From January to November in 2021, the country's internet and related service enterprises with annual sales revenue above 5 million yuan together completed business income of 1,415.5 billion yuan ($222.57 billion).
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and other fourteen government departments recently issued a document to guide the development of the country's robotics industry during the "14th Five-Year Plan" period.
According to the announcement from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on Thursday, a total of 106 apps, including Douban, Changba, Alihuishou and Knews, have been put on a list of apps to be removed.
Rumors have been floating around that all APPs under Tencent's business will suspend updates for the time being. Tencent responded that it is cooperating with the regulatory authorities to conduct a routine compliance testing.
Xpeng Motors announced on Monday that it has obtained approval from China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to hold the highest licensed equity of 50% in both Yidian Chuxing and Zhipeng IoV.
The official website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) issued a notice on Monday to standardize Internet services such as Internet advertisements, netdisk services and personal privacy information.
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) issued a notice today in regard to a pilot plan for methods of new energy vehicle power swapping.
CAICT, a think tank under the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, released a report on Tuesday regarding the domestic mobile phone market.
A notice was issued by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology today, saying that the 96 apps that had failed to complete the necessary platform fixes within the required time limit were removed from app stores.
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) held an administrative guidance meeting on September 9th and proposed standards for instant messaging services.
Tesla received state subsidies for 101,082 vehicles sold in the country in 2020, for a combined total of 2.12 billion yuan ($329 million), according to data released Monday by China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).
MIIT said on Wednesday that it plans to coordinate the research institutions involved in the issue to formulate a standard of sodium-ion batteries and will support them in their formulations and approvals.
China’s information and industrial authority advocated for further cooperation between semiconductor manufacturers to prepare for the upcoming 5G era.