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China’s tech clampdown wipes $260bn off share values

Chinese technology giants from Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. to Tencent Holdings Ltd shed almost $260 billion of market value over two days of frantic selling, as investors scrambled to assess the fallout from Beijing’s broadest attempt to rein in its most powerful private-sector firms. Technology shares tumbled for a second day after Beijing issued regulations […]

China’s Xi vows ‘more forceful’ tools to achieve this year’s economic targets

India Post enters e-commerce era

India Post announced its full-fledged entry into the e-commerce business, where it will leverage its parcel business for end-to-end delivery of products. Communications Minister Shri Manoj Sinha on Friday launched the e-commerce portal of the Department of Posts providing an online market place to rural artisans and public sector units to sell their products. “The […]

India’s Economy Shows Spark on Pent-Up Demand After Reopenings

Fashion e-tailer: Trade war has little impact on us

David Jou, CEO of Thailand based Pomelo Fashion, says its business is growing on the back of the digital retail trend, which will continue in spite of trade tensions and issues in politics.The supply chain is not impacted as they have tapped into the manufacturing that takes place in South East Asia. SOURCE: CNBC  

Much-loved Malaysian brands feature on Readers Digest Most Trusted Brand Awards

No sign of Singles Day fatigue as sales top US$30b

The 10th anniversary of Singles Day was celebrated with a bang yesterday on Alibaba’s Tmall site and other e-commerce platforms, showing once again that consumer spending in China remains a juggernaut for the economy. E-commerce giant Alibaba said its B2C site Tmall’s whole-day sales totaled 213.5 billion yuan (US$30.7 billion), a year-on-year jump of 26.9 […]

China’s Xi vows ‘more forceful’ tools to achieve this year’s economic targets

China adopts e-commerce law to improve market regulation

The law, which is set to “protect legal rights and interests of all parties” and “maintain the market order,” requires all e-commerce operators to fulfill their obligations to protect consumers’ rights and interests as well as personal information, intellectual property rights, cyberspace security and the environment. Read the full story at http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-08/31/c_137433978.htm SOURCE: Xinhuanet

China’s Xi vows ‘more forceful’ tools to achieve this year’s economic targets

E-commerce helps improve living conditions of households in S China

Shi Qiuxiang began her online business in hometown in 2013. She got to know a kind of sweet potato planted in areas with high altitude by chance and decided to develop business on it. With her successful experience, Shi promoted her way of planting sweet potatoes to more than 1,000 households who lived in poverty […]

China’s Xi vows ‘more forceful’ tools to achieve this year’s economic targets

China’s backing of entrepreneurs key to e-commerce boom: Alibaba’s Jack Ma

Jack Ma, the founder and chairman of China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba, on Tuesday credited backing from the government for the country’s booming e-commerce sector. Read the full story at http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/13/c_136821112.htm SOURCE: Xinhuanet

China’s Xi vows ‘more forceful’ tools to achieve this year’s economic targets

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