China will increase its crackdown on fraudulent practices in the country's e-commerce sector.
China's top property market watchdog reiterated over the weekend that it will maintain tight regulation of the real estate sector.
Ascott China Co Ltd, a leading serviced residence owner and operator, plans to triple the scale of its serviced apartments in China in the next five years, aiming to own 60,000 apartments by 2023.
The growing demands of Chinese customers for greater connectivity has driven automakers to carry out upgrades on their Chinese models ahead of the rest of the world's major car markets.
European supermarket giant Carrefour opened a brand new store format in Shanghai on May 20 — Carrefour Le Marche.
In the past, seeing a physician and getting medical treatment could mean taking the day off work or traveling long distances to the doctor's office.
Increasing imports and promoting trade balance are two goals China has been insisting on in recent years, Zhang Yuyan, director of the Institute of World Economics and Politics under the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
The Chinese government reiterated the need for tight control over the property market, proposing six concrete measures to ensure housing is for living in rather than speculation, Securities Times reported Monday.
Major airlines in China reported strong first-quarter earnings growth as surging travel demand and yuan appreciation helped offset adverse factors such as rising oil prices, industry insiders said.
China's mobile payment operators are entering the public transportation sphere with ambitious promotions for their new e-products that promise to change commuters' age-old ways of paying for their city rides.