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Samsung's iris-reading Note 7 keeps Apple at bay
After extending its lead over Apple Inc in the global smartphone market with the Galaxy S7, Samsung Electronics Co is now trying to keep that spirit alive before a new iPhone arrives.
 
Are going-out companies paying too much?
In the late 1980s, Japan had over-inflated stock and property markets. Its companies, fleeing the lack of opportunities in Japan itself, vastly overpaid for all manner of US assets. I often dreamed that some Japanese investor would overpay for the house I owned at the time.
 
Chinese super-shoppers are willing to buy clothes and takeout when they shop online, according to a report issued by Worldpay, a leading payments company with global reach.
 
China is willing to take an open attitude to work with the British government to conduct a feasibility study for a China-United Kingdom free trade agreement to deepen bilateral business ties, the Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday.
 
Million volunteers in Hangzhou get ready as G20 draws near
Volunteers are busy preparing as the G20 Summit in Hangzhou is around the corner, said the host city's organizer at the 30-day countdown press briefing.
 
Embassy camps win Chinese over
As Chinese people go global not just as tourists but as students, investors, businesspeople, researchers and inventors, interest in foreign cultures is increasing by the day.
 
July fruitful for young brains at Apple Stores
US tech giant Apple Inc's famous free summer camp for children attracted hordes of Chinese kids last month. Thousands of young campers learned to make movies, play with robots, and even write code using iPad.
 
JV to focus on high-tech medicine research
GlaxoSmithKline Plc, the UK's biggest drugmaker, is forming a joint venture with Google parent Alphabet Inc's life-sciences business to research and develop bioelectronic medicines.
 
Govt urges UK decision on nuclear plant
China urged Britain to reach a decision on a controversial multibillion dollar power station project as soon as possible, as a key minister behind London's closer ties with China was reported to be considering resigning.
 
The Ministry of Commerce said it hasn't received business declaration from Didi Chuxing and Uber Technologies Inc though both companies announced merger Monday.
 
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