Chinese video site Bilibili, which mainly targets China's Generation Z, said on Thursday it has received a $400-million equity investment from a subsidiary of Sony Corp, as the pair look to deepen collaboration in the realm of entertainment.
GE Aviation, a unit of U.S. multinational General Electric Co, said it has been given a license by the U.S. government to supply aero engines for the C919, China's first domestically built narrow-body passenger jet.
Financial fraud allegations against several high-profile Chinese firms are unlikely to trigger a spate of short selling in US-listed Chinese stocks, experts said on Thursday.
China has been enacting a slew of measures to establish a green channel to facilitate air cargo transportation as the novel coronavirus pandemic cripples the global supply chain.
At the end of March, the Supreme People's Court ruled in favor of Jordan, a former NBA star from the United States, in an eight-year trademark dispute with Chinese company Qiaodan Sports that illegally used his name.
U.S. retail giant Costco will open a new store in the city of Suzhou, eastern China's Jiangsu Province, according to the management committee of Suzhou New District.
The U.S. Federal Reserve on Thursday unveiled new programs to provide up to 2.3 trillion U.S. dollars in loans to support the economy disrupted by the coronavirus break.
Huawei Technologies Co said on Thursday that it expects revenue from its consumer business group, which includes smartphones, personal computers and tablets, to grow fast in China, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the U.S. government restrictions.
China's automobile industry is gradually recovering from the novel coronavirus outbreak and the number of cars on the country's roads would overtake that of the United States by the end of this year.
China's imports and exports improved in March on the back of better-than-expected industrial output recovery and sustained efforts to stabilize the global supply chain, the Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday.
China has discovered an oilfield in the Tarim Basin, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region which is estimated to contain more than 100 million tons of crude oil.
China's rail freight volume, an indicator of broad economic activity, amounted to 346 million tons in March, rising 4.5 percent from a month earlier according to the China Railway Corporation.
China has issued coupons to stimulate consumption and hedge downward pressures brought by the novel coronavirus outbreak, the 21st Century Business Herald reported on Thursday.
The number of 5G users in Beijing is approaching the 2 million threshold after Chinese telecom operators launched 5G commercial services more than five months ago, the municipality's communications administration announced on Tuesday.
China has taken a series of measures to boost the country's international air freight capacity and witnessed positive effects, according to the country's top aviation regulator on Thursday.
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei has been quietly shipping millions of masks and other protective equipment to Canada to help front-line medical workers to cope with the coronavirus outbreak there.
Tencent Holdings Ltd has announced a string of investment plans in Wuhan, the city where the novel coronavirus first emerged and which has just lifted months-long lockdown.
China is stepping up efforts to ensure the supply of medical goods to meet surging demand both at home and abroad, as the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak continues to spread across the globe.
China's big three telecom carriers launched a new 5G-enabled messaging service on Wednesday that could prove to be a game-changer in social networking and pose challenges to Tencent's messaging services, analysts said.
Consumers with family obligations, people older than 35, business owners and Democrats were more likely to be extremely concerned about COVID-19 in mid-March, amid increasing U.S. response and news about the virus, according to an analysis of consumer survey responses posted on the website of Northwestern University (NU) on Tuesday.
"Good will triumph over evil. Let's see who will eventually win?" said Gong Yu, CEO of Beijing-based video-streaming platform iQIYI, after the company allegedly exaggerated revenue in a report by short-biased research firm Wolfpack Research.
Sports fans will have more to expect on Hainan Island as the development of a national sports tourism pilot zone in the island promises new attractions－staging of more big-ticket international sports events.
The COVID-19 pandemic may cost the Asia-Pacific region 0.8 percent of the gross domestic product, an estimated 172 billion U.S. dollars due to a massive drop in global demand for their exports alone, said a report issued by the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) on Wednesday.
China's leading pet food maker Yantai China Pet Foods Co., Ltd. (China Pet Foods) saw annual growth of 39.97 percent in net profit attributable to shareholders of the listed company in 2019, the company announced Wednesday.
China's big three telecom carriers unveiled a new 5G-enabled messaging service on Wednesday, which analysts said is likely to open a new era for social networking.
China will establish 46 pilot zones for cross-border e-commerce to promote stable development of foreign trade, Sina reported on Wednesday.
The gradual resumption of business and production has contributed to the recovery of the property market in March, and experts suggest the worst impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the sector may have passed.
The organizers of the 2020 Canadian Grand Prix, which was scheduled for June 12-14, have announced the postponement of the race due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Brazil's soybean industry has not been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and will continue exporting to China, its top client, at an "expansive" pace.
A new proposal has been reportedly put forward by some U.S. politicians to cut Chinese telecom heavyweight Huawei from global supply chains.