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Can China save the world by consuming more? | vox

Can China save the world by consuming more? | vox | China | Scoop.it

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Neil Codd's curator insight, November 3, 2013 4:08 PM

Article three years old but still very relevant. Just discovered via a student copying and pasting a chunk in their essay! Global rebalancing

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China: Storm In A Coffee Cup

China: Storm In A Coffee Cup | China | Scoop.it
The furore over Starbucks prices is the latest...

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China Mobile 4G service tipped to launch December 18th with iPhone 5S

China Mobile 4G service tipped to launch December 18th with iPhone 5S | China | Scoop.it
One of the biggest growth markets in the smartphone and mobile industry is China. A lot of smartphone makers are specifically targeting China, including Apple with its iPhone devices.

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What does China own in Britain?

China has a lot of money to invest, but how much of it comes into Britain and what is it spent on?

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Starbucks sees big growth in China

Starbucks sees big growth in China | China | Scoop.it
Starbucks reported spiking revenues in Asia Pacific in its latest quarter earnings that is primarily driven by solid sales in China.

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Starbucks Coffee Opens 100th Store In Beijing;Unveils Starbucks China University - NASDAQ

Starbucks Coffee Opens 100th Store In Beijing;Unveils Starbucks China University - NASDAQ | China | Scoop.it
China DailyStarbucks Coffee Opens 100th Store In Beijing;Unveils Starbucks China UniversityNASDAQ(RTTNews.com) - Starbucks Coffee Co. (SBUX) announced Monday that it has opened its100th store in Beijing, China.
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China’s Chukong to launch developer suite for its Cocos2d-x game engine, as it lands $50m investment

China’s Chukong to launch developer suite for its Cocos2d-x game engine, as it lands $50m investment | China | Scoop.it
Chukong Technologies, one of the top Chinese mobile gaming publishers and studios, has announced the upcoming launch of a developer suite for its popular open-source Cocos2D-X engine.

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Banking Regulatory Commission doesn’t plan to regulate Bitcoin in China for now, says article | Bitcoin Examiner

Banking Regulatory Commission doesn’t plan to regulate Bitcoin in China for now, says article | Bitcoin Examiner | China | Scoop.it

China’s Banking Regulatory Commission will not regulate Bitcoin in the country for now. At least, that’s what an article published on the Chinese website Sina says.


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Chinatown, Bangkok

Chinatown, Bangkok | China | Scoop.it

I have been to a couple of Chinatowns but today most of them are just for tourists. This one in Bangkok, Thailand is the real deal. A wonderful place!

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In areas like this I use only one lens: the great 14mm! In my eyes this is the best and most useful lens Fuji has made so far. It might be a little wide for street shooting in Europe, the USA or everywhere where there is more space but it works just perfect here. It made me stop using the OVF on my XP1. It’s coverage is much wider and I like precise framing.


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Wal-Mart to open up to 110 new China stores by 2016

Wal-Mart to open up to 110 new China stores by 2016 | China | Scoop.it
Wal-Mart, the world's biggest retailer, is expanding its China business as it seeks to raise profitability in a slowing retail sector.

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British brands take on the Chinese market

British brands take on the Chinese market | China | Scoop.it
British companies attempting to enter the Chinese market are doing everything they can to attract Chinese consumers, reports the BBC's Celia Hatton.

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Sheron Karunatilake's curator insight, May 10, 2014 3:53 PM

OPPORTUNITIES/ THREATS FROM OUTSIDE CHINA

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Futuristic cars aim to capture more of US, China markets - The Japan News

Futuristic cars aim to capture more of US, China markets - The Japan News | China | Scoop.it
Futuristic cars aim to capture more of US, China markets
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Why Tesco struggled to crack China

Why Tesco struggled to crack China | China | Scoop.it
With nearly 1.4 billion people, China is the biggest consumer market in the world. Yet the supermarket giant Tesco has found it tough to crack the market.

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McNally's curator insight, October 5, 2013 8:44 AM

Explaination of Tesco's decision to sell its Chinese business into a new joint venture with CRE. Left with a 20% stake and had to invest £300m+ into the JV; but at least it limits Tesco's losses in China.

Mr Jones's curator insight, January 29, 2014 6:43 AM

Why has it taken Tesco 10 year to refine its strategy? What advantages do they hope for from the new approach? Who paid who in the creation of this new joint venture?

 

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A nice short summary here of Tesco's decision to sell its Chinese business into a new joint venture with CRE. Left with a 20% stake and had to invest £300m+ into the JV; but at least it limits Tesco's losses in China and enables it to focus attention back here in the UK.

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Starbucks goes mobile in China | Retail in Asia

Starbucks goes mobile in China | Retail in Asia | China | Scoop.it

Starbucks, the coffee house chain, is leveraging mobile tools such as geo-location services and apps as it seeks to engage young, affluent consumers in China.

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In China, Starbucks doesn’t sell coffee to make its millions. It rents couches

In China, Starbucks doesn’t sell coffee to make its millions. It rents couches | China | Scoop.it
The conventional wisdom for foreign food retailers entering China is to cater to local taste. But at Starbucks, the push to make China its second biggest market centers more on local demand for space.

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Digital Ad Spending in China

Digital Ad Spending in China | China | Scoop.it
According to the latest infographic released by GO Globe , Chinese marketers are spending around 30% of their total advertising budget online and online advertising industry is estimated to reach 33% of total Chinese Ad spend by 2017.

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“Chinese Google” Baidu accepts Bitcoin: another sign that China is welcoming cryptocurrency | Bitcoin Examiner

“Chinese Google” Baidu accepts Bitcoin: another sign that China is welcoming cryptocurrency | Bitcoin Examiner | China | Scoop.it

The Chinese internet giant Baidu – also known as the Asian Google – has announced it is accepting Bitcoin payments since this Monday (14). This is huge news for the cryptocurrency ecosystem and one more sign that China is really welcoming Bitcoin into the country without major regulation issues, at least so far.


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