China continues to attract several foreign investors, with the world's second-largest economy continuing its growth from strength to strength. However, one prominent Australian diplomat emphasized that doing business in China should take on the form of intensive engagement.
Tensions between China and South Korean on the THAAD deployment issue has intensified, pushing global cruise giants Carnival Corp and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd to cancel their China-based cruises to South Korean ports, Channel News Asia reported.
According to the latest forecast of eMarketer, mobile is on pace to become the leading advertisement spending channel in China. It is predicting that 60 percent of total media advertisement expenditures and close to 82 percent of digital ad spending will be dedicated to mobile by 2021.
Lotte Shanghai Foods has been ordered to stop production by Chinese authorities after it escalated the country's economic retaliation for the deployment of a U.S. missile-defense system in South Korea.
China has granted preliminary approval for 38 Trump-related trademarks, paving the way for U.S. President Donald Trump and his family to develop branded business ranging from mining and construction to hotels and resorts, official documents show.
There’s no doubting that the global economy continues to grow from strength to strength, thanks to the continued practice of neoliberal values as the world continues to grow its internationalized character. Nonetheless, the world isn’t spared from dangers posed by its current state of affairs.
China is shrouded in so much mystique, that one may wonder how its growth as the world’s second-largest economy has piqued the interest of many Western businesses. Doing business in China emerges as a challenging feat, considering that both the East and the West share cultural contrasts.
China’s nuclear power industry should be given priority by ensuring that nuclear power plants become the primary source of power in the country while its output should not be adjusted during fluctuations in power demand, according to the country’s top nuclear industry executive, China Daily reported.
In its recent acquisition move, Chinese conglomerate HNA Group has acquired an 80 percent stake in a Beijing-based media company that runs Caijing Magazine, one of the most popular and influential business magazines in the country, China Daily reported.
The American multinational corporation Intel may currently be rejoicing, but the company’s dominance may soon crumble as its leading customer Microsoft is now looking to use a chip from a different microprocessor manufacturer.
The United States is likely to suffer more in case it launches a trade war with China, as it will lose its access to low-priced goods manufactured in China, which will hit American consumers, according to the chairman of China’s largest beverage maker, Hangzhou Wahaha Group.
China and the Philippines have recently reconvened their trade panel, the Joint Commission on Economic and Trade Cooperation, to deepen their economic and trade relations. The meeting was held in Manila and was attended by China's commerce chief Zhong Shan and Philippine counterpart Ramon Lopez.
For two years in a row, billionaire capital Beijing keeps top spot in Hurun Global Rich List.
Chinese smartphone makers are extending their market reach with the aim to expand globally and challenge other players such as Apple and Samsung.
South Korean store chain Lotte Group called as “irrational, fabricated rumors” reports which circulated on Sina Weibo that its chairman Shin Dong-bin was interviewed by Global News Eye, a South Korean news portal.
Ancient Taiyuan County, which dates back to Ming Dynasty (A.D. 1368-1644), begins to take shape with efforts to restore relics to what they were like around 600 years ago.