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Jackie Cai

For millions of Chinese with rare diseases, some relief in sight

May 19 2017

NANJING, China China is set to publish its first national list of rare diseases, to guide policymakers as part of a broader overhaul to improve diagnoses and speed up drug approvals in the world's second-largest drugs market. | Video

Disney's 'Pirates' rolls out red carpet for rare China premiere

May 12 2017

SHANGHAI Walt Disney Co's latest outing of "Pirates of the Caribbean" rolled out the red carpet in Shanghai on Thursday in a rare world premiere in China for a Hollywood blockbuster as U.S. producers look to woo moviegoers in the Middle Kingdom. | Video

With maiden jet flight, China enters dog-fight with Boeing, Airbus

May 06 2017

(This version of the story corrects the name of subsidiary in 10th paragraph) | Video

China consumer day show skewers Nike shoes, Muji foods

Mar 16 2017

SHANGHAI China's annual consumer rights day television show turned its spotlight on U.S. sports brand Nike Inc for misleading advertising and Japanese brand Muji for selling food products allegedly sourced from part of Japan affected by radiation. | Video

In China, brands scramble ahead of "315" consumer day show

Mar 15 2017

SHANGHAI Chinese and global firms steeled themselves on Wednesday ahead of the country's annual consumer rights day TV show, an evening gala from China's state broadcaster that can have brands and their corporate PR teams scurrying to take evasive action.

In China, brands scramble ahead of "315" consumer day show

Mar 15 2017

SHANGHAI, March 15 Chinese and global firms steeled themselves on Wednesday ahead of the country's annual consumer rights day TV show, an evening gala from China's state broadcaster that can have brands and their corporate PR teams scurrying to take evasive action.

No price like home: Big spenders reappear in China

Dec 04 2016

SHANGHAI/BEIJING China's wealthiest shoppers are spending at home again, roused from a three-year slumber by a weaker yuan, lower prices and a crackdown on overseas sales agents - a welcome boost for the world's luxury brands.

China's packaging makers see profits squeezed as e-commerce boom draws new competitors

Nov 10 2016

SHANGHAI Chinese packaging makers are bracing themselves for Singles' Day on Friday, stocking up on cardboard and taking on staff ahead of an online shopping bonanza that shifts more goods than Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the United States combined.

Behind Philippines' ties with China, a billionaire and his rehab centers

Nov 01 2016

SHANGHAI At the end of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's landmark visit to China last month, he held a brief private meeting with a businessman who may have played a crucial role in improving ties between the two nations.

Wanda's Wang defends top spot in China rich list

Oct 13 2016

SHANGHAI Chinese property magnate Wang Jianlin has defended his crown as the country's richest man, according to the annual Hurun rich list, fending off Alibaba Group Holding Ltd founder Jack Ma and new players on the block like Baoneng's Yao Zhenhua.

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