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China could become first country to stop using paper money
As the first country in the world to use paper money, China is expected to also become the first to stop using paper money due to the soaring popularity of mobile payment platforms, analysts forecasted on July 24.
 
JD and Walmart to expand strategic links in China
Leading e-commerce retailer JD and Walmart Inc, one of the world's biggest retailers by revenue, announced in Beijing on Tuesday they will expand a strategic partnership to further integrate their platforms, supply chains and customer resources in China.
 
Chinese industry sees best growth in three years
China's industrial economy has maintained a momentum of steady and sound growth in the first half of the year as industrial output increased 6.9 percent on a year-on-year basis, the best performance in the past three years.
 
Chinese tech firms eye potential AI boom
Chinese tech heavyweights and startups alike are scrambling to answer the country's call for greater investment in core artificial intelligence technology, after the government rolled out a national plan seeking to lead the world in AI research and application.
 
LVMH goes online to lure more luxury customers to spend in China
Global luxury giant LVMH is embracing the digital age in China by providing online shopping services for its core brand Louis Vuitton.
 
Tencent, a latecomer to AI field with a slight edge
Tencent Holdings Ltd, best known for its all-in-one app WeChat, is making inroads into artificial intelligence or AI to give its exisiting businesses a tech fillip.
 
Chinese SOEs steps up deleveraging via debt-to-equity swap
China's State-owned enterprises (SOEs) will play an exemplary role in controlling debts and reducing financial leverage, according to a report by Economic Information Daily on Monday.
 
A gas explosion at a noodle shop in China has killed two, hurt 55
Blast comes a few days after a similar incident at a restaurant in Taichung.
 
Wind of change is blowing through energy sector in China
Coal mining has become a way of life for Inner Mongolia but a new wave of green energy is about to change that.
 
Man in China dresses as dead sister for 20 years to help grieving mother cope
A video of a man who decided to dress as a woman for 20 years to help his mentally ill mother cope with the death of his sister has gone viral in China.
 
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