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South Korea's Hyundai and Kia Suffer Sales Drop in China

Hyundai and Kia recorded significant drops in China sales last month due to THAAD row with China.

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Alibaba Prefers Developing E-Commerce in Emerging Markets Rather than Competing in the US

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba prefers to expand and develop e-commerce in nascent markets such as India and South East Asia rather than compete directly with other players in the U.S., according to an article by

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Chinese Commodity Market Will Now Have Pork Index

Pork index has been introduced to China’s commodity market to help mitigate risks of fluctuating pork prices.

Prospective Home Buyers in Beijing
Beijing’s New Measures to Curb Rising Cost in Property Market Emulated by 50 Other Cities

Some Chinese cities have followed the steps taken by Beijing municipal government as it implemented new measures aimed at curbing the rising home prices in the capital, Reuters reported.

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ChemChina, Syngenta Agree to Divest US Assets as FTC Condition for Merger

In a move to settle the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charges that the proposed ChemChina-Syngenta merger would affect competition in U.S. markets, the two companies have agreed to divest three types of pesticides, according to Street Insider.

Farmland pork products, a brand owned by Smithfield Foods Inc, on sale at a supermarket in China.
China Utilizing US Technology in Manufacturing Sausage, Other Cold Cuts

China's WH Group is preparing to build a second Smithfield-branded plant in the next few years.

Investors observe stock market movements at an exchange hall on Jan. 6, 2016, in Beijing, China.
China No Longer Seen as World’s Leading Economy: Survey

After years of convincing the world that it has overtaken the U.S. as the singular dominant economic superpower, China has lost that distinction to its Western rival, according to a survey of 16 countries by the Pew Research Center.

How China’s E-Commerce Will Shape the Future of Commerce

China’s e-commerce may provide some hints on how commerce would be like in the future, where mobile commerce meets social commerce and "entertainmerce," according to an article by Forbes.

Racegoers in the betting shop area at Sandown Park on February 4, 2017 in Esher, England.
Mobile Apps Paves Way To Gambling Apps; Mobile Casino App Sales Continuously Rising

With the rise of mobile gaming, gambling apps are starting to make its mark in the industry.

Houses in Xiongan
Home Prices in Xiongxian Spike Shortly After Declaration as New Special Economic Zone

Xiongxian County, a residential and industrial area previously unknown to many suddenly became a focus of interest for real estate agents and speculators in China’s property market.

Macau have western-like casinos that earn bigger revenue than Las Vegas.
Legalization and Regulation Updates in the Gambling Industry

There are tons of gambling games around the world, and most of the time, it differs on how the games are played and the rules and regulations of each country.

Xiongan New Special Economic Zone
China’s New Special Economic Zone: Xiongan to Lead Growth in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region

To kickstart growth for the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei integration, the Chinese government is set to establish a new special economic zone in Xiongan, where non-government facilities such as schools, markets, research institutions and hospitals will be relocated from Beijing.

A Chinese dairy farmer tends to his cows.
'Innovative Financing' Pulls Down Chinese Dairy Giant

Huishan Dairy is now struggling to keep afloat amid increasing liabilities and a short-term debt squeeze.

The Ancient City of Petra
Petra-Jiayuguan Link Has Been Approved; Sister Cities Expect Tourism Surge

With the signing of the Petra-Jiayuguan link agreement, the sister cities are expecting to attract more tourists.

Shenzhen Visitor to Hong Kong
Crackdown on 'Financial Ants' Smuggling Cash to Hong Kong Starts as China Expands Drive to Curb Capital Outflows

As part of its broader campaign to curb capital outflows, China has started a crackdown on “financial ants,” or individuals who smuggle cash little by little across the border to Hong Kong.

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