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Specializing Fertilizer Production and Circulation
(Oct 10, 2011) The fertilizer production and circulation industry in China will enter a stage of specialization after three decades of development that have made China the biggest producer and consumer of fertilizer. According to the China Agricultural Means Industry Annual Development Report 2010 issued by China Agricultural Means of Production Circulation Association ...
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Heilongjiang Expects 15% Growth in Grain Output
(Oct 07, 2011) China's northeastern province of Heilongjiang will produce 15% more food this year, expecting 57.5 million kilograms of grain output. The province expects to produce additional 7.5 million kilograms of food or a total of 57.5 million kilograms in 2011, which is growing for eight years in a row. In the ...
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The Booming Rent-a-car Market in Dalian, Liaoning
(Oct 07, 2011) The car rental business in Dalian, Liaoning province has grown 400% over that in 2004 when only 6,000 cars were up for rent then. Thanks to the dramatically rising trade and expo businesses and numerous large and small weddings in the city, the car rental business has grown rapidly. In ...
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Amazon.com.cn Made its Debut in Beijing, China
(Oct 06, 2011) The Chinese version of Amazon.com made its debut in Beijing on September 29 under the alliance of China International Books Trading Corporation and Amazon.com Inc of the U.S. Amazon.com.cn started its trial run in this August and so far, thousands of books, including imported international books in foreign languages, have ...
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Creativity Industry Sprouts in Shanghai
(Oct 06, 2011) The creativity industry in Shanghai posted strong growth in 2010, contributing 14% to the city's economic growth last year. The cultural creativity industry in Shanghai had a total production output value of RMB549.9 billion in 2010. The industry created added value of RMB167.3 billion, showing a growth of 15.6% over ...
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PBOC Checks Pre-paid Cards in Beijing, Shanghai
(Oct 04, 2011) During the National Day holiday, seven ministries, led by the People's Bank of China (PBOC), have undertaken a joint action to investigate the use of pre-paid cards issued by non-financial groups in Beijing and Shanghai. The visits to Beijing and Shanghai which are the biggest commercial pre-paid card markets in ...
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Guangzhou's Department Stores Jam-packed with Holiday Customers
(Oct 04, 2011) In Guangzhou, Guangdong, even high-end department stores jam-packed with customers looked like they were ordinary supermarkets on the first day of the National Day holiday when RMB128 million worth of merchandise were sold, revealing the vast purchasing power of Chinese people. Several new department stores, including Taikoo Hui, Huacheng Plaza ...
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Good Weather Speeds China's Fall Harvest
(Oct 03, 2011) The agricultural department in China has attributed stable grain production to the better than expected weather conditions, saying the country expects to output 1.1 trillion catties (one catty = half a kilogram) of grain this year. The fall harvest has already been started in China and over 599 million mu ...
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NDRC Cracks Down on Sugar Pricing Manipulation
(Oct 03, 2011) The state price monitoring and antitrust inspection unit in China has investigated ten major sugar production companies, finding that two of them have manipulated sugar pricing that disrupts market order. The price monitoring unit of National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has dug out pricing irregularities at Guangxi Fengtang and ...
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National Day Holiday Consumption Brings Hong Kong HK$4.2Bn
(Oct 03, 2011) Mainland Chinese tourists on spending sprees are expected to leave Hong Kong with a coveted tourism income of HK$4.2 billion this week, buying anything they like from cosmetics to million-dollar watches. During the seven-day National Day holiday, which starts with national pride on October 1, about 400 mainland Chinese tours ...
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