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Consumer


Online firms, customs tie up for Singles Day

AHEAD of next month’s Singles Day, a number of e-commerce companies are working with customs authorities to speed up clearance and delivery of imported goods as overseas online sellers look to cash in. ...

October 31, 2014, Friday


Consumers warned over banned products

SHANGHAI inspection and quarantine authorities have urged the public to be careful while making online purchases abroad. Officials said they had intercepted nearly 10,000 boxes of yoghurt in 140 batches ...

October 31, 2014, Friday


Amazon to unveil new service for Chinese

Amazon.com’s anticipated new service allowing Chinese consumers to directly buy products from its overseas websites in local language and pay in yuan will start early next month...

October 30, 2014, Thursday


Chinese consumer confidence drops to 3-year low, survey shows

CHINA’S consumer sentiment tumbled and hit a three-year low in October as consumers further downgraded views on employment, housing market and the state of personal finances, a private report showed today. The ...

October 29, 2014, Wednesday


Amazon may face a blue Christmas

It might be a blue Christmas for Amazon.The world’s largest online retailer gave a disappointing forecast for the crucial holiday quarter....

October 25, 2014, Saturday


Coca-Cola unveils China sustainability report

Coca-Cola China yesterday released its 2012-2013 China Sustainability Report in Beijing, pledging to work with its long-term partners to drive social progress and business growth in the country....

October 24, 2014, Friday


Tesco chief quits over accounting bloomer

The chairman of Britain’s biggest retailer Tesco resigned yesterday as the troubled group said a huge accounting error began earlier than thought and contributed to plunging profits....

October 24, 2014, Friday


First rolling gate for new Panama Canal locks

The first rolling gate for the new locks on the Pacific side of the Panama Canal is transported on a barge with the help of two tugboats through the Panama Canal in Panama City on Wednesday. According to Panama Canal authorities, the Panama Canal’s third set of locks has 16 rolling gates, eight for each new lock complex. The expansion project will allow bigger ships to transit, with two new sets of locks, one on the Pacific side and one on the Atlantic side. ...

October 24, 2014, Friday


Danshen sales top US$4.9b annually

More than 30 billion yuan (US$4.9 billion) worth of Danshen products were sold annually in China, accounting for one third of the market for cardiovascular products....

October 23, 2014, Thursday


Painting may fetch US$35m

Adrien Meyer, international director at Christie’s, shows the painting “Le Printemps” by French painter Edouard Manet during its presentation at Christie’s Auction House in Paris yesterday. Manet’s 1881 celebrated portrait “Le Printemps,” which has been owned by the same family for a century, will be auctioned for the first time and could fetch up to US$35 million, as part of a Christie’s Impressionist and Modern Art sale in New York on November 5. — Reuters ...

October 23, 2014, Thursday




 

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