China is in discussions with India to help it build the world's second-longest high-speed railroad with a price tag of 200 billion yuan.
Russia attempts to stabilize global oil market by not exceeding its annual production of 525 million tons.
Executives of China's biggest State-owned enterprises may have to publicly reveal their salaries.
Global business confidence dropped to a five-year low in October, marking a sharp fall in optimism.
A rise in the water level of the Yangtze River has seen companies forsake road and rail transport in favor of shipping.
Online shopping is a way of life for millions and they are buying ever-larger - sometimes even cars.
Steel exports soared 39.3 percent year-on-year to 65.34 million metric tons in the first nine months of 2014.
The Chinese central government hopes to offer more quality jobs to migrant workers to help ease them into urban living.