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Chinese retailing giant Alibaba to target Australia for expansion

MELBOURNE - Chinese online retailing giant, Alibaba, has announced on Tuesday that it will open its first local office in the Australian city of Melbourne later this year, after flagging its intentions to expand outside of China. ...

(Xinhua), added at 7/19/2016

Shopping with streaming celebrities tipped as new China trend

China's internet celebrities using live streaming to promote and advertise are estimated to create a market valued at 58 billion yuan ($8.7 billion) this year, according to a media-backed financial statistic center. ...

By Liu Zheng (chinadaily.com.cn), added at 7/18/2016

China vows investment, financing reform

BEIJING - China will overhaul its investment and financing system to stimulate market vitality amid the economic downturn, according to a document released Monday by the central authorities. ...

(Xinhua), added at 7/18/2016

Brexit spillover effects may persist for years: report

Britain's last month vote to leave the European Union (EU) could have spillover effects for years, according to a recent report released by the Office of Financial Research in the US Department of Treasury. ...

(Xinhua), added at 7/18/2016

Country's new-found great appetite for all things soccer

Hulk had quite the welcome to China. Shortly after his plane landed at Shanghai's Pudong International Airport, hundreds of chanting fans mobbed the Brazilian soccer star as he pushed his way through the crowd on June 29. Hulk, who recently inked a record-breaking deal with Shanghai SIPG, is just th ...

(China Daily), added at 7/18/2016

SHFE swears by rules, but says futures 'is not a mass market'

The Shanghai Futures Exchange has vowed it won't tolerate any abuse of trading rules after the unprecedented boom-bust episode in Chinese commodities markets earlier this year, adding that its products aren't for mom and pop investors. ...

(China Daily), added at 7/18/2016

Samsung in talks to buy stake in BYD

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Friday it is in talks to buy a stake in Chinese electric-vehicle manufacturer BYD Co Ltd, but has not finalized how much it would spend. ...

By Fan Feifei and Chai Hua (China Daily), added at 7/16/2016

New force of car making looks to tap market potentials

A new wave of car making has hit China following Tesla's entry into the Chinese market and the government's policies to boost electric cars. ...

By Wu Xiaobo in Shanghai (chinadaily.com.cn), added at 7/16/2016

China's auto industry moves to protect cyber security

CHANGCHUN -- China has established an automotive cyber security committee to ensure the safe running of intelligent, connected and electric cars. ...

(Xinhua), added at 7/16/2016

Structural reform drives upgrading

Companies see supply-side changes playing bigger role ...

By Zhong Nan, Meng Jing, Qiu Quanlin and Jing Shui, added at 7/16/2016

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