As one of the highlights of the 2020 China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS), a summit forum on Trade in Services Facilitation from the Perspective of Multinational Corporations was held at the National Convention Center in Beijing on
According to a report by Le Monde on November 30, this is something the global agrochemical industry has never seen before: In just 20 years, Chinese pesticide manufacturers have managed to dominate the global market (estimated at $61 billion in 2020
In the global supply chain is difficult to improve, enterprise cost pressure under the background, the recent consumer electronics chip shortage, showing different degrees of price surge. A global chip shortage is driving up the prices of items like
Entrepreneurship is on the rise, with over 550,000 people going into business for themselves each month in the United States alone. Of course, it's one thing to start your own business. It's quite another to actually make any money off of it.
Public interest in cryptocurrency has led to a rush of recent advertising, mostly on social media and the internet. Much of that advertising has focused on driving consumer interest in contributing money to an Initial Coin Offering or ICO. Unlike oth
In its ongoing efforts to redefine popular beauty standards as part of its decade-long Real Beauty campaigns, Dove learned the hard way about the thin line that exists between positive social message and controversy. For a company that has so success
Once a thriving and lucrative natural resources hub, Indonesia has been struggling to attract investment in recent years because of its declining production, as well as low global oil prices and uncompetitive upstream fiscal terms. The country's
While many headlines focus on how technology is disrupting marketing, there's another area that is being disrupted: Talent. Over the years, I've seen a growing exodus of digital-savvy talent moving from media agencies to technology companies.
Sparkling beneath a hundred flashbulbs, Ford’s newest saloon was presented to the world in the central Chinese megacity of Chongqing on Tuesday, in a symphony of polished paintwork and umbrella-twirling dancers. The unveiling of the next generation
Most connected people use services from at least one, if not most of the major tech companies. And while they generally make it easy for you to figure out what data you’re sharing with them and other third-party services, sometimes you need a big,