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Powering Towards an Electric Vehicle Revolution
The State Grid Corporation of China recently announced plans for a national network of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, comprising more than 100,000 charging stations along 11 major routes to be installed by 2020.
12 Oct 2016
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Virtual Reality Scores Big at ChinaJoy
Virtual reality, e-sports tournaments and live-streaming platforms were front and centre at the July Digital Entertainment Expo & Conference in Shanghai.
5 Oct 2016
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Early Learning Goes Digital
The Chinese mainland preschool education sector is tipped to be on the verge of explosive growth, which exhibitors at this year's International Kid's Education Expo, held in Guangzhou in June, were keen to tap.
29 Sept 2016
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Taxing Times for China’s Cross-border e-Commerce Sector
Haitao is a term frequently used in e-commerce circles. It refers to the growing practice of Chinese mainland consumers who shop from overseas-based websites and receive their goods via cross-border delivery services.
22 Sept 2016
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Chill-out Work Zones
Companies are becoming more aware of the importance of maintaining staff morale in the workplace.
15 Sept 2016
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Suburban Senior Care
As with many developed nations, China is experiencing a change to its population demographic.
9 Sept 2016
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'Appy Ever After
With the bespoke and novel a priority for betrothed couples on the Chinese mainland, smartphone wedding apps, drone photography and 3D-printed trinkets have become regular features of weddings there.
2 Sept 2016
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Premium Products Prized at Paper Show
Premium products are popular among Chinese mainland consumers, a trend reflected at last July’s Guangzhou Stationery Fair, where visitors were also drawn to multi-functional products.
26 Aug 2016
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Automating Guangdong’s Industrial Base
In line with its industrial transformation and upgrading programme, Guangdong is seeking to raise the automation level of its manufacturing and processing base.
17 Aug 2016
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Fit for Purpose
High-tech sporting goods have been a hit in recent years, with such products as smart fitness bands and sports glasses stimulating strong consumer demand across the Chinese mainland.
10 Aug 2016
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Plying the China Cruise Trade
According to figures published by the China Cruise and Yacht Industry Association (CCYIA), the Chinese mainland's entry-exit cruise passenger throughput stood at 1.24 million in 2015, up 44 per cent year-on-year.
5 Aug 2016
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Filling a Fun Niche
Growing urbanisation has inevitably led to greater demand for play facilities in many Chinese mainland cities, where parents seek safe playing environments for their children.
1 Aug 2016
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Cross-border Pioneer
Launched in April 2015, the Nansha New Area, a key cross-border e-commerce hub in the heart of Guangzhou, has successfully piloted a number of reforms and innovations, designed to promote investment and raise trade efficiency.
20 July 2016
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Investing for Global Growth through Hong Kong
In March, Xiangxue Pharmaceutical injected HK$130 million into its wholly owned Hong Kong-based subsidiary, the Xiangxue Group.
13 July 2016
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Hi-tech Security
The competing priorities of security and convenience were top concerns for exhibitors and visitors at the concurrent China Lock Industry and Guangzhou International Biometric Identification Technology expos held in May.
6 July 2016
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Hi-tech Health Products
Sophisticated smart products to improve performance, monitor fitness and count calories dominated proceedings at the joint 12th Guangdong/Hong Kong/Macau International Sporting Goods Fair and 16th Guangdong International Sporting Goods Fair, held last September.
30 June 2016
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Premium Hong Kong Products Come to Nansha
With cross-border e-commerce enjoying rapid growth in the Nansha Free Trade Zone (FTZ), a number of companies are investing heavily in the region to capitalise on the new opportunities opening up.
23 June 2016
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Construction Toys Build on China Success
China's toy exports were worth some US$30.8 billion in 2015, a 16.9 per cent year-on-year increase, according to the Guangdong Toy Association (GTA), whose President, Li Zhuoming, said the sector performed well despite economic uncertainties in overseas markets.
15 June 2016
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Duty-free Rules Open Door for Hong Kong Suppliers
Changes to Hainan tax regulations are set to boost the island province's duty-free trade, potentially opening new opportunities for suppliers and distributors in Hong Kong.
8 June 2016
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Smart Pet Products
Exhibitors at the March Guangzhou International Pet Industry Fair expressed confidence in the Chinese mainland pet industry.
1 June 2016
 
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