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Business turns for the better via Shanghai
(Mar 19, 2014) SHANGHAI - New business is brewing up around China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone where high-paying professional services or small trades such as wine import may take a turn for the better. Many Chinese companies are in combat mode, ready to take their business to the global stage via Shanghai ...
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Science keeps future promising, poll shows
(Mar 21, 2014) YANGZHOU, Jiangsu - A survey conducted by China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) showed that more than 70% of citizens in the eastern coastal province of Jiangsu believed scientific technologies would bring more opportunities for the next generation. The survey showed that 9.79% of residents in Jiangsu were knowledgeable ...
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Unilever buys into China's water venture
(Mar 25, 2014) NINGBO, Zhejiang - Unilever is buying into China's water purifying market, acquiring a 55% equity stake of Qinyuan Group based in Ningbo, Zhejiang in expectation for doubling growth. Unilever is keen on expanding the sale and market share of Pureit, its flagship household water-purifying product introduced to China years ago. ...
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Manufacturers gear up for high-end bikes
(Mar 31, 2014) TIANJIN - The bicycle market in Tianjin, China is estimated to grow to a scale of RMB140 billion in five years, and manufacturers are gearing up for bicycles fit for casual cycling, leisure or competitive sports. The high-end market of bicycles or bikes, manual or motored, will be the focus ...
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Global trade: Future for Silk Road countries
(Apr 01, 2014) LIANYUNGANG, Jiangsu - One of Jiangsu's busiest port operators, Lianyungang Port Group, in February signed a joint venture agreement with Kazakhstan Railway Logistics Co. Ltd. to operate international cargo transport and transit services, giving countries along the ancient Silk Road access to modern seaports in China. Central Asian countries, including ...
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Chinese capital blends with foreign technology for better food
(Apr 01, 2014) KUNMING, Yunnan - Coffee beans companies from Yunnan province of China is making huge progress in Phongsali in north Laos where Chinese capitals are blended with foreign efforts or technologies to produce better food. Coffee companies based in Yunnan signed contracts with six counties in Phongsali province to grow 180,000 ...
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Spending keeps China's economy running
(May 07, 2014) BEIJING - Stable prices of consumer goods and mass-market consumption kept China's economy steady in the first quarter of the year, although export faltered to a state catching the Premier's attention. Steady growth in mass consumption, instead of spending on luxury and expensive items, has kept retail sales in a ...
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Positives building up for speed post
(Jul 16, 2014) JINAN, Shandong - The provincial government of Shandong announced last week that financing-natured leasing companies were encouraged to provide financial guarantee or loan pledges to small-business courier or speed post companies, bolstering root-level expansion of speed post services for digital retailing. China has grown to be the world's second largest ... 722 words, UPS, SF Express, ZTO Express, China Postal Express & Logistics, Yunda ...
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Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei aligned with digital trades
(Jul 10, 2014) BEIJING - A unified or rather simplified customs clearance procedure has taken effect in Beijing and the neighbouring city of Tianjin from 1 July, trimming trade costs and re-igniting the economic flame of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei metropolitan region. The simplified procedure in customs declaration and clearance adopted by Beijing Customs and ... 642 words ...
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No signs of slowing in Shanghai food retail
(Jun 20, 2014) SHANGHAI - New scenes are appearing in retail Shanghai this July when Guangxi-grown fruit has made its debut and major retailers including Lianhua Supermarkets, Maxim's of Hong Kong, and Carrefour are all staging big moves. Lianhua Supermarkets signed contracts with agricultural groups in Guangxi Autonomous Region to sell fruit nationwide. ... 609 words, Lianhua Supermarkets, Maxim's, Carrefour, Jinsui Agricultural Group, JD.com, Yihaodian ...
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