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  • China's insurance sector records surging online sales in 2014

    China's insurance sector records surging online sales in 2014

    Recent numbers coming out of China's insurance sector have shown the sector entering a period of rapid growth, thanks to the expansion of online sales channels, the Shanghai Securities News reported. ...

  • WeChat increasingly a sales channel in China

    WeChat increasingly a sales channel in China

    WeChat users and several businesses have tapped into the opportunities created by circles of friends through the popular instant messaging app in China, Shanghai-based China Business News reports. A ...

  • UK car sales in China have surged since 2009

    UK car sales in China have surged since 2009

    Exports of UK-built cars to China surged from 2009 to 2014, reflecting substantial growth in the wider Asian market, data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) showed on Thursday....

  • Victoria's Secret makes inroads into China

    Victoria's Secret makes inroads into China

    US lingerie brand Victoria's Secret has opened nine chain stores in China since inaugurating its first outlet at Shanghai's Raffles City Mall in People's Square Jan. 11. Apart from Shanghai, ...

  • Year-end bonuses cut in China's real estate sector

    Year-end bonuses cut in China's real estate sector

    China's real estate industry, thriving just a few years ago, has seen a downward adjustment along with a reduction in end-of-year bonuses and salaries, reports our Chinese-language sister paper Want ...

  • Senao cutting back in China after heavy losses

    Senao cutting back in China after heavy losses

    Senao International, a Taiwanese distributor of handsets, smartphones, tablets and notebooks, has decided to shrink its sales network in mainland China after four years of continual losses, reports ...

  • No red envelopes for Alibaba staff this year: Jack Ma

    No red envelopes for Alibaba staff this year: Jack Ma

    Jack Ma, chairman and founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, reportedly told his employees in an email that the company will not be distributing red envelopes of money for the coming ...

  • Samsung to expand into China's rural market

    Samsung to expand into China's rural market

    Samsung Electronics, the world's largest smartphone maker, recently announced a plan to expand into China's rural regions after the company posted declining sales in 2014, reports Securities Times, ...

Who's Who

  • Pan Yue (潘岳)

    Pan Yue (潘岳)

    Pan Yue has been China's deputy environment minister since 2008. Born in 1960, Pan is a native of Nanjing and possesses a doctoral degree in history....