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Mainland Chinese To Buy More From Taiwan
(Dec 31, 2009) The total amount of mainland Chinese procurement of Taiwan-made commodities and products reached US$14 billion in 2009, accounting for 7.6% of Taiwan's total export amount in the first 11 months of the year, according to Fan Liqing, Spokesperson of the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office. The procured products include electronic ...
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Online Sales Tops RMB250bn in China
(Dec 31, 2009) The total amount of online shopping sales reached RMB250 billion in mainland China in 2009, marking the third consecutive year of rapid growth. An online shopping trend report in China said online shopping had taken up 1.97% of the total amount of consumer retail sales in China. The number of ...
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China UnionPay and HSBC Go Beyond Hong Kong
(Dec 25, 2009) China UnionPay and HSBC have launched the HSBC CUP ATM acceptance business in 8 countries including Bangladesh, Mauritius, Maldives, Thailand, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Singapore and Brunei. The CUP card ATM machine business will mainly be available in the capitals, major cities and tourist attractions in the eight countries which will ...
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China Widens Retail Sales Base to the Countryside
(Dec 25, 2009) China's total retail sales value of consumer goods is expected to exceed RMB12.5 trillion this year, up more than 15% on-year despite the financial tsunami. Minister of Commerce Chen Deming indicated the government would do more next year to keep retail sales up. About 100,000 village-based retail sales points will ...
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China's Retail Sales Outperformed Foreign Trade
(Dec 25, 2009) The total amount of retail sales in China is expected to increase more than 15% year-on-year, according to Chen Deming, Minister of Commerce (MOC). The total retail sales of merchandise soared 15.8% year-on-year in November and grew 15.3% year-on-year from January to November, a growth much stronger than imports and ...
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Hong Kong Should Not Ignore Cruise Industry
(Dec 23, 2009) Wing On Travel appeals to the Hong Kong government to attach more importance to the development of cruise industry in a bid to raise the competitive strength and attraction of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong government should consider giving more discounts to support cruise industry development, said Lanny Leung, CEO ...
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China Sees Six Years of Good Harvest
(Dec 22, 2009) China's grain output is expected to increase for the sixth consecutive year, staying well above 500 billion kilograms for the third consecutive year, according to Ministry of Agriculture (MOA). The farming areas are expected to increase 34 million mu (1mu=1/6acre) this year, reaching 700 million mu during this winter and ...
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China's CPI To Rise 5% in 2010, Linked with Food and Housing
(Dec 19, 2009) Deutsche Bank's chief economist of Greater China, Ma Jun, forecast that China's CPI will reach 5% in 2010 although National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) sees no real threat from inflation. NBS' chief economist Yao Jingyuan said deflation was gone in China now that the CPI had climbed back to the ...
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Visa PayWAVE Available at 7-Eleven
(Dec 18, 2009) Visa International will work with 7-Eleven to set up 1,600 payWAVE POS terminals in over 950 stores in Hong Kong, enabling customers to enjoy fast shopping experience. Customers only need to wave their visa cards before the terminal for purchase of items with an amount of less than HK$500. Signing ...
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Suning Enters High-end Appliance Market in China
(Dec 17, 2009) Suning Appliances is going to open hundreds of luxurious household appliances stores in China over the next three years, targeting the affluent class. Suning plans to open 100 luxurious household appliances stores targeted at mid-and high-end consumers in first-tier markets. The company will firstly establish 20 stores in Beijing, Shanghai, ...
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