Airbnb looks to further penetrate burgeoning Chinese marketAirbnb looks to further penetrate burgeoning Chinese marketAfter years of low-key operations in China, US home-rental company Airbnb recently announced the official entry into the world's most populous country, where the second-largest unicorn of the US will face a flurry of uncertainties.

Lancôme controversy teaches multinationals to stay away from politicsLancôme controversy teaches multinationals to stay away from politicsLuxury skincare brand Lancôme has provided a lesson for other multinationals aiming at the Chinese market that it would be wise to stay …

Will Michelin Guide change culinary landscape of Chinese mainland?Will Michelin Guide change culinary landscape of Chinese mainland?Next time you dine at a restaurant in Shanghai, be aware that the person you share the table with might be an anonymous Michelin Guide in…

Uber is being mocked by its biggest competitor in ChinaUber is being mocked by its biggest competitor in ChinaNot so long ago, Uber said it was losing $1 billion in China. But now, it seems that the transportation giant’s fortunes have changed —…

Does Apple's strategic investment in Didi have hidden agenda?Does Apple's strategic investment in Didi have hidden agenda?Apple has joined the ranks of Alibaba and Tencent, the two largest Internet companies in China, to make a venture investment in the count…

Chinese bank buys London gold vault from BarclaysChinese bank buys London gold vault from BarclaysChina's ICBC Standard Bank said on Monday that it is buying Barclays' London precious metals vault, giving the Chinese bank the capacity …

Will McDonald's revitalization plan pay off in China?Will McDonald's revitalization plan pay off in China?US fast food giant McDonald's Corporation is planning to open 250 restaurants in China per year over the next five years, while preparing…



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