December 2 – The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE: KO) is being investigated by Chinese authorities following the death of a child in Changchun, Jilin province after drinking its Minute Maid milk beverage. Some cities have shelved products which came from the same production batches.
December 2 – Toyota Motor Corp (NYSE: TM) said its sales volume in China was about 82,000 units in November and 776,000 units in the first 11 months, down 1.3% and up 6.7% respectively from the same periods a year ago.
December 1 – Google Inc's (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android Market online software store had 250,000 users in China as of the end of September 2011, up 5.1% from the previous month, according to Analysys International.
December 1 – US battery maker Johnson Controls Inc (NYSE: JCI) said a probe of lead emissions in Shanghai cleared its local plant of wrongdoing, paving the way for it to resume production, the Wall Street Journal reported.
December 1 – AT&T Inc (NYSE: T) said it signed a deal with China Telecom Corp (NYSE: CHA, HKG: 0728) to connect its network infrastructure in the US and China to expand services for multinational companies that use their services in both countries, the Wall Street Journal reported. The new deal deepens ties between the two companies, which have a joint venture with Shanghai Symphony Telecommunications Co.
December 1 – Coach Inc (NYSE: COH) plans to increase its Chinese stores to 100, up from the current 55, by the end of next year. president Lew Frankfort said at the luxury goods maker's Hong Kong IPO news conference.
$1 = ¥6.33