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China's newly appointed minister of commerce vowed on Monday to further boost foreign direct investment and let foreign companies play a bigger role driving local manufacturing and service industries.
 
Xiaomi launches smartphone with own chip Pengpai S1
Chinese tech firm Xiaomi launched a chip wholly developed by its subsidiary Pine Cone Electronics, and a version of its flagship device, the Mi 5c, which is powered by this chip, the Pengpai S1, in Beijing on Tuesday.
 
Regulator vows to speed up IPOs
China's top securities regulator vowed on Sunday to facilitate more market-oriented share offerings while keeping market manipulation and other illegal activities under tighter scrutiny.
 
Seeking security from jobs
For the past five months, Xiang Ying, 26, a resident of Beijing, has been a full-time jobseeker, looking for her fourth job.
 
Young workers' need for decent physical spaces a global phenomenon
Chinese millennials attach stronger importance to workplace environment, which is expected to drive companies to improve their physical space, according to some reports.
 
Mobile World Congress: Nokia launches three new smartphones
HMD Global, the authorized manufacturer of Nokia brand, unveiled a new generation of Nokia smartphones on Sunday, marking the global launch of the brand's first android phones in the market.
 
Millennials drive offline markets
Millennials aged 18-37 are now a crucial 415-million strong segment of Chinese consumers, constituting nearly one-third of the nation's total consumers.
 
China calls for greater bourse regulation
China needs to do more to stop risky behavior in its stock market, a regulator said Sunday, following a 2015 collapse in share prices and complaints investors are engaged in a dangerous new round of speculative buying.
 
UBS chief sees brighter prospects for 2017
When it comes to risk assessments, Axel Weber, chairman of UBS Group AG, is among the few who have been able to see things from both a regulatory and business perspective.
 
Airbus bullish on demand for widebody planes
Air China and Sichuan Airlines will be the first batch of mainland customers to take delivery this year of the A350-a new widebody aircraft produced by Airbus Group SE ...
 
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