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China service trade deficit expands

China recorded a bigger deficit in foreign service trade in August, the latest data from the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) showed.

Nutritional supplements have a thriving market in China

According to a health and wellness survey, 73% of Chinese consumers are willing to trade up and pay a higher price for products that are deemed healthier.

China lowers down payment requirement for 2nd homes

Chinese citizens who wish to buy a second home will enjoy the same 30% down payment required of first-time home buyers if they have fully repaid their mortgage loans, banking authorities said Tuesday.

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Europe helps boost yuan use internationally

Yuan activities are accelerating across European financial centers, signaling a big step forward in the internationalization of the currency and Europe's crucial role in supporting this process.


China regulator approves iPhone 6 for sale in China

Apple Inc's iPhone 6 can now be sold in China, after the company received a license for the device to be used on China's wireless networks.


China Sept manufacturing activity continues expanding: NBS

Chinese manufacturing business activity continued to expand in September while manufacturers' operating conditions saw no improvement against the previous month amid subdued growth momentum.


Volvo recalls faulty cars in China

Volvo began its recall of 569 unit its V40 model over software flaws on Tuesday, the country's quality watchdog said in a statement.


Xbox One hit store floor in China

Microsoft launched the Chinese version of its Xbox One gaming console across 37 cities in China on Sept 29. Consumers are able to buy the console and accessories in over 4,000 outlets.

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