The first modern cross-sea bridge in Maldives, built by a Chinese company, was put into operation on August 30.
The project, located at Zambia’s Chambishi copper mine area, has investment of up to $830 million.
The base, founded in East China in 1990, has become one of the largest producers of special containers and logistics equipment.
China Metallurgical Group Corp, or MCC, China's major iron and steel construction enterprise, has been revitalized from a low ebb after removing redundant and unprofitable branches.
Typhoon Rumbia hit Shanghai on Aug 17 with speeds up to 23 meters per second. Most of East China was stricken by storms and big winds.
iFly Tek is the only Chinese tech company engaged in commercialization of voice recognition.
An abandoned old factory in Beijing will soon evolve into a cultural and technological innovation park where operas, concerts and literary and film-related events will be held in an effort to boost development of cultural industries in the city.
China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC), the country's largest offshore oil explorer, adheres to green development to better protect the ecological environment of the Bohai Sea when drawing resources from it.
The China-made MA60 can fly in extreme weather, take off and land at airstrips, and be renovated for multiple uses.
Qingdao CIMC Special Reefer Co Ltd, a major reefer containers producer in China, has the largest market share worldwide for many years.
The Xi'an Silk Road International Convention and Exhibition Center is under construction near the bank of the Bahe.
The facility, called an FPSO, is a floating oil and gas production, storage and offloading vessel.