China approves nine IPO applications

The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), the country's top securities regulator, has approved the IPO applications for nine companies. They will raise up to 4.3 billion yuan ($638 million), the CSRC said. READ MORE China continues to top patent ... ( read original story ...)

10 Rising Female Brand Ambassadors in China You Should Know

In recent years, international brands are racing to secure partnerships with leading celebrities to reach Chinese consumers, especially the younger generations. The role of brand ambassadors is becoming increasingly important for establishing, maintaining ... ( read original story ...)

How China’s Best Performing Brands Localize For The Market

Out of every 100 people you pass on the average street in China, 12 of them will be obese. Yet if you find yourself in Beijing, that number is 26. On top of that, they’ll be 2-3 inches taller than the folk you’d meet in Guangzhou. They’ll usually ... ( read original story ...)

11 jailed for faking popular baby formula brands

SHANGHAI -- Eleven people received jail terms in Shanghai Friday, after being convicted of producing and selling counterfeit baby formula imitating popular foreign and domestic brands ... making company based in east China's Shandong Province was fined ... ( read original story ...)

CIA brands China as long-term security challenge to US

Prime News, International, New York, July 27 : CIA Director Mike Pompeo has branded China as one of the biggest threat to America’s super power status in the world, than Russia or Iran. Terming terrorism and North Korea as short-term threats to US ... ( read original story ...)

Apple is removing VPN services from China App Store: providers

BEIJING (Reuters) - Apple Inc (AAPL.O) is removing virtual private network (VPN) services from its app store in China, VPN service providers said on Saturday, accusing the U.S. tech giant of bowing to pressure from Beijing to comply with stringent ... ( read original story ...)

Sri Lanka, China sign long-delayed $1.5 billion port deal

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — Sri Lanka's government on Saturday signed a long-delayed agreement to sell a 70 per cent stake in a $1.5 billion port to China in a bid to recover from the heavy burden of repaying a Chinese loan obtained to build the facility. ( read original story ...)