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Tim Hortons Eyes China to Boost Its Business

Canada’s most famous coffee chain Tim Hortons has announced plans to expand its operations into China in a bid to boost its revenues.  The company plans to open about 1,500…

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India’s IT Sector is Poised for Massive Growth

The Indian IT sector generated revenues of around US$160 billion in 2017. Roughly US$99 billion came from exports, while US$48 billion was generated from the domestic market. And as India…

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Germany-China Trade Deals Not a Response to U.S. Tariffs

Germany and China recently signed deals worth 20 billion euros (US$23.6 billion). In addition to multiple joint cooperation projects between governmental agencies, companies like BASF, BMW, Volkswagen, Daimler, Siemens, and…

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Everything You Need to Know About the ZTE Scandal

One of China’s biggest corporations, ZTE, is now embroiled in what is essentially the biggest embarrassment for a Chinese business operating in the United States. The telecommunications company has been…

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‘Made in China’ or ‘Made in Japan’

Both China and Japan are huge manufacturing countries; however, while one relies on bulk manufacturing, the latter has created an image of quality craftsmanship for its products. As a result,…

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The Uncertain Fate of ZTE

On April 16, 2018, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security issued a ban on the Chinese company Zhongxing Telecommunications Equipment Corporation (ZTE), and collectively other companies…

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The Truth Behind the ZTE Embargo

China is feeling the shock after ZTE, the second-largest Chinese phone manufacturer, has been banned for 7 years from buying U.S. produced telecommunication parts. This news has even caused a…