Estée Lauder praised for digital achievements in China

So much so, that it has been rewarded for its efforts as two of its brands have joined the list of China’s top 10 beauty brands. L2, an intelligence provider, compiled performance data through its Digital IQ Index from 98 beauty brands in the country ... ( read original story ...)

China Mobile to invest $200 million in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC), the world’s largest telecom carrier by subscribers, will invest US$200 million in Pakistan this year to expand its presence, `China Daily’ reported. The Beijing-based company will ... ( read original story ...)

Bank focuses more on compliance risk control

Bank of China said on Monday it is placing greater focus on and devoting more resources to manage compliance risks and meet anti-money laundering rules in other countries, as it expands globally to serve Chinese companies and local clients. Bank of China's ... ( read original story ...)

China stocks close higher as central bank resumes cash injec

BEIJING, Feb. 13 (Xinhua) -- Chinese stocks rose for the fourth straight trading day on Monday as liquidity concerns eased after the central bank resumed cash injections into the money market. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index went up 0.63 percent to ... ( read original story ...)

Beijing bans high-emission vehicles in anti-smog move: Xinhua

SHANGHAI China's smog-hit capital Beijing will ban high-emission vehicles from Wednesday as part of its efforts to combat pollution, the official Xinhua news agency said, citing the local government. Concerned about the damage done to its reputation by ... ( read original story ...)

Chinese Mobile co to invest $200m

ISLAMABAD - China Mobile Communications Corp, the world's largest telecom carrier by subscribers, will invest $200 million in Pakistan this year to expand its presence. According to a Chinese media's report, the Beijing-based company will expand its ... ( read original story ...)

China's Tech Tycoons' Healthcare Dreams Aren't Coming True

One big reason for the technology sector’s troubles is the lack of an insurer willing to work with internet firms in a system dominated by state-run hospitals and government insurance. China’s system is a conservative reimbursement-driven model and ... ( read original story ...)

China Construction Bank : CCB keen to fill funding gap

China Construction Bank (CCB), the world’s second biggest bank, wants to become more involved in funding New Zealand infrastructure and housing projects as the country becomes less reliant its traditional lenders — Australia’s big four banks. ( read original story ...)