Chinese Shoppers Twice as Likely to Shop on Mobile

Chinese consumers are almost twice as likely to make purchases on smartphones and tablets compared to US shoppers, with nearly a quarter of mobile users in China making daily purchases on their mobile device. The figures come from a new report by the IAB ... ( read original story ...)

China says fugitive businessman returns after 15 years

China has few extradition treaties with other governments ... the No. 3 destination for Chinese fugitives after the United States and Canada, according to the business news magazine Caixin. A New Zealand court in August approved the seizure of assets ... ( read original story ...)

China, UK see enhanced cooperation in trading

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond (second from left) opens the London Stock Exchange with LSE CEO Xavier Rolet (left), joined by a banking and financial delegation from China on Thursday. [Photo/Agencies] Chinese and British leaders ... ( read original story ...)

China's Single's Day sale nets $25 billion in 24 hours

"As one of China's digital entrepreneurs told us ... a professor of information services at Warwick Business School in Coventry in the United Kingdom. An average of 120,000 transactions took place every second, up 1.4 per cent from last year. ( read original story ...)

China's plans for Myanmar town hold few local opportunities

KYAUKPYU, Myanmar – China's plan for its foothold on the Bay of Bengal, on Myanmar's western coast in restive Rakhine state, includes an industrial zone, oil refinery and deep-water port that could transform a sleepy, remote town of 30,000 into a ... ( read original story ...)

China Unicom Picks Spirent to Test NFV Middleware

Test and validation company Spirent announced that China Unicom, Wind River, HP, and Huawei have selected Spirent’s technology to test what specific requirements network functions virtualization (NFV) has on virtualization middleware. Middleware is ... ( read original story ...)

China Mobile tests wideband Massive MIMO in Shanghai

China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile operator, has deployed a wideband Massive MIMO site on its network in Shanghai using equipment from Huawei. The deployment allows a single module to support three carriers on the 2.6GHz band, boosting the spectral ... ( read original story ...)