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October, 28, 2016

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Box office revenue in China declined sharply during the first three days of the National Day holiday compared with last year. It was the first plunge of holiday ticket sales in five years.
Hamleys powers ahead under Chinese ownership
For decades, Hamleys in London's Regent Street battled it out with FAO Schwarz from New York to be known as the world's most prestigious toy store.
BRICS members need to find their purpose again, O'Neill says
BRICS countries need to find their collective purpose again, given that some economies are weak, says Jim O'Neill, who coined the acronym BRIC in 2001 to describe Brazil, Russia, India and China as potential growth powerhouses. South Africa was added nine years later to make it BRICS.
New technology makes community life more convenient
Zhang Xueqing, a 32-year-old accountant, has recently been busy redecorating her apartment in Chengdu, while teaching her parents to use the face recognition door control system.
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Chinese enterprises' overseas investments will be more sustainable as China and the United Nations have launched a campaign on sustainable development for China's endeavor of going global.
The Chinese units of a former meat supplier for McDonald's and KFC China have been fined more than US$3.6 million for selling expired meat in a fast food safety scandal that erupted two years ago.
International airports have become the new battlefield for the country's top internet companies as they gear up for over-seas expansion by providing Chinese outbound travelers with more e-wallet services.
Skincare, make-up drive consumer goods growth
China's skincare and make-up sectors registered strong growth of 12 and 10 percent respectively last year with South Korean and Japanese brands making up the lion's share of the increase, according to an industry report.
Chinese listed companies are chasing insurance licenses, hoping to gain low-cost capital amid the economic slowdown.
BlackBerry stops making phones
It's official. BlackBerry Ltd, the Canadian company that invented the smartphone and addicted legions of road warriors to the "CrackBerry", has stopped making its iconic handsets.
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