Monthly Archive for: ‘December, 2012’

Tour in China-Tengchong Jade

Jade is the cream of gems. Tengchong is the origin of Jade. Located in the western foot of Gaoligong Mountain in the west part of Yunnan province, China, Tengchong is a time-honored city of several thousand years. Its long history of manufacturing and trading Jade in large scale brings its fame as a Jade City. Source: Amazon

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China manufacturing data add to evidence of pick-up in economy

The Shanghai Composite Index jumped more than 4 percent, although the gain was fuelled largely by speculation of state-backed buying of mainland markets. Image source: https://telegraph.feedsportal.c… China’s vast manufacturing sector expanded in December at its fastest pace in 14 months as new orders and employment rose, a survey showed on Friday, adding to evidence of a pick up in the …

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Sourcing Smarts: Keeping it SIMPLE and SAFE With China Sourcing and Manufacturing

Critical Information on the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act all about manufacturing a SAFE product! It even includes a section on how to market your new product! Sourcing Smarts: Keeping It SIMPLE and SAFE with China Sourcing and Manufacturing – 2nd Edition Now Includes CPSIA Product Safety Info! By Edie Tolchin, The Sourcing Lady SM, 30-year China sourcing veteran, with …

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Sina Weibo – China’s Social Network Provides Business Linking Outlets

Affectionately referred to as China’s version of Twitter, Sina Weibo leads the way in social media outlets which have seen a huge explosion over recent years. Social interaction among the Chinese has multiplied much farther than anyone had anticipated, creating an online atmosphere that has spread far and wide throughout the country. Weibo itself has netted 300 million of the …

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Fabrication Demand Boosts China to Largest Silver Market Status

The Silver Institute based in Washington D.C. has issued a report stating that China is now the largest silver supplier to the world market. Demand for Chinese silver in futures, personal investment, and manufacturing use jumped by over 100 Moz (million ounces) within the previous 10 years with 2011 producing a record demand of 170.7 Moz. China recognized its silver …

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Largest China Weekend Sale for Apple with Release of iPhone 5

Apple Inc has happily announced their highest ever sales for a weekend in China of a smartphone product with the release of their new iPhone 5 on Friday. The announcement came from CEO Tim Cook and was the first time that country’s sales figures had been publicly released by the company. The debut of the new iPhone model hit store …

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Chinese Consumers Catching & Surpassing American Shoppers

Chinese consumers are rapidly catching up to American shoppers and, in some cases, they are already overtaking them. This is a world-changing trend that is moving away from the decades that have seen consumers in the United States as the driving engine of world economies. 2012 Reports and Projections The recently released Bank of China (BOC) report reveals that Chinese …

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China Bolsters Support for SMEs

Small and micro-sized enterprises (SMEs) are receiving a boost from the government of China. The move is an acknowledgement by the country that such firms producing China products are a key element of creating jobs and provoking scientific innovation. Although China manufacturing and other sectors are still experiencing strides in growth, more challenges are arising both within the country and …

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