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MAJOR INTERNATIONAL BRANDS USING E COMMERCE LINKS TO MAINTAIN POSITION IN CHINA'S GROWING BEAUTY MARKET



A queue formed at the L’Oréal stand at November’s China International Import Expo fair, in Shanghai: the French firm had set up photo opportunities to appeal the ‘Da ka’ set – Chinese slang referring to generation of selfie-taking youths who seemingly live to photograph themselves at important landmarks.…

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CHINA DAIRY TAKE OVER FOLLOWS CHINESE GOVERNMENT POLICY FAVOURING INFANT FORMULA CONSOLIDATION



 

The USA-owned Shengyuan International Group (trading as Synutra – http://www.synutraingredients.com and https://www.shengyuan.com.cn/), a China-focused milk powder specialist, has successfully acquired a Chinese dairy sector competitor Alfbeta (Chinese name Harbin Aibeite). The deal has been confirmed by a note from the new subsidiary – posted in Mandarin on http://www.aibeite.com.…

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CHINA DENIES HUMAN RIGHTS GROUPS CLAIMS OF FORCED CLOTHING AND TEXTILE LABOUR IN XINJIANG



Despite China officially ending its “re-education through labour” programme in 2013, disturbing media reports on detentions of ethnic Muslim minorities in “re-education camps” in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in north-western China have multiplied since mid-2017.

These concerns have started to lose business for Chinese companies.…

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MYANMAR GARMENTS SECTOR GROWTH IS UNEVEN AMIDST POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC UNCERTAINTY



THE GARMENTS sector is a jewel in newly democratic Myanmar’s export crown, now the second largest revenue earner after natural gas. Yet all too often the headlines about the industry are negative. Labour disputes and poor working conditions frequently take centre stage, while rising wages and the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Rakhine State are the latest shadows on the horizon.…

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MYANMAR GARMENTS SECTOR GROWTH IS UNEVEN AMIDST POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC UNCERTAINTY



THE GARMENTS sector is a jewel in newly democratic Myanmar’s export crown, now the second largest revenue earner after natural gas. Yet all too often the headlines about the industry are negative. Labour disputes and poor working conditions frequently take centre stage, while rising wages and the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Rakhine State are the latest shadows on the horizon.…

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CHINA TO FIX PUNCTUALITY: FLIGHT DELAYS SOAR AS SKY’S THE LIMIT FOR AIR TRAFFIC



IMPROVING China’s woeful civil aviation punctuality is clearly a priority for China’s air traffic controllers, and they are seeking new ways to improve a dismal record that has unleashed a wave of public disquiet. Speaking at his organisation’s annual traffic control management conference in Beijing this January, Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) head Feng Zhenglin promised to improve punctuality by better information sharing and efficiency at airports.…

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HK PLAN TO RECRUIT OVERSEAS WORKERS TO TACKLE AGE CRISIS DIVIDES HR COMMUNITY



LOCAL human resources experts have given a cautious welcome to a Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) plan to attract more foreign labour as part of a solution to dealing with its ageing workforce, but warned further measures are needed to tackle the problem long term.…

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CHINA MOVES TO WORLD’S NUMBER POSITION IN PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT SALES



China will boast the world’s number one cosmetics market in 2018 according to global financial services firm Morgan Stanley: it will account for 20% of total sales, compared to 17% for the second-placed USA and 10% for third placed Japan – overtaking America for the first time, it said.…

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COLOUR COSMETICS SALES WITNESS SHARP INCREASE IN CHINA



SALES of colour cosmetics have trailed skin care purchases in China, but this may change in future, with make-up sales rising at a rapid pace in recent years.

A survey by market researchers Mintel in April this year revealed 62% of urban Chinese women claim to wear make-up every year, up significantly from the 38% of women surveyed just a year before.…

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CHINA OPENS UP FOR COACHING, BUT PRACTICE STILL LARGELY FOCUSED ON MULTINATIONALS



China may have more coaches than ever, with the majority of them serving multinationals only, the expansion of the profession is still limited, a Shanghai conference has been told.

“China’s coaching industry will only take off when local companies embrace coaching, Garry Wang, CEO of the coaching service provider MindSpan, said at a two–day leadership coaching conference entitled ‘Leading into 2020’ held in Shanghai on June 22-23.…

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