Employees of Power Construction Corporation of China, a leading power engineering contractor, donated cash and goods worth up to 1.63 billion kip ($192,000) in late July to villagers in Laos.
An overseas construction project of China Civil Engineering Construction Corp (CCECC) won the Award of Merit during the sixth Global Best Projects competition.
Chinese central State-owned enterprises (SOEs) are ready to take part in the First China International Import Expo.
China Southern Airlines was named the World’s Most Improved Airline in 2018 at the awards ceremony of the 2018 World’s Best Airlines.
FirmSys, a domestically-developed high-safety nuclear power plant control system (DCS), was scheduled for its first application in the Yangjiang Nuclear Power Plant Unit 5, built by China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN), in Guangdong province on May 22.
Built by China Communications Construction Company (CCCC)’s Third Harbor Engineering Co Ltd, the main body for a multifunctional wharf in Cuba’s San Diego was recently completed, being the first infrastructure project by a Chinese enterprise in the country.
Tiankun, the first heavy cutter-section dredger self-developed by China, underwent a three-day sea trial in Qidong, East China's Jiangsu province from June 8 to 11.
State Grid is the first Chinese company in the sector to receive the most prestigious honor in the US electric power industry.
Beibu Gulf Port Group signed a joint venture agreement with Singapore's PSA International at the Pan-Beibu Gulf Economic Cooperation Forum held on May 24 to set up an internet company to strengthen cooperation between ports of the two countries.
At around 9 am on May 22, the company got an emergency rescue message from the Mauritian coast guard that the Island Bird sailing vessel had encountered a sudden fresh gale at around 13 degrees south latitude and some 56 degrees east longitude.
China Chengtong Holdings Group Ltd signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange on May 28.
A bridge established by China Road and Bridge Corp (CRBC) was inaugurated on May 27 in Cao Lanh, capital city of Dong Thap province, South Vietnam.