Yuan Luhang

Biz Reporter
Finance

Chinese shares rise slightly on Friday

Chinese shares rose slightly in thin trading on Friday. Shares in lithium cells, liquor, brokerages and petrol led the gains.
Economy

Henkel: 'We are very encouraged by China's priority on sustainable development'

German chemical and consumer goods company Henkel AG has been in operation for 142 years, 30 of them in China's mainland.
Finance

Chinese main stock indexes slump on Friday

A-shares dipped their most in five weeks as stocks plunged across the board, with property and materials among the biggest losers.
Finance

China's main stock indexes fell

China's main stock indexes fell on Thursday, extending a lengthy slump. Securities sectors were among the biggest losers.
Event

Lingang is in the fast lane with latest co-operative agreements

11 central enterprises (state-owned enterprises managed by the central government), scientific research institutions and industry leaders established themselves in Lingang.
Economy

Giving voice to the issues faced by enterprises

Local private companies expect easier financing, lower threshold of market admission and better communication as Shanghai facilitates the growth of private businesses.
Economy

Allocation of resources set to be improved

The 20 new measures issued recently by Shanghai Municipal People's government aim to improve the allocation of resources and promote the quality of industries development.
Event

Your house is about to get smarter

People's homes predicted to be a premium market for smart applications according to the supplier of building control systems to the expo venue.
Economy

Cruising through a stretch of rough seas

By land, by air and now by sea, the Chinese have come to dominate world tourism. Cruise lines are now capitalizing on that travel bug, despite some rough seas this year.
Event

Shanghai draws industrial map to serve investors

Shanghai issued an industrial map yesterday that spells out investment guidance and development plans for industries. 
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