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Tim Hortons is moving into China (Jul 2018) Canadian coffee and donut company Tim Hortons is looking to take advantage of a growing Chinese appetite for North American junk food. Tim Hortons, owned by Burger King and Popeyes parent company Rest
Xi’s campaign to draw people back to graying rural China faces … Jul 19th, 2018 02:20 UTC Reuters Reuters SHUANGFENG COUNTY, China (Reuters) – Liu Deke, 73, puffed away on a roll-up as he threshed stalks of dried rapeseed on a large canvas sheet. Nearby . Xi’s Campaign to Draw People Back to Graying Rural China Faces Uphill BattleU.S. News & World Report
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Norwegian Cruise Line Is Moving Its Built-for-China Ship to the US on 18th of Jul 2018 Skift Skift A little more than a year ago, Norwegian Cruise Line was celebrating its first China-based ship, Norwegian Joy, at a ceremony in Shanghai. Everything at the christening — ship included — had been customized for the market: the hull art, featuring a .
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Xi Jinping heads to Africa to clinch China’s hold over the continent Jul 19th, 2018 03:56 UTC CNN CNN China is also bolstering its diplomatic and military presence on the continent, becoming more active in UN peacekeeping missions and even opening its first overseas naval base in Djibouti last year — with the latter move triggering alarm in Washington .
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Yuan approaches China’s red line for intervention Jul 19th, 2018 17:08 UTC Nikkei Asian Review Nikkei Asian Review In some Asian countries, including China, funds have begun moving to the U.S., said a foreign exchange dealer at a major bank. Foreign companies operating in China are in the midst of repatriating profits back home after reporting earnings for 2017. China’s commitment to stable yuan looks unstableBreakingviews China’s yuan plunges again. Is a currency war coming?CNNMoney China stocks fall, airlines slump on yuan weaknessReuters
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Apple iCloud data in China now stored by state-owned company on 18th of Jul 2018 Mashable Mashable In February, Apple caused an uproar when it announced it would be moving Chinese users’ iCloud accounts — and their encryption keys — to a China-based server company Guizhou-Cloud Big Data. Human rights advocates warned this move would be . Apple iCloud data in China is being stored by a state-run telcoEngadget
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China stocks, renminbi down as investors mull trade talks Jul 19th, 2018 05:05 UTC South China Morning Post Financial Times The CSI 300 index of major Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks rose 0.6 per cent at the open in China before losing ground to be down 0.1 per cent. In Hong Kong the Hang Seng China Enterprises index was up 0.9 per cent before moving lower to be up 0.2 per . Xiaomi shares notch new high after Hong Kong, mainland China stock exchanges reach agreementCNBC
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China’s Didi gears up to launch ride-hailing service in Japan with SoftBank Jul 19th, 2018 08:14 UTC VentureBeat VentureBeat Didi, for the uninitiated, emerged back in 2015 following a merger between local Chinese rivals Didi Dache and Kuaidi Dache, and the combined entity is now the market leader in China by some distance, powered by a series of gargantuan funding rounds .
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Tim Hortons is moving into China – CNNMoney (Jul 2018) CNNMoney Tim Hortons is moving into China CNNMoney Canadian coffee and donut company Tim Hortons is looking to take advantage of a growing Chinese appetite for North American junk food. Tim Hortons, owned by Burger King and Popeyes parent company Restaurant Brands (QSR), said Wednesday that it .
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China Focus: Industries moving inland bring migrant worker mothers back home Jul 19th, 2018 08:13 UTC Xinhua As industries in more prosperous coastal regions are facing the pressure of rising labor cost in recent years, the transform and upgrade has forced many labor-intensive businesses to move inland, bringing vast numbers of jobs and creating chances for .
Chinese president visits UAE amid push to increase influence Jul 19th, 2018 07:42 UTC ABC News ABC News Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Abu Dhabi on Thursday on his first trip to the United Arab Emirates as the leader of China at a time when the two countries look to strengthen trade ties and expand investment. It is Xi’s first trip abroad since .
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