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.
As warnings continue to be sounded about the bubble in China's housing market, real estate industry insiders are warning of another, but one that few people are aware of.
China plans to make industrial restructuring of the country's western parts more innovation and science-driven over the next seven years.
China's polysilicon industry is hanging on by a thread, with its survival threatened by cheap imports and sluggish demand, according to a report released by China's silicon industry association.
China's small banks have already changed their way of thinking and have begun treating smaller businesses as important customers.