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Only through quality can China conquer the global market

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is celebrating five years of success this week. In its home market, the company has secured a solid niche and is now extending its reach overseas. 622 more words


Ecuador's door open to China investment

Chinese companies are welcomed to invest in Ecuador to help improve the country’s infrastructure and boost its economy, said Ecuador’s ambassador to China.

The bilateral relationship has experienced its fastest development in recent years, with more Chinese companies expanding their businesses in the Latin American country, said José María Borja, the ambassador. 344 more words


China : Business travel to see robust growth this year

Market to expand 17%, helped by activity in new free trade zones

Business travel will continue to blossom in China this year on the back of robust growth rates fueled by a growing number of travelers seeking personalized experiences from high-end products, an industry report said on Wednesday. 495 more words


Investment ties to further strengthen China-EU cooperation

Officials and experts foresee growing China-EU cooperation ever since Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Europe a year ago, noting both sides could strengthen ties in fields such as investment and trade. 483 more words


China's GDP growth likely to rise to 7.2% in Q2

A Bank of China Ltd report has predicted China’s economy to stabilize in the second quarter of this year, and GDP growth to rise from around 7 percent in the first quarter to 7.2 percent in the second. 509 more words


Aerospace industry in for big business in Malaysia

The aerospace industry is big business – within the next 15 years, the Government is projecting the industry, which includes aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services as well as manufacturing of high-tech components, to generate total revenue of 55.2 billion ringgit (US$14.87 billion). 432 more words


'It's time to free up the yuan'

The reform aims to meet the International Monetary Fund’s requirements before its evaluation on whether the yuan could be a part of Special Drawing Rights. 454 more words