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Apple loses exclusive right to iPhone trademark in China
Apple Inc has lost exclusivity on the use of the "iPhone" trademark in China and has to share it with a Beijing-based leather products maker.
 
JD.com to tap foreign wine brands to feed local e-buyers' tastes
Themed at "premium wines at affordable prices", China's largest direct selling e-commerce giant JD.com jointly launched its third International Wine Festival and imported wine strategy on Wednesday in Beijing.
 
Tianlai Karaoke tests water in smart devices
Tianlai Karaoke, one of the most popular online karaoke service providers in China, is looking to dive into the family entertainment industry, said the company's COO Hao Jie on Friday in Beijing.
 
China is mulling new plans to bolster development of civil aviation, rental housing, as well as smart manufacturing, part of the supply-side reform to drive economic growth, according to a State Council executive meeting on Wednesday.
 
After China builds islands, its singers assert sea claims
Mainland China's military has dispatched ships and planes -- even constructed new islands to assert its maritime claims. Now it's deploying a new set of tools to uphold Chinese sovereignty: Magicians, singers and actors.
 
College students born in the 1990s have no lack of experience in investing in the financial market, but the group as a whole is in need of better financial education, according to a new survey.
 
Content building to become market entry point in VR industry
Countless virtual reality (VR) headsets have appeared in the country overnight, vying for attention, while China's burgeoning market has not yet to mature when it comes to tech bottlenecks, such as resolution, refresh rate and latency of the display, and more importantly, the content.
 
Space engineers eye industrial robot space
Chinese space engineers are taking advantage of their expertise to develop a large family of industrial robots in the hope of grabbing a share of the huge Chinese market.
 
Mainland China's central bank on Wednesday fixed the yuan currency nearly 0.60 percent weaker against the U.S. dollar, according to the national foreign exchange market, the biggest downward move since devaluing the unit in August last year.
 
Trade between the world's two biggest economies is mutually beneficial, Beijing said Wednesday after presumptive U.S. Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump accused mainland China of "rape."
 
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