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LONDON: Amid warnings of a ‘Mad Max’ economy post-Brexit, and gestures toward China from the UK’s Prime Minister, Theresa May, growing exports to China suggests that the UK will continue to pursue this trend – yet the story ...

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BEIJING: Both Alibaba’s Taobao and JD.com online marketplaces have integrated livestreaming platforms for merchants or influencers to market products close to the point of purchase.

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BEIJING: GSK has successfully tapped into e-commerce giant Alibaba’s data ecosystem to boost user growth of its Flixonase nasal spray treatment for hay fever.

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SHANGHAI: About four-fifths (79%) of Chinese consumers use their mobile devices for e-commerce at least once a month, compared to 33% of all global consumers, according to figures from PwC.

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BEIJING: As the New Year approaches, China’s tech giants are flexing their capabilities in preparation for competition over who will win the lion’s share of hongbao (red envelope) usage.
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BEIJING: Chinese children are interested in the world around them but much of their focus is directed towards study leaving them little time to interact with friends, a recent study suggests.

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China's e-commerce boom is defined by major trends including mobile commerce, offline integration, social media shopping and innovative payments.

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Outlines retail trends shaping Asia, including mobile shopping, in-store technology, and innovative shopping experiences, with a focus on China and Indonesia.

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BEIJING: Soon after announcing it was recruiting among the over-60s to help make its online shopping platforms more amenable to this age group, Alibaba has also launched an elderly-friendly version of its Taobao shopping app.

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BEIJING: Baidu-backed iQiyi, an online video streaming service, is using artificial intelligence to aid across a range of difficult, often creative, decisions.

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NEW YORK/BEIJING: BuzzFeed, the US online media firm best-known for its viral listicles and memes, is taking a significant step forward into the Chinese market.

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Demographics are dead in China – if brands really want to connect with Chinese youth, deep cultural awareness and brand authenticity are essential.

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Dan Calladine, Head of Media Futures at Carat Global, discusses the major technology and media trends to prepare for in 2018 and the ways in which media use and consumption may shift.

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BEIJING: For the first time, men in China spent more online than women, due to heavy spending from young men on takeaway food and gaming, in a reversal of the traditional belief that women shop more than men.

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SHANGHAI: Sales in China’s luxury goods sector surged ahead in 2017, growing six times faster than in 2016, driven in large part by the spending habits of millennials, according to a new report from Bain.

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BEIJING: JD.com, one of China’s biggest online retailers, has introduced its own range of branded products in a move that not only follows Amazon’s lead but also reflects a broader shift in the country’s commercial culture.

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Shell successfully positioned itself as a pioneer in future energy solutions in the UK, USA, China, Nigeria and Brazil, with a range of content showcasing some of its brighter ideas in action.

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This article explores the reading and thinking surrounding Sina Weibo, a popular Chinese micro-blogging platform allowing users to post, share and explore Chinese-language content, but which also finds itself under pressure to censor unfavourable content by China's government.

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SHANGHAI: Marriott, the US hotel chain, has found itself at the receiving end of official Chinese anger after a Mandarin-language questionnaire emailed to its loyalty program customers listed Tibet and other territories as independent countries.

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BEIJING/WASHINGTON: Following the collapse of a deal that would have seen US wireless carrier AT&T sell smartphones made by Chinese manufacturer Huawei, experts have raised the issue of a “trust deficit” between the two countries.

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SHANGHAI: Chinese consumers consider search a first port of call when making purchase decisions, but only 19% of search activity in the country is for brands or products, according to a new study by OMD China.

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Chinese consumers consider search a first port of call when making purchase decisions, but only 19% of search activity in the country is for brands or products.

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SINGAPORE: Chinese consumers are generally far more accepting of online advertising compared to other markets – in fact, being targeted with ads can be seen as indicative of their status, especially for luxury products.

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BEIJING: China introduced tough new regulations governing the manufacture and distribution of infant formula products on New Year’s Day and it is expected that the development will work very much in favour of international brands.

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BEIJING: JD.com, the Chinese e-commerce business, is more than just a sales channel for brands – it is also a brand-building platform, according to its founder.