• Logistics in China

    Zhejiang Province Tapped To Promote Eco-Friendly Packaging

    China's Zhejiang province is home to Alibaba and other private companies, which is why it's not surprising that provincial advisors are encouraging the coastal province to lead the way in "greener" packaging processes. The country's fight against pollution continues as JD.com shared its eco-friendly packaging solutions for other logistics chains to try.
  • Chinese Spring Festival

    China’s Domestic Tourism Is Quickly Moving Forward

    Domestic tourism in China has grown significantly over the last year, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism announced. Also, representatives for the Chinese and Lao government launched the Visit Laos-China Year 2019 program in Vientiane.
  • A man passes by an Oppo shop in Singapore

    Business: Chinese Brands Lead 2018 Smartphone Sales List

    2018 was generally sluggish for technological industries but in a recent report, Sino Market Research revealed that Chinese mobile brands led the way in the list of top smartphone sellers. Oppo particularly took the lead.
  • European Union

    Britain To Pay EU Even With No-Deal Brexit

    Brussels wasted no time in letting the U.K. know that it has to pay $39 billion in financial settlements, whether a deal is reached or not. Prime Minister Theresa May's request for renegotiations has been rejected.
  • U.S. and Chinese flags

    Proposed Foreign Investment Law to Open More Global Doors

    Chinese lawmakers have started reviewing the draft of a proposed foreign investment law. The draft briefing kicked off as China's delegation arrived in China for trade negotiations.
  • Wine bottles

    Ao Yun Wine: The Perfect Match For New Year Food

    Yunnan province is home to Ao Yun wine, the brand that has been making waves in the global wine industry. It pairs well with various food and features a unique taste for wine lovers who seek something new.
  • China Infrastructure

    Inside Qinghai Province’s Poverty Eradication Bid

    China's Qinghai province aims to lift up its remaining 77,000 impoverished residents this year. Among the local government's efforts in this bid is the construction of the country's first 5G base station in the plateau area.
  • Online Financial Businesses in China

    The Role Of Mobile Payment Service In Customer Habits

    Mobile payment services are more popular than ever, especially among Chinese tourists. A recent survey revealed that these modes of payment are encouraging travelers to spend more while they're abroad.
  • iPhone 6

    Apple CEO In A Bind Since Replacing Steve Jobs

    Apple's Tim Cook is in the hot seat as financial analysts wait for his next move following the huge drop in iPhone sales last year. Cook has hinted that Apple is re-pricing iPhones. Could it mean that discounts will be announced soon?
  • SAP

    SAP CEO Heaps Praise on Chinese Market

    SAP CEO Bill McDermott has shared his insights on worries about the Chinese market. The software giant chief said the company isn't experiencing issues with sales, contrary to claims made by other tech providers.
  • WTO office

    Former WTO Court Judge Talks ‘Inconsistent’ U.S. Tariffs on China Goods

    A former WTO Appellate Body judge has spoken up on U.S. tariffs placed upon Chinese goods. China has also sought the help of the World Trade Organization despite the lack of panel members to hear the case.
  • Rock band

    Chinese Musical Instruments Take Center Stage in Botswana Exhibit

    Gaborone, Botswana opened its doors for an exhibit of musical instruments made by Chinese brands. The exhibit was hosted by Paradise Melody Instruments and featured guitars, pianos, and violins, among others.
  • Oil plant

    Crude Prices Down, U.S. Sanctions Venezuela

    The global market has started expressing concerns for a slowing economy as crude oil prices dropped on Monday. Sanctions on Venezuela have also sparked concerns on further oil price dips.
  • Great Hall of People

    Why China’s Internet Courts were Established

    Online disputes can now be handled with ease as China's Internet Courts are being established around the country. These courts are part of the government's efforts in helping complainants reach a conclusion for their cases in a more convenient way.
  • Bing logo

    Source Claims Bing Outage Unintentional, Caused by Technical Issues

    This week in search engine reports, Bing and Baidu topped the list. A source claimed that Bing's outage was caused by technical errors while Baidu's stock ascent was predicted by an analyst.
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