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  • Chinese enterprises keen to expand int'l market: trade council

    China's national trade promotion system issued 2,954 Admission Temporaire/Temporary Admission (ATA) Carnets in the first quarter of this year, surging by 73.66 percent year on year, said the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) on Sunday.


  • Across China: Chinese electronic enterprises plug into African market

    In the showroom of Jiangxi Godfrey Technology Co., Ltd. in Ji'an, east China's Jiangxi Province, the chairman's assistant Immaculee Agbaka, from the Republic of Benin, is eagerly introducing the company's products to visitors.


  • Chinese EVs' competitive advantage by no means depends on subsidies: minister

    Wang Wentao, Minister of Commerce of China, said here Sunday that Chinese electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers' rapid development is a result of constant tech innovations, well-established supply chain system and full market competition, not subsidies.


  • Number of Chinese enterprises going overseas reaches historic high: report

    An unprecedented number of Chinese enterprises are going overseas, reaching a historic high, despite some Western media's negative reports about China's economy, the Hong Kong-based Yazhou Zhoukan reported on Sunday.


  • China Focus: Chinese enterprises invest in IP to pursue innovative growth

    In the initial stages of traditional business strategies, enterprises tend to spend money on marketing to bring in fast returns, but increasing numbers of Chinese startups are now willing to invest in intellectual property (IP) despite the lengthier returns period.


  • InPics: Chinese textile enterprises, a noticeable force at Heimtextil 2024

    Heimtextil 2024, an international platform for home and contract textiles and textile design, kicked off Tuesday in Frankfurt, Germany.


  • Chinese enterprises show greater enthusiasm for overseas exhibitions

    Companies across China are more enthusiastic about holding and attending trade exhibitions overseas, said the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) on Wednesday.


  • CEIS to promote international communication of economic information, help Chinese brands go global, says chairman

    China Economic Information Service (CEIS) is willing to utilize its resource advantages to assist more Chinese brands in participating in international competition and help Chinese enterprises achieve better development in high-level opening up, said Xu Yuchang, Chairman of the CIES, on Tuesday at the sub-forum of the fifth World Media Summit (Yunnan, China) and the second Yunnan International Communication Forum.


  • China's ambassador calls for stronger business ties with UK

    China's Ambassador to the United Kingdom (UK) Zheng Zeguang has called on the business communities of both countries to continue to strengthen mutually beneficial cooperation and achieve win-win outcomes.


  • Digital economy fuels advancement of Chinese enterprises

    Giant DC, a data technology company established in north China's Tianjin Municipality three years ago, was previously a leading Chinese heavy machinery manufacturer with decades of expertise.


  • Chinese enterprises in Bangladesh offer 550,000 employment opportunities: report

    Chinese enterprises in Bangladesh have so far provided approximately 550,000 employment opportunities in the South Asian country, greatly boosting employment among locals, a report released by the Chinese embassy in Bangladesh has shown.


  • Asia remains top overseas M&A destination for Chinese enterprises in 2022: EY

    Asia remained the most popular overseas merger and acquisition (M&A) destination for Chinese enterprises in 2022, according to a report on China's outbound investment in 2022 released by the consulting firm Ernst & Young (EY) on Thursday.


  • Feature: Chinese enterprises eye opportunities at 2023 CES with innovative products

    With a diverse range of innovative products, Chinese enterprises have been seeking opportunities to expand their market share overseas when participating in the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) being held here from Thursday to Sunday.


  • Chinese enterprises in Uganda deepen people-to-people ties: report

    Chinese enterprises in Uganda are deepening the people-to-people ties between local and Chinese communities through their corporate social responsibility work, a new report has said.


  • Chinese firms hold job fair for Kenyan students

    Chinese companies kicked off a two-day job fair on Tuesday in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi, offering about 300 opportunities for Kenyan students.


  • More Chinese enterprises embrace environmental, social and governance strategy

    More Chinese enterprises are embracing the concept of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) as they continue to improve their sustainable development capabilities and respond to the country's goal of reducing carbon emissions.


  • GLOBALink | Chinese enterprises hold job fair for Zimbabwe youths

    Thousands of hopeful job seekers attended a job fair in the Zimbabwean capital Harare, which attracted dozens of Chinese-run enterprises.


  • Chinese dairy giant Mengniu sees profit rise in 2021

    Chinese dairy giant Inner Mongolia Mengniu Dairy (Group) Co., Ltd. said that its net profit attributed to shareholders of the parent company reached over 5 billion yuan (about 787.6 million U.S. dollars) in 2021, an annual increase of 42.6 percent.


  • Feature: Chinese enterprises defy COVID-19 challenges by offering Zambians jobs

    The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has so far left debilitating effects on various sectors of economies across the world.


  • Chinese enterprises embrace opportunities with RCEP taking effect

    Su Feili, owner of a foreign trade company in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, was excited when learning that the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) agreement, the world's largest free trade pact, will take effect on Jan. 1, 2022.


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