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A $5 billion bullet loan constituted by funds raised offshore and with a maturity of five years is set to ensure Alibaba’s place at the top of China’s e-commerce industry.
Chinese Tech Giant Alibaba Looks to Borrow $5 Billion in New Funding

Alibaba deems itself to be in “startup mode” in Europe, as it prioritizes the development of e-tail market innovations set to change the online retailing landscape over the next decade.
Alibaba Europe in ‘Startup Mode’ as Online Retail Giant Prioritizes E-Tail Market Development

Alibaba can expect to grow from strength to strength as the company continues to invest in digital ads that closely relate to consumer preferences.
Alibaba Accounts for One-Third of Chinese Digital Ad Spending Revenues This Year

Newly appointed Ghanaian Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Catherine Afeku made known her agency’s intent during a courtesy call by the Chinese Ambassador to Ghana Sun Baohong.
Ghanaian Tourism Minister Calls to Promote China-Ghana Tourism Program for Chinese Tourists

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Performers belonging to the Golden Dragon Acrobats feature a variety of acrobatic skills that represent various traditions in Chinese culture that include folk dances, contortionism, and juggling, among many others.
Golden Dragon Acrobats Presents Traditional Chinese Culture to Modern-Day Youth

China’s efforts to boost deep-sea exploration is part of the country’s drive to improve its capabilities for resource accumulation.
China’s Undersea Lab Station to Boost Country’s Deep-Sea Research Efforts

China is currently developing stealth military drones that aid in adding precision to reconnaissance, airstrikes, aerial combat, and anti-submarine operations.
China’s Drone Tech Enhancements Latest Addition to Chinese Military Capabilities

Chinese business professionals project local cultural practices in their business transactions.
Doing Business in China: Intensive Engagement More Effective Than Localization

Shanghai is home to more than 150
International Women’s Day in China: Chinese ‘Comfort Women’ History Compromised in Favor of Japan-China Relations

Being a chef in China has long been viewed as a mostly male affair, given the physically taxing nature of tending to kitchen action.
International Women’s Day in China: Celebrating the Legacy of Retired Chef Hu Limei

Although the global economy continues to grow from strength to strength, the world isn’t spared from dangers posed by its current state of affairs.
Present Dangers That Can Rock the Global Economy

As the Chinese economy continues to tread along a vibrant path, more businesses are set to gain interest in doing business in China.
5 Pieces of Advice When Doing Business in China

China's new manned spaceship is planned to have a higher capacity compared to other countries’ manned spaceships, as part of the Chinese space program’s goal to match other space powers.
Chinese Space Program Ramps Up Space Exploration Efforts Through New Manned Spaceship

The USTR noted that Taobao continues to be the subject of an “unacceptably high” number of reports on counterfeiting.
Counterfeits on Alibaba: E-Commerce Giant Holds Key to Upholding Chinese Anti-Counterfeiting Laws

JD.com’s growing fortunes is a testament to its increasing competitiveness against Alibaba, which is still making waves as it plots its rise in markets outside China.
JD.com’s Revenue Increase Signals Stiff Competition with Alibaba

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