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E-commerce Chains Chongqing's Logistic and Capital Flows
(Nov 28, 2011) Chongqing is just the 14th biggest e-commerce markets in China in terms of participants today but over the next few years, it expects a head-to-toe remake in the e-commerce industry which will boost its IT flow, logistic flow and undoubtedly capital circulation already touching US$30 billion. Chongqing has about 13.96 ...
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Transport Investment Grows 11.5% on Robust Domestic Trade
(Nov 28, 2011) Fixed asset investment in transport infrastructure in China broke RMB1 trillion from January to October thanks to robust domestic trade by land and by water. The Ministry of Transport reveals that from January to October 2011, fixed asset investment in transport infrastructure amounted to RMB1.14 trillion, showing a growth of ...
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Only Online Sales Can Make It
(Nov 24, 2011) Only online sales will be able to make it when hundreds of millions of dollars of transactions are required to be done in a matter of several minutes. Taobao.com made it on November 11. Online sales will be able to deliver the kind of exponential or explosive-type of sales at ...
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China's Service Sector Captures More Foreign Investments
(Nov 17, 2011) The service industry in China, including tourism, wholesale and retail, continues to capture foreign direct investment (FDI) like magnet this year, a scenario totally different from the manufacturing industry. From January to October 2011, China absorbed US$95.01 billion of FDI, posting a 15.86% growth year-on-year. The service industry captured US$44.51 ...
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Shanghai Railway Prepares for Early Lunar New Year
(Nov 17, 2011) Shanghai Railway Bureau has already started repairing and adjusting 4,154 rail wagons in preparation for an early arrival of Lunar New Year traveling season which starts on January 8, 2012, eleven days ahead of the one in 2011. The passenger railway team of Shanghai Railway Bureau is doing surveys in ...
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Telecom Sales Grow 10% in China
(Oct 27, 2011) The number of 3G mobile phone users continues to grow in China, reaching a total of 102 million users as of the end of September 2011. The telecom industry has staged buoyant growth so far in the year. From January to September, core sales revenue in the telecom industry surged ...
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Add Value to Financial Service Outsourcing
(Oct 24, 2011) The financial service outsourcing business is a hot business for both developed and emerging countries as the pie has swiftly grown to a size of US$1.2 trillion. Speaking at the 3rd China BFSI Outsourcing Summit held in Kunshan, Jiangsu province, Zhao Ling-hua, head of international balance of payment at State ...
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Internet of Object Expands Application, to RMB500Bn in 2015
(Oct 21, 2011) An industry chain for internet of objects has already been formed in China after years of development fostered first by government policies and later by improved technological application, according to the China Internet of Object Development Annual Report 2010-2011 issued by Xinhua Agency yesterday. The internet of object is able ...
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Bankers Trained to Appreciate and Invest in Art
(Oct 19, 2011) Financial News of China is going to sponsor art appreciation and investment training seminars for bankers in this November and December, preparing for the booming private banking and alternative investment markets. The two training sessions will be held in Xiamen, Fujian province and Haikou, Hainan province in November and December ...
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China Development Bank as the Biggest Financier of Chinese Culture
(Oct 17, 2011) China Development Bank (CDB) has lent over RMB100 billion to the cultural industry, becoming the biggest financier of the Chinese cultural industry. At its third quarter meeting, CDB revealed that as of the end of September 2011, it had lent RMB105.3 billion to the cultural industry which is becoming another ...
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