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Losses of cybercrime surging

Financial losses caused by cybercrime have soared in China and across the world this year, caused mainly by a lack of security strategies by many companies.

E-commerce retailers' service for Black Friday

Internet retailers in China, including and Alibaba, are looking to cut into this week's traditional American shopping bonanza.

Chinese government further cuts red tape

China's State Council announced it would exempt more items from central government approvals in a bid to ease burdens on enterprises and lower financing and investment costs.

China to boost service outsourcing sector

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China will further reform its foreign investment management system by adopting a "negative list" approach to streamline the process but the NDRC did not give any timetable.


Chow Tai Fook plots new grounds as tourists range further

Chow Tai Fook Jewelry Group Ltd plans to open new stores outside its main markets of Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland, as it chases new customers.


Panyu has its work cut out to maintain shine

Transformation and upgrading are the buzzwords in the jewelry industry in Guangzhou's Panyu district, a key center of China's diamond industry, as exports falter and costs rise.


Alibaba raises $8b from first bond sale

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd raised $8 billion in its first sale of bonds at yields that were lower than originally offered after investors submitted orders of at least $57 billion to the e-commerce company.

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