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 ...)

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 ...)

Technology And Geography Unite To Fuel Growth

China's first self-made high-resolution commercial satellite, the JILIN-1 Satellite, was launched in October, 2015 by Chang Guang Satellite Technology, located in Changchun New Area. It is the first satellite named after a province. The company was founded ... ( read original story ...)

Credit China eyes online payments, P2P

In January alone, Credit China unveiled a $30 million investment in San Francisco-based blockchain technology firm BitFury Group Ltd and is part of a group that offered HK$664 million for a stake in Ping An Securities. Since 2013, Credit China's ... ( read original story ...)

Xiaomi goes all-in on retail to revive China smartphone sales

After pioneering online flash sales in China to reach the top of the smartphone market, Xiaomi Corp. is turning to old-fashioned retail to arrest its slide. The phonemaker will roll out a chain of about 1,000 brick-and-mortar stores under the Mi Home ... ( read original story ...)

Exclusive: Cheil wins China Unicom account in 11-way pitch

Cheil China will be China Unicom's main branding and marketing strategy partner for 2017 and 2018. The undertaking comes after a November pitch involving more than 20 local and multinational agencies based in Beijing, of which 11 were shortlisted for the ... ( read original story ...)