Chinese mining giant Minmetals plans to list its rare earth unit in Hong Kong, as the price of rare earth elements hit new highs driven by rendered speculation amid international supply worries.
Taobao is re-branding its B2C platform Taobao Mall, giving it an independent web address, Tmall.com, and spending $30 million in an advertising campaign to attract more users.
This has been the first publishing group to go public with whole products – including but not limited to traditional publishing and distribution businesses.
Intel’s new chip plant in Dalian, on China’s northeastern cost, enters production on Tuesday.
By the end of September 2010, Volvo vehicles sold in China rose 52 percent year-on-year, compared with the average growth of 12.5 percent in global market.
China Everbright Bank is likely to report an earnings increase of at least 50 percent year-on-year for the full year of 2010.
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