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Bayer Calls China 'Wild Card' for Its Consumer Health Business

More than two years after buying Merck's OTC unit and local player Dihon, bringing together three separate consumer care businesses in China remains a challenge, Bayer said. »


Machining Centers Market Expected to See Robust Growth in APAC Region

The global machining centers market in automotive, aerospace, metal fabrication and other verticals is expected to grow at a CAGR of close to 6 percent during the period 2016-2020, according to a Technavio report. »


China's Version of 'Supply-Side Reform' Not at All What Reagan Had in Mind

China's Version of 'Supply-Side Reform' Not at All What Reagan Had in Mind

To understand policymaking in China, pay attention to the buzz phrases. The country's favorite economic slogan, "supply-side structural reform," just got its most international exposure so far, at the Group of 20 summit in Hangzhou. »


Amazon Looks to Shave Delivery Time of Small Items from China to U.S.

Amazon.com Inc. is speeding the delivery of USB cables, smartphone screen protectors, cosmetics and other small, flat items in its continuing push against rival marketplaces that help overseas manufacturers and suppliers sell directly to U.S. shoppers. »


Seko Logistics Adds E-Commerce Warehousing Capacity in Hong Kong

Seko Logistics has added 100,000 square feet of warehousing and fulfillment capacity in Hong Kong. »


Makers of Vaccines in China Face New Logistics Regulations

Makers of Vaccines in China Face New Logistics Regulations

Sanofi provided insight into the logistics hurdles faced by vaccine makers in China after distribution and sales rule changes were made in response to illegal vaccine sales. »


In May 2017, China to Re-Impose Restrictions on Cross-Border E-Commerce Shipments

Between 2014 and 2015, China's cross-border e-commerce market nearly doubled, from $30.07bn to $57.13bn, with estimates from eMarketer predicting the market will pass the $85bn mark in 2016. This has undoubtedly bolstered demand for air cargo services between China and its trading partners. »


Is Growth in Services Hampering Chinese Manufacturing?

Is Growth in Services Hampering Chinese Manufacturing?

It has often been said that China will grow old before it becomes rich. But could it have too many offices, restaurants, and hotels before it becomes wealthy? »


China to Lead Way in Making Industrial Internet of Things Reality

China to Lead Way in Making Industrial Internet of Things Reality

As the world's biggest manufacturing power, China is well placed to lead the Internet of Things transition. Which is why this week GE, the world's biggest industrial company, opened what it calls a "digital foundry" in Shanghai. The centre will help Chinese companies develop and commercialise... »


The Self-Learning Supply Chain

The Self-Learning Supply Chain

Most companies have some basic form of analytics. This is the next step for the truly competitive: A supply chain that intuitively learns from your business reality to offer a level of accuracy and insight once thought impossible. And the best part? Anyone can use it. This solution paper tells you... »


Ikea to Recall Furniture in China, But Not in Europe

Ikea to Recall Furniture in China, But Not in Europe

Bowing to two weeks of rising public pressure in China, the Swedish furniture maker Ikea on Tuesday said it would extend its recent recall to a country where so far it has enjoyed strong sales. »


Chinese Continue Their Online Buying Spree of Goods from Abroad

More than 15 percent of Chinese will purchase e-commerce goods from abroad this year, according to a recent eMarketer report. »


Pfizer to Build Biologics Plant in China Using GE's Time-Reducing Modular Construction Process

Pfizer will build a biologics plant in China, where it will make biosimilars for the Chinese market but also for sale throughout the world. The New York drugmaker has turned to GE for construction of the facility, which has developed a modular construction process that will cut the cost and allow... »


China - Now an Upper-Middle-Income Nation - Has Some Hard Economic Decisions to Make

China  Now an Upper-Middle-Income Nation  Has Some Hard Economic Decisions to Make

It won't be easy, but shifting to a productivity-led economy from one focused on investment could add trillions of dollars to China's growth by 2030. »


China Continues to Be Attractive Market, Especially Its Large Upper Middle Class

China Continues to Be Attractive Market, Especially Its Large Upper Middle Class

China's economy continues to make global headlines, with each uptick or downtick in GDP growth, industrial output, retail sales, or other measure pored over like tea leaves for what it portends. »


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