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California almond exporters eye rich growth potential in China market

2017-05-24

The growing spending power of China's middle class and its increasing interest in healthy food are creating good conditions for exports of Californian almonds, said Richard Waycott, chief executive officer of the Almond Board of California.

Ford set to cut workers in North America, Asia

2017-05-18

Ford Motor Co. will cut 1,400 salaried workers in its North America and Asia Pacific operations by the end of September.

First Vietnamese milk firm approved for exports to China

2017-05-17

Vietnam's largest dairy firm Vinamilk has got the green-light to officially export its milk products to China, the company told Xinhua on Wednesday.

Luxury boutiques equipped with virtual reality headsets

2017-02-20

The luxury goods sector is embracing cutting-edge technologies as fashion boutiques turn to virtual reality and artificial intelligence to woo shoppers.

Hanjin: Final curtain falls on shipping saga

2017-02-17

Hanjin Shipping used to be one of the world's top 10 shipping companies. But now, the final curtain has fallen.

Samsung Heir Arrives at Court to Avert Second Arrest Warrant

2017-02-16

Jay Y. Lee, the de facto head of Samsung Group, arrived in a Seoul court Thursday as he seeks to avoid a second arrest warrant requested by a special prosecutor.

Taiwan-funded companies remain big players in Dongguan

2017-02-15

Taiwan-funded companies that have invested in Guangdong province's city of Dongguan, a major manufacturing center in the Pearl River Delta, have maintained sustainable business growth there and many of them have been introducing smart solutions to cope with rising production costs, according to leading businessmen.

Toshiba chairman quits over $3.4bn loss

2017-02-15

Toshiba chairman Shigenori Shiga has resigned, hours after the Japanese conglomerate revealed details of a multi-billion dollar loss.

Sharing and matching can be a problem in Hong Kong

2017-02-15

The sharing kitchen concept is something unique in the city given its big population and limited space, academic maintains

What price can you put on love?

2017-02-14

Love and cash are in the air on Tuesday as the city celebrates Valentine’s Day with the second most generous couples in the region spending on average HK$2,200.