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  • China Focus: Eyeing Chinese market, global luxury brands embrace Year of the Tiger

    As the Chinese Lunar New Year approaches, global luxury brands are launching limited edition products to welcome the Year of the Tiger.


  • Across the Pacific: Ford Motor opens new design center in Shanghai

    Ford Motor Co. opened a new design center in China's business hub Shanghai on Monday, a move considered an important layout for the U.S. automaker to increase investment in the Chinese market.


  • Credit Agricole CIB aims to keep double-digit growth in Chinese market

    Nicolas Vix, president of Credit Agricole CIB (China) Ltd., said the bank aims to continue its double-digit growth in the Chinese market this year, casting a vote of confidence in the prospects of the world's second-largest economy.


  • Design week attracts Italian enterprises fascinated with Chinese market

    At the sixth Italian Design Icons (IDI) held in Shanghai in late November, China's latte art master Liu Qiang used Cimbali's new coffee machine launch to make espresso for his guests.


  • South African official eyes on Chinese market for brandy export

    The top agricultural official of South Africa's Western Cape Province, the main producing area of South African brandy, said the province is looking forward to new markets in China for its "world-class" brandy.


  • Chinese vice premier meets with executive chairman of Jardine Matheson

    Chinese Vice Premier Liu He on Thursday met with Ben Keswick, executive chairman of Jardine Matheson in Beijing.


  • Experts urge Bangladesh to tap more potential in Chinese market

    Speakers at a webinar have said Bangladesh should target China to expand its market share for a smooth LDC (least developed country) graduation.


  • U.S. agricultural enterprises team up to tap Chinese market

    The U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) organized 13 member firms to participate in the ongoing fourth China International Import Expo (CIIE), scheduled in Shanghai from Nov. 5 to 10.


  • Economic Watch: CIIE helps exhibitors find access to Chinese market

    Influenced by a new type of consumers and buoyed by the upcoming shopping season in China, exhibitors at the ongoing China International Import Expo (CIIE) have been showcasing more varied products and new marketing methods.


  • War-torn countries explore Chinese market through import expo

    At a 20-square-meter booth displaying delicate hand-made carpets at the 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE), Afghan businessman Ali Faiz promoted the woolen commodities for his country fellows, hoping to improve their livelihoods via the Chinese market.


  • Interview: Argentine wine industry seeks competitive edge in Chinese market through CIIE, says business leader

    Argentina's wine industry aims to take full advantage of the upcoming fourth China International Import Expo (CIIE) to promote its varied wines to Chinese consumers, a business leader told Xinhua on Tuesday.


  • Foreign companies' tailored products key to Chinese consumers' hearts

    With significant untapped consumption potentials, the Chinese market has offered multinational companies huge space for growth over the years.


  • Chinese market breeding new fashion for African product consumption

    As China's imports from Africa increase rapidly, entrepreneurs are fostering new fashions of consumption in the country by matching African products of high-quality and added value with diversified demand of consumers.


  • ​Chinese market becomes main engine for performance growth of multinationals: NDRC

    China has achieved remarkable results in stabilizing foreign investment since the beginning of this year, reported Securities Daily Wednesday quoting an official from the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China's top economic planner.


  • Economic Watch: Chinese market set to prosper with broader global reach

    The Chinese market has been well positioned to soar, with new trends shaping its landscape, and the government delivering greater openness and extending efforts to promote free trade.


  • Economic Watch: Eye-catching performance of Chinese market boosts European multinationals' confidence

    From automobiles to consumer goods, China has become an important engine of market growth for major European companies which have been struggling with a shrinking global market due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


  • ​China's ultra-large-scale market potential unfolds, attracting multinationals to speed up layouts in China

    China will unveil more favorable policies to stabilize foreign investment in the second half of 2021, and with the release of the potential of the ultra-large market, China has become the layout focus of multiple multinationals, reported Economic Information Daily Monday.


  • Swiss companies see continued high opportunities in Chinese market: Swissmem

    China is essential for Switzerland and Swiss companies are seeing continued high opportunities in the Chinese market, a spokesperson of the Swiss association of mechanical and electrical engineering industries (Swissmem) said on Thursday.


  • European companies pin high hopes on Chinese market: survey

    Over two-thirds of European companies polled are optimistic about their future growth in China and their commitment to the Chinese market remains strong, found a recent survey by the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China that was released Tuesday.


  • Diamond demand in China directly benefits Botswana: De Beers

    The strength of consumer demand for polished diamonds in China directly benefits Botswana, as it helps drive demand for rough diamonds explored in the southern African country, said De Beers Group Thursday.


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