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TV Out, Mobile In: The Tale of China's Ailing TV Industry

Despite the forecast of growth particularly in the hi-res 4K TV sector, China's TV market crashed last year, leaving manufacturers high and dry and ambling for other means to save the industry.

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China Launches Dual Pension System

On Jan. 14, China presented measures on old-age insurance for public institutions and governmental agencies' employees.

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Outlook Beats World Forecast

Zhu Zhixin, vice minister of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China's leading economic policy body, mentioned "innovation" and "environmentally friendly" in his Thursday statement regarding China's economic forecast in relation to global projections.

Dealers Protest Automakers' Sales Targets

During a slowdown in the Chinese economy, the People's Daily newspaper published a complaint letter from a Chinese automobile dealer on Thursday that is critical of the sales-target demands of France's Renault auto company.

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Toyota Halts Expansion Freeze, Eyes Two Assembly Plants

After ending a three-year freeze on building vehicle assembly plants, Toyota Motor Corp. is planning on opening additional two factories to the current eight in China, four executives familiar with the company's plans said.

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Premier Li to Speak at WEF Annual Meeting

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will be the nation's first high-level leader to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. The event is scheduled to occur from Jan. 21-24, five years since the 2009 attendance of then-premier Wen Jiabao.

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