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Samsung expands R&D team in emerging markets
(Aug 27, 2007) South Korea's Samsung Electronics will greatly expand the size of its overseas research and development (R&D) teams. Samsung is planning a new R&D center in Warsaw to strengthen cell phone and communications equipment R7D for the Eastern European market. The company also plans to expand its R&D teams in China ...
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Electronics exhibitors compete with price-cut
(Aug 27, 2007) The four-day Hong Kong Computer & Communications Festival 2007 (HKCCF 2007) came to an end on 27th August 2007. The number of visitors this year is expected to reach a new peak compared with those in the past. On 26th August 2007, there were 98,000 visitors. It is the day ...
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Reasons of MiTAC to move its production to Vietnam
(Aug 27, 2007) MiTAC International Corporation, the largest computer group in Taiwan, established its first factory in Vietnam in 2006. To further improve the supply chain there, MiTAC plans to carry out vertical integration like those in the Eastern and Southern China. MiTAC invested US$10 million in the first stage. It bought 50-year ...
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Vietnam becomes a production alternative to Pearl River Delta
(Aug 27, 2007) According to Ms Marjorie Yang, Chairman of Esquel Group, Vietnam has great potential for investment after it has joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2006. In order to carry out vertical integration, she decides to extend the supply chain into Vietnam. After the establishment of cotton production site in ...
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The latest trend of Hong Kong export of electronic products
(Aug 27, 2007) The Hong Kong Trade Development Council announced that Hong Kong's electronics export only grew by 1% in the first half of 2007, due to a 2% drop in export to mainland China arising from the decrease in component prices. Export to Europe and the U.S. recorded a 4% and 7% ...
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Growth noted in sale of HDTV and laptops
(Aug 27, 2007) Sale of electric appliance and video equipment surged in June 2007 to become one of the top three retail categories with most growth alongside automobiles and jewelery. Local electronic appliance retailer, Fortress, noted that customers had become more generous in buying high-definition (HD) TV of 37 to 42 inches and ...
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Belle sees major profit from sportswear
(Aug 27, 2007) Mainland China's largest shoe distributor, Belle International Holdings Ltd., will continue its expansion in the sportswear market, which has contributed much to its performance in the first half of 2007. Belle International's new sportswear business brought a turnover of RMB2.3 billion in the period. The company considers sportswear as a ...
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Russia invites Chinese firms to its pillar industries
(Aug 25, 2007) Russia encourages China to increase investment cooperation and create mutual benefit for each other. Russia believes cooperation with China can strengthen their energy and timber-processing industries. The investments will be mutually beneficial to both parties in the long run. In the timber industry, Khabarovsk owns prosperous natural resources. It exports ...
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New water-free toilet turns excrement into fertilizer
(Aug 25, 2007) Henry Hung, secretary of the Hong Kong Toilet Association, has invented a nanometer environmental-friendly toilet that does not consume any water. Hung noted that each flush consumes 3.5 liters of water. The toilet that he has developed heats excrement and turns it into powder. Using the nanometer technology, the odor ...
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Developers worry about depreciation due to North Point height limit
(Aug 25, 2007) Local developers and owners of old buildings in North Point on Hong Kong Island oppose the height limit on the district revised by the Government. The Town Planning Board (TPB) revised the height limit and put the maximum allowance of 100-140 metres on government and private land sites in June ...
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