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Apple's Next China Challenge Comes From Local Smartphone Rivals - Businessweek (blog)

Apple's Next China Challenge Comes From Local Smartphone Rivals - Businessweek (blog) | BUSS4 Research | Scoop.it
Apple's Next China Challenge Comes From Local Smartphone Rivals Businessweek (blog) According to Tim Cook, China Mobile sales of the iPhone have gotten off to “an incredible start.” Still, Chinese companies that haven't been in Apple's league are...
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Business chiefs join David Cameron in China to drum up trade

Business chiefs join David Cameron in China to drum up trade | BUSS4 Research | Scoop.it
Prime minister enlists 131 delegates to demonstrate full range of UK companies, from manufacturers to creative industries
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Nation's steel demand loses its strength

Nation's steel demand loses its strength | BUSS4 Research | Scoop.it
The growth rate of China's steel demand will fall to 3.2 percent in 2014 due to economic transformation and China's efforts to improve the environment.Steel consumption estimated at 693m tons in '13Iron ore imports slow...
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In China, the Coolpad Is Hotter Than Apple's iPhone - Wall Street Journal

In China, the Coolpad Is Hotter Than Apple's iPhone - Wall Street Journal | BUSS4 Research | Scoop.it
In China, the Coolpad Is Hotter Than Apple's iPhone
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Apple on Monday reported a 29% increase in its revenue in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan combined for the quarter ended Dec. 28.
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Should we fear the growth of Huawei?

Should we fear the growth of Huawei? | BUSS4 Research | Scoop.it
Chinese telecoms group Huawei has grown steadily over the past decade, but US authorities remain concerned about the company.
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Economists: China impacts global economy

Economists: China impacts global economy | BUSS4 Research | Scoop.it
Editor's note: As policymakers of the G20 nations meet on Thursday in the Russian city of St. Petersburg for the eighth time, one issue that cannot be ignored will be the growth of China, the world's second-largest economy.
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