Some of the manufacturing equipment in those factories will be shipped to Vietnam, according to media reports.
Closer ties between Athens and Moscow, or Athens and Beijing are something Western powers will not want, says Marc Faber.
Allegations made after 2.4 tonnes of drug seized in Guangdong Province.
Modi government bolstering navy in Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea.
Temple gives insight into life of saint Atish Dipankar
China's internet regulators have shut down match-making sites and now require members to prove their identities
Shenzhen police chief Wang Yuanping sacked for abusing power.
Boy threw a lit firecracker into a sewer and triggered a blast in central China's Henan Province.
China is expected to average annual retail volume growth of 8.7% in the next two years, despite its economic slowdown.
Underwater gas field Lingshui 17-2 estimated to contain 100 billion cubic metres of natural gas reserves.
Chinese police accused of corruption as son of government official acts with impunity in murder case
Liu, former chairman of Hanlong Group, executed along with his brother and three others in central Chinese province Hubei.
Federal prosecutors reportedly see Gao Jue's hiring as violation of US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Cyberattack on Us health insurer Anthem exposed sensitive information of 80 million people.
Xinhua says Western media have been prejudiced and short-sighted in their portrayal of the Brics group.
Three-day test sees Chinese online retail giant Alibaba deliver packages of ginger tea, within an hour, by drone
Foreign ministers of Russia, India, and China are in Beijing for RIC gathering to discuss range of foreign policy issues.
China's State Council spells out reforms on investment, foreign trade, finance, services and ease of doing business.
Foxconn, manufacturer of the iPhone and many other technology products, will be making redundancies as smartphone demand and prices fall.
A Chinese court has heard what is believed the country's first lawsuit over gay workplace discrimination.