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In the next one to two years, an increasing number of Japanese companies are expected to expand business in China, with better profit outcomes in 2018, according to a white paper unveiled on Wednesday in Beijing, by the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China.
 
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is planning a one-to-eight share split as the e-commerce giant prepares for a stock sale that could be Hong Kong's largest since 2010, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday.
 
Chinese e-commerce giant JD, which initially coined the June 18 shopping carnival, reported its sales during the 18-day promotion that ended on June 18 reached a staggering 201.5 billion yuan ($29.2 billion), compared with 159.2 billion yuan a year ago.
 
Some 50 US businesses, fearing tariffs on their imports from China, pleaded with officials on Monday to spare items they argued are critical to their businesses and consumer safety.
 
Both new and pre-owned home prices in China's major cities continued to stabilize with slower growth in May, thanks to the tightening measures adopted by local governments and the long-term adjustment mechanism, said experts.
 
China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism plans to work with banks to channel more financial support for tourism projects that would help promote the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the country's poverty alleviation cause.
 
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced Wednesday it will start an anti-dumping investigation into imported ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) products from the United States, the Republic of Korea and the European Union.
 

Source:Globaltimes, Xinhuanet, Chinadaily, Shine, Gdtoday,China Plus News

Author: Producer Emilio Mendez

Speaker: Caroline Parraguez

Edition: EAcham

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