- China sets industrial output target at 8% for 2015
- Brazil-China trade will continue to flourish in 2015
- China's foreign service trade deficit grows
- Apple iPhone sales trample expectations
- Car ownership tops 154 million in China in 2014
- Internet firms 'must obey rules'
- China agrees to allow imports of all US apples
The yuan moved into the top five among world payment currencies in November, overtaking the Canadian and Australian dollars by value.
China's GDP will grow by around 7 percent in 2015 and it will be able to create enough jobs in the year.
COSCO Group will continue to run two container terminals of Piraeus port in Greece under a 35-year concession agreement.
The combined export and import value of Chinese forest products like wood and bamboo climbed to 138 billion U.S. dollars last year.
Subdued by the government's anti-corruption campaign, the once high-flying distillers are set to rise again.
China's crude imports will grow 4.3 percent year-on-year to some 78 million metric tons during the first quarter of the year.
They have created a new formula to calculate a person's obesity level, which they call the IOI.