Passengers will be able to scan a QR code with their mobile phone to pay for subway rides in Beijing, Beijing News reported, adding that the service may take effect across all subway lines in the capital before July.
Wal-Mart has defended its move to stop Alipay service at some stores in western China as "a commercial decision," Beijing Youth Daily reported.
The Ministry of Commerce will launch an anti-dumping investigation against imports of phenol produced in the United States, European Union, South Korea, Japan and Thailand.
The People's Bank of China has announced on its official website that the majority of 4th series renminbi (RMB) will be withdrawn from circulation on May 1.
He Kebin, an academician at China Engineering Academy, said the Ministry of Ecological Environment has piloted a project to monitor emissions from diesel-powered trucks in Tangshan City, Hebei Province.
The Beijing Traffic Management Bureau made requirements over tests of automatic cars clearer, demanding tests be conducted mainly outside the 5th Ring Road and the cars should have already driven more than 5,000 kilometers in closed areas.
The China Iron & Steel Association (CISA) said on Tuesday that it was satisfied with the decision by the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) to terminate an antitrust case.
China's four megacities Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen have driven the emergence and prosperity of the country's urban clusters, according to a report issued Tuesday.
DNA analysis has helped police identify an 11-year-old girl living on the 24th floor of a skyscraper as responsible for causing a three-month-old infant to fall into a coma, the Beijing News reported.
Chinese consumer app Meituan Dianping will officially launch its new ride-hailing service in Shanghai tomorrow, but it remains unclear when it will hit the Beijing market.