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Boeing, Embraer May Have No Reason to Fear China’s Weak Rival AVIC

China’s state-run aircraft conglomerate AVIC lost money in the first half of this year and is behind schedule on passenger jet development projects.

Has Alibaba Lost Itself in Cyberspace with Odd Business Ventures?

While preparing for its IPO in New York, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has expanded way beyond its core to pursue businesses with used cars, software and vegetable farming

Sinopharm, Biostar, Lilly Rise on Medical Modernization in China

Pharmaceutical companies are profiting from China’s urban ailments and a growing appetite for western-style medicinal treatments

Are UPS, FedEx Tough Enough for China’s Competitive Courier Chaos?

Air shipping is what UPS and FedEx do best in China, but they could soon enter the booming and competitive market for online shopping package deliveries.

Why Tuniu Bleeds Red Ink in China’s Red-Hot Online Travel Market

The travel service’s spending on marketing in the second quarter far outpaced its rising stock value and surging demand in China for vacation deals sold online.

Watch Out for a Swelling Wave of Exports From China to the World

Mainland analysts say the Beijing government planned the latest surge in overseas exports, and they expect it to continue.

Chinalco Giving U.S. Investors a Way to Play China Rare Earths

China’s aluminum giant is picked to head one of three new mining groups that will handle what’s now 90% of the world’s rare earths extraction and processing.

PetroChina Under a Cloud as China’s Graft Battle Guts Front Office

A chairman, vice presidents and dozens of other executives have fallen since authorities started targeting ‘tigers’ at China’s biggest oil company almost one year ago

Why Dell Comes Out Clean While China Blacklists Apple, Microsoft

By pre-installing a Chinese operating system on its computers, Dell has so far avoided the pain of a Beijing campaign like those against Apple and other U.S. tech firms.

China Eastern, Ctrip Profit While Their Customers Sleep on Airport Chairs

Flight delays and cancellations frustrate a lot of travelers in China, but airlines and travel companies are still making money.

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