding that producers provide non-iodized salt to meet the needs of some groups.
The Ministry of Transport has urged regional authorities to review the carpooling business, saying that social networking services of related apps have strayed from its original goal.
A number of passengers have been banned from flying for one year after their unruly behavior caused disruptions, according to authorities in Liaoning Province.
China's infrastructure investment has continued its slowdown, but there’s good reason for it and potential is still huge, said Liu Aihua, spokeswoman for the National Bureau of Statistics, on Tuesday.