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Taiwan-Based Star Travel Enters the Mainland Market
(Feb 13, 2009) Star Travel under the Taiwanese computer, communication and consumer electronics (3C) retailer Tsann Kuen Enterprise Co. Ltd. (Tsann Kuen) will open 17 outlets in the mainland's coastal cities this year. As the first Taiwan-invested travel agency in the mainland, Star Travel has obtained approval from the Chinese National Tourism Administration ...
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Las Vegas Sands May Sell Four Seasons Macao
(Feb 13, 2009) Las Vegas Sands Corp., the parent-company of Sands Macao Hotel, wishes to shed debt by selling non-core business in Macao. Las Vegas Sands has been contacting investors and hoping to sell the ownership of its Four Seasons Macao. However, due to contractual restriction, the land for the service apartment hotel ...
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1mn Guangdong College Graduates Waiting for Jobs
(Feb 13, 2009) As many as 1 million university graduates are looking for work in Guangdong province, putting great pressure on society. Guangdong itself has 330,000 university graduates this year. Together with 100,000 graduates not finding work last year, and 500,000-600,000 students flooding into Guangdong from other provinces, Guangdong now has 1 million ...
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Regal Hotels Near 20 Hotel Management Target
(Feb 13, 2009) Regal Hotels International Holdings Ltd. is managing 11 hotels in China, not far away from its target of 20 hotels in five to ten years. Regal Hotels International's 11th hotel under management will open in Sichuan's Chengdu this September. The Chengdu Xindu Hotel is a hotel project of developed by ...
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Marriott Plans Courtyard Expansion
(Feb 12, 2009) The American lodging giant Marriott International Inc. plans to open more than 200 hotels under the Courtyard brand worldwide over the next three years. Executive Vice-President for Asia Geoff Garside with Marriott International revealed that the group will open 60 Courtyard hotels this year, in which 10 will be established ...
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Kerry Properties and Shangri-la Invest RMB2bn in Tangshan, Hebei
(Feb 12, 2009) Kerry Properties Ltd. and Shangri-la Asia Ltd., together with two other connected companies, have won a joint bid of land in Tangshan of Hebei province, China. The joint venture will pay approximately RMB377 million for two pieces of land in Tangshan covering a total land area of 94,768 sq. meters. ...
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Fujian Sends More Cruises To Taiwan
(Feb 10, 2009) Fujian province plans to open direct cross-strait cruise routes from Xiamen and Fuzhou in Fujian province to Taiwan. The Fujian provincial government announced a planning on coastal ports, which involves several new schemes of cross-strait transportation, Xinhua News Agency reported. According to the planning, Fujian will make Xiamen port, Fuzhou ...
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Shanghai Lujiazui Denies Disneyland Investment Rumor
(Feb 10, 2009) Shanghai Lujiazui Group Co. Ltd. (Lujiazui Group) denied reports on the group's investment in the proposed Disneyland theme park in Shanghai. Recent reports have quoted sources saying that the theme park project will be handled by a joint-venture company formed by Disney and a new cultural development company under the ...
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Guangdong High-tech Manufacturing Grew 17% in '08
(Feb 10, 2009) Guangdong's high-tech manufacturing achieved rapid growth in 2008. According to Guangdong statistics bureau, Guangdong's high-tech manufacturing registered RMB317.94 billion value-added in 2008, surged 16.5% on year. The growth rate was 3.7% higher than the province's overall industrial value-added growth rate. The electronics and telecommunications equipment manufacturing recorded RMB235.411 billion value-added ...
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Alibaba to Hire 5,000 Workers for E-commerce
(Feb 09, 2009) Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group plans to recruit 5,000 workers this year, representing about 42% of the current staff size. John Spelich, spokesperson of Alibaba, pointed out that online transaction market had shown great performance even under the financial tsunami, hence contributing to this year's headcount expansion. The group's B2B ...
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