China’s third-largest bike sharing company closes amid financial troubleChina’s third-largest bike sharing company closes amid financial troubleBluegogo, China’s third-largest bike sharing company, has reportedly run into financial trouble with unpaid wages and users struggling to get deposits refunded, which analysts say marks a turning point in the country’s aggressively expanding bike sharing industry.

Multinational retailers forced to ‘restructure’ in ChinaMultinational retailers forced to ‘restructure’ in ChinaOne of the major Chinese shareholders of Carrefour China is to sell off its stake amid a “bleak winter” for foreign retailers in China.…

Japanese FDI continues to drop, firms looking at ways to exit ChinaJapanese FDI continues to drop, firms looking at ways to exit ChinaRumors about an exodus of Japanese enterprises from China have been circulating since January 2015 when media reports said that some gian…

Qualcomm launches testing facility in ShanghaiQualcomm launches testing facility in ShanghaiThe Qualcomm Communication Technologies (Shanghai) Co., a semiconductor test facility in the Waigaoqiao (WGQ) free-trade zone in Shanghai…

Strategic shift: MNCs look for ways to adapt to changes in ChinaStrategic shift: MNCs look for ways to adapt to changes in ChinaWith China moving away from a manufacturing-based economy to a more innovation-driven one, some foreign companies doing business there ar…

Robotics industry booms in ChinaRobotics industry booms in ChinaAside from Jia Jia, many other robots have delighted the audience during the five-day robot conference that closed this week, such as hum…

Starbucks eyes deeper penetration in China, taps into tea-drinking cultureStarbucks eyes deeper penetration in China, taps into tea-drinking cultureLast week's promotion of Belinda Wong from president to CEO of Starbucks China has laid bare the US coffee chain's ambition to penetrate …



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