Japanese furniture and home decoration brand Nitori will open a flagship store in Xujiahui, Shanghai.
The world's leading supermarket retailer Carrefour announced that the company will enhance investments in logistics distribution centers in mainland China over the next two years.
Wal-Mart China will open about 30 high-quality stores and more distribution centers as an important step for its three-year development plan announced in October 2013, according to a recent company statement.
Latest statistics revealed by China Gold Association showed that during 2013, China's gold consumption was over 1,000 tons for the first time, reaching 1,176.4 tons.
L'Oreal announced that its plant expansion project in Yichang, Hubei, has been completed.
U.S.-based nutrition company Herbalife can now conduct its direct-selling business in the southern Chinese province of Yunnan.
The board of directors of Guangzhou Pharmaceutical Holdings Limited has approved Wanglaoji, its herbal tea subsidiary, to build a new factory in Ya'an, Sichuan, with an investment of CNY298 million.
French retailer Carrefour has added a new greater central region department in China.
Intime Department Store has published its performance report for the first half of 2012, stating that it gained net profit of CNY547 million during the reporting period in China.
Japanese retail group Aeon will launch three new shopping centers in Wuhan, Hubei province, over the next few years.