China’s New Wave of Female Fashion Executives

While women continue to face many challenges in China’s business culture, more women are rising the corporate ranks than ever before. Earlier this year Liaoning-native Isabel Ge Mahe was appointed vice president and managing director of Apple China ... ( read original story ...)

China Airlines’ new Ontario service to launch in spring

The airline first began flying non-stop to Los Angeles in 1971. China Airlines’ B777-300ER is configured three-class, with Premium Business, premium economy, and economy classes. Business has 40 fully flat seats laid out 1-2-1, split across two cabins. ( read original story ...)

China Vows to Protect Entrepreneurs’ Property Rights

On September 25, top Chinese authorities — the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the State Council — released a guideline on creating a favorable environment for entrepreneurs and boosting entrepreneurial spirit. The guideline ... ( read original story ...)

Thailand seeks to change FTA with China

Thailand is seeking a review of the Thailand-China free trade agreement as the 0% import duty for electric vehicles could derail the country's plan to attract foreign manufacturers. Kulit Sombatsiri, director-general of the Customs Department, said on ... ( read original story ...)

Huawei beats Apple as top brand in China

BEIJING: In a setback for Apple that is trying to make deeper inroads into China, smartphone buyers in the country have chosen domestic brands over the iPhone maker with Huawei being their first choice, a survey revealed on Monday. READ MORE: China to ... ( read original story ...)

China’s EV Market Nearing 2 Percent Penetration

The number of passenger vehicles sold in China surged 68 percent in August compared to the same month last year, but the really compelling statistic is the number of electric vehicles that made up the proportion of the 55,000 units sold in the Asian country. ( read original story ...)

China’s Harsh Words Mask a Trade Boom With South Korea

That is good news for South Korea, though perhaps not for its snails ... That trade could ease in coming years as China upgrades its technological capabilities. But for now, politics cannot overcome China’s appetites. “It surprised me that it rebounded ... ( read original story ...)