The official manufacturing purchasing managers' index (PMI) rose to 50.2 in June from 49.6 in May, China's National Bureau of Statistics said
Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication 8 - which outline tactics, techniques and procedures - attempts to instill media awareness in the ranks, the US publication said.
China's space programme has denied claims that it was caused by a Long March 3 rocket that launched the country’s Chang’e-5 mission in October 2014, although the orbit matches
New York-based Grizzly Research alleged that China EV manufacturer Nio used creative accounting to inflate its net income margins. Nio said on Thursday the claims had no merit and 'contained errors'.
Relaxed Covid rules and economic support statements are reversing earlier outflows from China's equity markets.
Nearly half of households surveyed by the PBOC in the second quarter think employment prospects remain "grim."
China's smartphone firms have gained ground in the Russian market, says retailer M.Video, after Western tech giants halted sales over the invasion of Ukraine
UltraTech Cement is bringing in 157,000 tonnes of coal from Russian producer SUEK and paying for it with Chinese yuan
China's Embassy in Washington said it has not provided assistance to either party in the war, and it opposed the addition of five Chinese firms to the US trade blacklist
China's Tianqi Lithium Corp plans to open its books on Thursday, June 30, for a listing in Hong Kong in mid-July that could raise $1-2 billion, sources have revealed
The carmaker laid off about 200 employees at the driver-assistant system unit. One man who lost his job said: "We're definitely shocked; we're definitely blindsided."