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October, 26, 2016

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Invest carefully in European soccer: expert
Chinese companies should adopt a long-term investment approach and have a thorough understanding of soccer before they invest in overseas clubs, according to insiders.
New book lifts lid on Huawei's story
Books on leadership come out most months, promising to transform readers into the next Richard Branson of Virgin or Wang Jianlin of Dalian Wanda.
Community Radius (C-Radius), an internet community service provider said it plans to build one billion square meters of smart community, aiming to become an Alibaba-like giant in online community services.
Innovating baijiu for elusive margarita moment
The fiery Chinese grain liquor called baijiu has been distilled and quaffed in the homeland pretty much the same way for a millennium. Yet, as these brands expand overseas, spirits companies are wondering: How would it taste with 7-Up?
Chairmen of local Zhanjiang chambers of commerce and entrepreneurs from Zhanjiang, in South China's Guangdong province, gathered in Beijing on Monday for their 7th annual meeting.
China plans to fully open the elderly care market and put more private capital into the sector, Economic Information Daily reported.
Internet officials, specialists and activists from home and abroad will get together at an annual world internet conference in China next month, an official from the country's top internet watchdog said on Wednesday.
Shiung makes the Chinese man
Dave Shiung, a tailor from Taiwan province, nearly 70, and the owner of Dave's Custom Tailoring, is as seasoned a professional as you can get anywhere.
The world will continue to rely heavily on developing nations, amid slowing momentum, to help keep the world economy growing, said Zhang Tao, a Chinese economic official who is the new deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund.
Chinese groups eye bids for German LED maker
Two Chinese companies are considering bids for Osram Licht, the Munich-based manufacturer of lighting products and semiconductors, in the latest sign of the nation's growing interest in buying European technology groups, a report showed.
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