Lotte Group likely to assist Seoul in THAAD deployment despite Beijing's objection: mediaLotte Group likely to assist Seoul in THAAD deployment despite Beijing's objection: mediaLotte Group's board of directors is scheduled to approve a land swap deal with the South Korean government at the end of February to facilitate the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system, shrugging off Beijing's strong objection, reported the Global Times o

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Investment in independent China unit beneficial for both Yum China, AlibabaInvestment in independent China unit beneficial for both Yum China, AlibabaUS fast food giant Yum Brands, the owner of KFC and Pizza Hut, has stolen a march on McDonald's to find strategic investors for its China…

Mofcom insists Didi-Uber merger be filed anti-trust reviewMofcom insists Didi-Uber merger be filed anti-trust reviewChinese regulators insist the Didi-Uber merger must go through anti-trust investigation although Didi's management previously claimed tha…



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