Coca-Cola's new factory in the Heilongjiang province city of Harbin has started construction.
The outdoor sports supplies brand Mammut has located its first retail store in the southwestern region of China in Chengdu, Sichuan.
U.S.-based nutrition company Herbalife can now conduct its direct-selling business in the southern Chinese province of Yunnan.
Switzerland-headquartered food and beverage company Nestle announced that the company has opened two new food manufacturing plants in China's Shandong and Anhui, respectively, representing its confidence in the Chinese market.
Taiwan's Uni-president Group recently announced plans to acquire Shanghai Huiyuan, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Huiyuan Juice, for CNY300 million.
Information from Nestle revealed that the company has invested CNY180 million in the building of a world-class dairy management and training center in Shuangcheng, Heilongjiang province, aiming to provide training to Chinese dairy farmers.
With the opening of additional six stores, Chinese supermarket operator Yonghui Superstores' retail outlets had reached 204 by the end of 2011.
Starbucks Coffee Company has entered another five new Chinese cities: Langfang, Hebei; Zhengzhou, Henan; Harbin, Heilongjiang; Xiangtan, Hunan; and Zhoushan, Zhejiang.
Chinese supermarkets operator Yonghui Superstores has signed a framework agreement with the People's Government of Yuhong, Shenyang, to build a new logistics center in this provincial capital of Liaoning province.
China Resources Vanguard, the retail subsidiary of China Resources (Holdings) Company, has announced that in 2010, the company opened over 450 new stores and realized sales of CNY71.8 billion.