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First stage of oil reserves established

Lower prices give China a chance to build up strategic oil reserves to provide energy security as its oil use and imports grow.

Alipay brings the frenzy of Black Friday to China

A group of high-end retailers in the US have teamed up with Alipay, which will enable online shoppers in China to purchase goods through Alipay's ePass, in a celebrated American shopping ritual.


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Consumers seeking protection from pollution

Constantly frustrated with hazardous air quality, more Chinese consumers are turning to products aimed at protecting their health.


SMG, Disney agree to broaden cooperation

Shanghai Media Group and Walt Disney Company jointly announced their co-op will be extended to television content development, film co-production, content distribution and marketing.


Mercedes-Benz set to build on success for an even bigger 2015

Although winter is well on its way, German premium vehicle brand Mercedes-Benz is showing no sign of cooling down after a strong performance at the ongoing Auto Guangzhou 2014.


App developers given Google platform

Google Inc is making its most aggressive move on the Chinese mainland since a high-profile exit from the market nearly five years ago.

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Oxford can play a bigger role in reflecting change

Rana Mitter, director of the new Dickson Poon University of Oxford China Centre, believes China should now be seen as a plural noun rather than as a singular noun.

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