China's shared charger sector to witness survival of the fittestChina's shared charger sector to witness survival of the fittestBefore any good yields being reported, the sector of shared phone charger is going through a big shakeout, with the strongest companies surviving while weaker ones retreating from the market. Recently, news about business closing down, downsizing and back pay continue to spread, while on the other s

Amazon eyes bigger pie of China market with recruitment driveAmazon eyes bigger pie of China market with recruitment driveUS online retail giant Amazon is posting hundreds of China-based positions on its career site and LinkedIn, a move widely seen as a renew…

Lotte to reportedly sell supermarkets in China as bilateral tensions over THAAD lingerLotte to reportedly sell supermarkets in China as bilateral tensions over THAAD lingerLotte Group will sell its money-losing Lotte Mart supermarkets in China, as the deployment of the remaining launchers of the Terminal Hig…

Google hiring Beijing-based AI talents possibly for return to ChinaGoogle hiring Beijing-based AI talents possibly for return to ChinaDespite having its search engine and mobile app store Google Play blocked in China, US technology giant Google has never scaled back effo…

One-dish chicken chain from China opens first U.S. outlet in TustinOne-dish chicken chain from China opens first U.S. outlet in TustinYang’s Braised Chicken Rice, a fast-food chain from China that serves just one dish, opened its first U.S. restaurant in Tustin.

Boeing raises its forecast on demand in ChinaBoeing raises its forecast on demand in ChinaBoeing has forecast that Chinese airlines will buy 7,240 commercial aircraft worth $1.1 trillion between now and 2036.

Huawei mulls introducing digital payment service in EuropeHuawei mulls introducing digital payment service in EuropeChina's information and communications technology solutions provider Huawei Technologies, which also makes smartphones, has filed for a H…



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