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Economy

HSBC PMI picks up as policy easing kicks in

A Chinese manufacturing activity gauge beat expectations in July, hitting an 18-month high as easier monetary and fiscal policies kicked in.

Companies

Lenovo unit thinking past PC to the Internet of Things

World's largest personal computer maker launched a new Internet of Things unit to make sure it does not miss the next big trend in electronics manufacturing.

Industries

Boom for sales of baby products

Demand for safe child-care products will continue to grow in China as safety awareness among young parents increases, said a report released in Shanghai on Thursday.

Motoring

Bentley to see China as biggest market: chairman

Bentley Motors delivered 1,318 cars in the Chinese market in the first half of 2014, up 61 percent from the same period of 2013.

Technology

Xbox One rights given to China Telecom

China Telecom said it has been chosen as the exclusive provider of Xbox One in China so that the game console can be combined with the telecommunication company's new product - Yue Me.

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