The real-time monitoring data of parcels and express packages handled by China's State Post Bureau showed that delivery volume in China reached 100 billion units in 2021.
Tang and his entrepreneurial story may someday become a classic case study taught in business schools. Whether about success or failure, it is certain to be extremely exciting.
It was reported that Genki Forest "is nearing completion of a new round of financing, with a target valuation of $14-15 billion, which is more than doubled compared with the previous round of $6 billion."
The economic recession triggered by the coronavirus pandemic has spawned a global cohort of newly budget-conscious consumers, which has given a push to low-priced retailers such as Miniso.
Suning International, the international business arm of Chinese retail giant Suning Group, unveiled a new cross-border initiative that will see the company partner with foreign brands that are seeking entry into China.
During a popular annual television program broadcast by state-run China Central Television on March 15 – which is also World Consumer Rights Day – several domestic and foreign brands were singled out for violations of consumer rights.
Following the record-breaking box office earnings during the Spring Festival, IMAX’s Mainland China arm IMAX China and Broadway Studios have announced a new agreement.
One of China’s leading interactive e-commerce platforms Pinduoduo (PDD) has capitalized on new opportunities to source fresh farm produce and deliver it to consumers.
On Nov. 25, e-commerce platform Pinduoduo released a list of its top consumer goods for women in early winter.
Young Xiaomi fans were referred to as diaosi, roughly translated into losers in English, by a Xiaomi head at a forum in Beijing.
Pinduoduo, China’s largest e-commerce platform for agricultural products, has announced its Q3 earning last night and its user number has strongly increased to over 730 million buyers.
For a number of China’s export-dependent manufacturers, the pandemic was a big blow as some Chinese companies saw their export orders had decreased greatly.
No matter how much money some Chinese young professionals earn each month, their desire for luxury goods and lifestyle remains unsatiated.