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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…



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