Guangzhou strives for better business environment
Guangzhou, capital city of Guangdong province, has reaped benefits from establishing a modern and international business environment.
Siemens expands tech strength for Greater Bay Area
German technology giant Siemens AG will continue to facilitate technological support in the Guangdong-Hong Kong–Macao Greater Bay Area, according to a senior executive of the company。
Bikinis, guitars and glasses...How China's small towns meet global demand
When you lie on the beach, soaking up the sunshine and relishing warm breeze, there is at least a 25-percent chance that your swimsuit was made in Huludao, an obscure city shaped like a gourd in northeast China.
Thirteen Hongs: China's Trade Legacy
In 2006, some 260 years after a wooden ship, the Goteborg, laden with Chinese goods, sank on the return trip to Sweden from Guangzhou, Guangdong province, a rebuilt vessel repeated the journey to the longtime trading hub in South China.
Foreign firms optimistic about Chinese market
Despite of international economic uncertainties, China has maintained stable economic growth and the Chinese market remains the favorite of many foreign firms。
OLED production plant begins operation in Guangzhou
A Generation 8.5 OLED panel production plant began operation in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, on Thursday.
Jack Ma on AI era: more time to enjoy being human
Jack Ma, an icon of China's Internet era, painted a rosy picture of the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) on Thursday, saying smarter machines will allow humans to better enjoy life.
China attracts investment from 98% of Fortune Global 500 companies
490 Fortune Global 500 companies have invested in China, said the country’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) at a press conference on Wednesday。
Huawei heads list of China's top 500 private firms
China on Thursday unveiled its latest rankings for its 500 largest private enterprises, with tech giant Huawei atop the list amid sound development of the country's private business。
"Trade dispute with China hurts," U.S. farmers long for settlement
"A lot less stressful!" said Jamie Beyer, a soybean grower in the Midwest U.S. state of Minnesota, referring to the life before the United States initiated trade tensions against China, a feeling widely shared by other U.S. farmers.