China will employ 100,000 security guards to work during the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, according
First quarter crude imports in China jumped 35.7% year-on-year to 30.14 million tons, according to sta
China recorded its third consecutive monthly trade deficit in March, according to the mainland's custo
China experienced a US$900 million trade deficit with India in 2003, according to India's foreign trad
China Eastern Airlines reported losses of US$114.8 million in 2003, a sharp turnaround from its US$10.
China Southern Airlines announced that it plans to purchase 21 Airbus jets for US$1.3 billion.
Chinese and European Union (EU) representatives signed agreements to cooperate on space exploration at
Japan's Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries announced a partial lifting of the country's b
China Life Group has been ordered to pay US$8.15 million in fines for accounting irregularities and un
The National People's Congress (NPC) passed a draft amendment to China's Foreign Trade Law that will g
The European Union (EU) plans to increase quotas for Chinese textiles on May 1, when ten new member co
The Ministry of Commerce said that China was considering the requests by the European Union (EU) and J
China became the world's number three importer in 2003, according to a report released by the World Tr
Japan announced it is considering raising a formal complaint at the WTO against China's semiconductor
China's finance minister said that the central government plans to engineer a soft landing for the cou
The State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) announced that China's foreign debt grew 13% year-
The US International Trade Commission voted unanimously to impose anti-dumping duties on Chinese tissu
Foreign banks are steadily expanding their presence in China. Will this prove to be wise or an expression of irrational exuberance?
Television, one of the last industries to open to foreign investment, is preparing for a leap towards allowing foreign investment. Change will be big - but slow, says Joe Havely.
China and the United States have moved into another rough patch in relations, with squabbles about trade, tax and currency issues overshadowing ties.
Japan and the European Union (EU) joined the US in formally complaining to the World Trade Organizatio
The EU issued a warning to China regarding mainland restrictions on exports of coking coal, saying tha
Officials from China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) agreed to meet with their US counterparts to atte
China's domestic poultry production is projected to drop by 20% in 2004, according to Chinese media re
Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) criticized China's trade practices in its annua
China agreed to discuss a complaint made by the US at the World Trade Organization (WTO) regarding Chi
Russian railways will undergo a US$1.4 billion transportation capacity upgrade to accommodate increasi
US Trade Representative Robert Zoellick said that more trade charges could be brought up against China
China and Myanmar signed 21 agreements focused on improving trade between the two countries.
China said it will launch its first lunar satellite in 2007 as a part of its lunar exploration project