The first phase of a coal gasification project in north China is complete and will start to supply gas to Beijing at the end of this year.
A State Council report on Tuesday said that more government investment will go to large infrastructure projects in west China
The China Enterprise Council held its annual conference and a seminar on US-China Provinces Economic and Trade Cooperation in Los Angeles.
Whether China's largely State-driven infrastructure construction is excessive is always a topic subjected to vehement debate at home and abroad. A recent study offered a new clue to the answer.
An imbalance between supply and demand in the realty market has created rising housing prices and rentals in China’s first- and second-tier cities.
China is likely to purchase billions of yuan of rare-earth minerals starting next month to bolster its strategic reserves, industry sources said.
Chinese vice premier Zhang Gaoli has called for resolute and steady efforts to combat air pollution in heavily-polluted areas.
First-half financial statements for listed rare-earth companies show an industry grappling with plunging profits and flat revenue, but analysts said the sector is getting back to normal as prices and demand recover.
A fire ceremony held to pray for blessings commenced Bayannur of Inner Mongolia autonomous region on Jan 20.
Inner Mongolia has promoted winter tourism via an assortment of festivals and events and to present its natural resources alongside unique nomadic culture.