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  • 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.


  • Strong Chinese demand buoys sales for Daimler

    Strong demand on the Chinese market has given a boost to Daimler's first quarter sales while the domestic German market still struggles, the automaker said on Wednesday.


  • ​Foreign-funded firms in China deeply impressed with vitality of Chinese market

    Foreign-funded firms in China have deeply felt the strong vitality of the Chinese market, reported People's Daily Monday.


  • ​Foreign banks speed up layouts in Chinese market

    Multiple foreign banks plan to increase presence in China in 2021 following their impressive performance in the Chinese market in 2020, reported Shanghai Securities News Wednesday.


  • ​China to build uniformly open market featuring orderly competition in 2021, official

    China will focus on building an open national market with orderly competition through a uniform manner in 2021, the first year of the 14th Five-Year Plan period, reported People's Daily Overseas Edition Monday quoting the head of China's market regulator.


  • Malaysian companies highly positive on China market prospects: HSBC survey

    China remains a highly attractive consumer market and global supply chain hub, especially for Malaysian companies, a survey by HSBC showed Thursday.


  • Interview: Swiss food giant Nestle to continue actively investing in Chinese market

    Nestle, one of the world's largest food and beverage companies, will continue to actively invest in the Chinese market despite challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, and hopes that the China International Import Expo (CIIE) starting next week could "drive a new tide of consumption".


  • China market to open further to most competitive U.S. companies: Chinese ambassador

    China's market will continue to open further for U.S. companies in areas where the United States is most competitive such as energy, agriculture and finance, Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai has said.


  • Chinese market becomes "most important pillar" for German carmakers in Q2: Ernst & Young

    Three major German carmakers of Volkswagen, BMW and Daimler had reported more sales in China with a year-on-year increase of five percent in the second quarter (Q2) of 2020, according to a study published by global consulting firm Ernst & Young (EY) on Wednesday.


  • Rosso, good performance in China and ready to prepare special effects in Shanghai

    The Far East honours the fast fashion brands of the OTB group, which recorded a turnover of 1.5 billion. Good results both in Japan and in China, according to Renzo Rosso words, the leader of the group from Vicenza, which owns Diesel among the others.


  • Japanese convenience store brands eager to tap potential of China market

    Japanese convenience store chains are bullish about the Chinese market and seek to adjust their business strategies to better meet the evolving demands of Chinese consumers.


  • U.S. businesses not leaving China market despite strained ties: survey

    U.S. businesses are not leaving the Chinese market despite "an unprecedented downturn" in U.S.-China relations during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an annual member survey released Tuesday by the U.S.-China Business Council (USCBC).


  • Interview: Brazil's mining company Vale confident in future Chinese market

    Vale, the world's largest iron ore producer, is confident in the outlook of the resuming Chinese market amid COVID-19 pandemic, its executive director has said.


  • Comer, Chinese strategy to quickly restart at a global level

    Matteo Storchi, chairman and CEO of Comer, a company founded 50 years ago to produce transmission systems for agricultural machines, said that the company is now going to relaunch the project Our Bright Impact, strongly inspired by an environmental sustainability program.


  • Jewelry sector, the recovery starts from China with Damiani and Buccellati

    Federorafi and Ice Agenzia are studying a joint initiative to be disclosed at the China International import expo of Shanghai next November. For the jewelry sector, the exports towards China accounts for about 1 billion euros out of the total amount of 7 billion euros.


  • Safilo, agreement with Ports to enter the Chinese market

    Agreement on a right of option to widen the distribution to other markets, according to the demand development and the brand potential in the eyewear category, in order to further strengthen the partnership.


  • China Focus: Foreign firms confident as epidemic wanes in China

    Stefan Bott was pleased with and astonished at China's efficient governance during its fight against the COVID-19 epidemic and the quick business resumption in the country as the epidemic wanes.


  • Interview: Chinese market remains resilient with long-term competence -- L'Oreal CEO

    "Today, China's competitive advantage in the global supply chain is built on quality, innovation and stainability. Therefore, we are confident in China's resilience and long-term competence and competitiveness," Jean-Paul Agon, chairman and CEO of L'Oreal Group has said.


  • Portuguese company confident in Chinese market despite coronavirus outbreak

    "Science can make a better world" is not just a slogan of Frimec (Jiangsu) Environmental Technology Co., but also a motivating cry, as the Portuguese firm has pitched in with China's epidemic battle.


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