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  • Xinhua Headlines: China ramps up opening up efforts to attract foreign firms

    China has recently ramped up efforts to attract foreign investment, underscoring its commitment to opening up its vast market to global companies.


  • Chinese food company introduces fresh Australian MFC oranges to Chinese market

    A container truck loaded with fresh oranges arrived at Shanghai Huizhan Fruit and Vegetable Wholesale Market in east China on July 4, 2024, marking fresh oranges of Australia's Mildura Fruit Company (MFC) officially enter the Chinese market.


  • McDonald's invests in food supply chain in central China

    U.S. fast food chain McDonald's has teamed up with four bakeries and food suppliers, including Bimbo and Tyson Foods, to jointly launch a food supply base in central China's Hubei Province.


  • GLOBALink | PepsiCo Greater China CEO confident in long-term development of Chinese market

    CEO of PepsiCo Greater China Anne Tse has expressed her company's commitment to the long-term development of the Chinese market in an interview with Xinhua during the Summer Davos.


  • Premier Li says China's mega-market to provide important development opportunities for Australia, world

    Chinese Premier Li Qiang said here Monday that China is advancing Chinese modernization in all respects through high-quality development, and its mega-market will continuously unleash new demands and growth vitality, which will provide important development opportunities for Australia and the rest of the world.


  • German enterprises embrace business opportunities in China

    Amid a sluggish global economic recovery, German executives voiced their dedication to enhancing their market presence in China during a promotion event for the China International Import Expo (CIIE) held in Stuttgart.


  • Economic Watch: Fruit trade with China brings sweet opportunity to world

    From durian to cherry, kiwi to avocado, China, one of the world's largest fruit markets, has been importing more fresh and high-quality fruits to meet growing domestic demand, bringing sweet opportunities to fruit farmers and traders around the world.


  • Why are foreign tourists heading to China now?

    Recently, more and more foreign tourists are flocking to China. Popular tourist attractions in the country such as Shanghai Disneyland Resort and Oriental Pearl Tower are swarming with international tourists.


  • Revitalization of exhibition industry unleashes potential of Chinese market

    The busy schedule of various exhibitions since the beginning of this year shows the significant recovery of China's exhibition industry, which is a symbol of China's robust economic growth.


  • Interview: Chinese market a pillar of Kenya Airways' global business, says senior executive

    As the Chinese market is a competitive one with a promising future, it will always be a pillar of our global business, a senior executive of Kenya's national carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) has said.


  • China In Perspective: Robust Chinese market performance under spotlight in foreign firms' financial reports

    The Chinese market remains a sweet spot to foreign businesses despite a challenging global environment and lackluster economic recovery worldwide, as the latest financial reports of many world-renowned brands have revealed.


  • Interview: To invest in China is to invest in the future, says L'Oreal executive

    Investing in China is investing in the future, and future of growth, innovation and inclusiveness, according to a senior executive of French cosmetics giant L'Oreal.


  • (Hello Africa) Zimbabwean leather producer aims to further tap into Chinese market

    Inside a leather products workshop in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second-largest city, workers are striving to meet their target of luxury leather products.


  • Interview: Swiss sportswear brand to expand business in China due to its booming market -- co-founder

    Swiss sportswear brand On expects to open dozens more stores in China over the next three years thanks to a "booming sports clothing market" and consumption power of the Chinese economy, its co-founder recently told Xinhua during the St. Gallen Symposium.


  • Explainer: What makes China magnet for multinational corporations?

    For multinational corporations, China's vast market represents tremendous opportunities and is essential for them to maintain global competitiveness.


  • GLOBALink | Schneider says Chinese market remains important

    A senior executive of Schneider Electric said that the Chinese market remains important, a fact that "has not changed," during an interview with Xinhua at the ongoing Hannover Messe 2024.


  • GLOBALink | From Dutch fields to Chinese soil: the blossoming journey of tulips

    "We are very positive about the future in China." A Dutch flower wholesaler has expressed deep commitment to the Chinese market.


  • CIIE promotion event held in Egyptian capital

    A promotion event for the seventh China International Import Expo (CIIE) was held here on Tuesday evening, attracting more than 150 Egyptian officials and business and trade representatives.


  • Interview: European truck giant eyes opportunities in China's high-quality development

    Leading European truck manufacturer Scania is actively targeting the Chinese market to leverage significant opportunities amid China's broader push for high-quality development, according to the president of the company's China unit.


  • Schneider says Chinese market remains important

    A senior executive of Schneider Electric said that the Chinese market remains important, a fact that "has not changed."


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