China is becoming an emerging source market for Dubai's tourism sector and the Middle East city has stepped up partnerships with Chinese firms to tap the world's largest outbound tourism market, according to Dubai's tourism authority.
The constant widening of opening up in China's manufacturing sector will not only help domestic industrial upgrading but benefit all foreign companies, industry experts say.
Tuniu, a popular Chinese online travel agency, plans to seek a total of 30 local partners in overseas tourism destinations in the next three years to tap the country's growing outbound travel market.
Alibaba’s Hema Fresh market, which features seafood, prepared food and groceries, aims to diversify its catering offerings by working with regional restaurant operators.
Local brands dominated the list of the top 10 most chosen brands in China as new entrants successfully expanded their customer bases with new product launches, a recent report says.
Online video platform iQiyi, which issued its Nasdaq IPO to raise US$2.25 billion in March, plans to establish a digital entertainment empire through business expansion and technology upgrades, including VR and AI technologies.
Machines that can impeccably synthesize the human voice, assist judges in sentencing, and tell customers whether a dress is a good fit, have been displayed at the second World Intelligence Congress in Tianjin.
Illegal activities have led to the closure of 20,000 online food providers that did business on China’s three major web platforms – Ele.me, Meituan and Baidu – following a recent supervision campaign, according to the Beijing Food and Drug Administration.
The global warehouse robotics market is expected to grow by 11.6 percent in the next five years to reach 5.186 billion U.S. dollars by 2023, a market research agency said Thursday.
Over the past months, many new energy vehicle (NEV) manufacturers in China have found themselves in an unfamiliar situation: sales continue to increase, but profits are significantly declining.