Just smile: In KFC China store, diners have new way to pay

Yum China, which spun off from its U.S. parent Yum Brands Inc last year, is trying to rev up growth in the world’s second largest economy, where food safety scares and changing consumer tastes have dented sales since 2012. Yum is still the largest fast ... ( read original story ...)

WeChat Stores May Change the E-Commerce in China

The emergence of new technology has transformed our consumption environment in an impressive way in China. Brands and influencers have quickly succeeded in penetrating the Chinese market and society by using tools that intertwine into the everyday lives of ... ( read original story ...)

Amid THAAD Dispute, South Korean Brands Suffer in China

As the dispute between China and South Korea over the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system continues, South Korean brands are suffering in China. On August 30, Hyundai spokesman Sohn Yong revealed that Hyundai has resumed ... ( read original story ...)

KazMeat brand exhibited at ANUFOOD China 2017

BEIJING. KAZINFORM KazMeat, the Kazakh brand, has been exhibited for the second time at the ANUFOOD China-2017 international food exhibition held in Beijing, Kazinform correspondent in China reports. "In 2016, three umbrella brands were created in ... ( read original story ...)

China factory growth accelerates, service industries slip

It's the 13th straight month the PMI has posted an expansion, according to the data compiled by the Federation of Logistics & Purchasing released through China's official statistics website. Output rose and overall new orders expanded but export orders ... ( read original story ...)

China isn’t about to have a Japan-style lost decade

financial deleveraging and business deregulation. This policy pragmatism and willingness to embrace structural changes are, in our view, the fundamental differences between China today and Japan in the early 1990s. Should the official policies continue to ... ( read original story ...)

Renault-Nissan, China’s Dongfeng announce e-car venture

Ford Motor Co. announced last week it was looking at setting up a possible electric car venture with a Chinese partner. General Motors Co., Volkswagen AG and other brands also have announced plans to manufacture electric vehicles in China. ( read original story ...)