Business PC market to grow on digital transformation

"The driver for China's business PC market will shift from 'equipment replacement' to 'satisfying demand from digital transformation," Wang Jiping, associate vice-president of IDC China, said at an event in Beijing on Friday, when IDC jointly launched a ... ( read original story ...)

China’s Wanda Signals Retreat in Debt-Fueled Acquisition Binge

“Wanda is selling the noncore part of its cultural tourism business,” said Deng Zhihao, a real estate economist with Fineland Assets Management Company based in Guangzhou, China. “Ultimately, what they are selling are properties that the market doesn ... ( read original story ...)

Brands unite to take new energy market

The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers estimated that new energy car sales could hit 800,000 units in 2017. Rivaling Daimler AG in China, BMW AG announced in March that its local line-up will come with electrified options starting in 2019. ( read original story ...)

China says U.S. has apologized for Taiwan name gaffe

Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said China asked the United States for an explanation of the mistake, and the U.S. said it was a technical error. Washington apologized and corrected the error, Geng said at a daily news briefing. In a statement ... ( read original story ...)

ZTE, China Unicom complete first 5G NR field test

NEW DELHI: Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE has announced the company supported China Unicom in the operator’s successful first 5G NR (New Radio) field test. “Deploying ZTE’s pre-commercial 5G base station at sub6GHz with Massive MIMO, LDPC ... ( read original story ...)

Nine Chinese firms to go public

BEIJING — The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) has approved IPO applications from nine companies. They will raise up to 6.5 billion yuan ($957 million), the CSRC said in a statement. Four companies will be listed on the Shanghai stock ... ( read original story ...)

China’s Bond Trading Takes on a New Twist

On a recent morning in Shanghai’s Lujiazui financial district, Xiong Yun’s eyes darted around the four computer screens at his desk, scanning activity in China’s bond and futures markets. Staring at the matrix of numbers, the former BNP Paribas SA ... ( read original story ...)