Facebook, Audi And Amazon Rise Highest Among The World's Most Valuable

Facebook, Audi And Amazon Rise Highest Among The World's Most Valuable
Interbrand recently released its list of the 100 most valuable brands in the world. Here are the top five … The German automaker delivered more than 1.5 million vehicles in 2013, and was the top seller in both China and Europe in the same year. Audi …
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Lenovo to set up secondary brand for mobile devices
The new company will operate under a separate name and brand starting April 1, 2015. This move aims to help Lenovo tap the fast growing consumer mobile device market in China, with a focus not only on devices, but also on software and application …
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Coming soon: Best theme parks of the future
Zwanzger says: "Of course, it makes sense for Universal to get into the Chinese market as it did for Disney, and I think it's a great idea to build a park near Beijing. "There are a lot of theme parks in mainland China, but no international brands …
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Here's why emerging markets are a challenge for Apple Pay
In China, Apple is the number one brand consumers would like to spend money with, and is preferred over any other by 72% consumers. In other nations including India, China and Vietnam, Apple is among the top three brands. In China and Vietnam, …
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China Probes Audi And Mercedes Over Monopolistic Practices

China Probes Audi And Mercedes Over Monopolistic Practices
However, according to a recent probe conducted by China's antitrust regulator, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), foreign Chinese companies such as Audi and Chrysler have been found guilty of monopolistic practices pertaining to highly …
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Car industry closure to hurt all
ROH Wheels, based in the Adelaide suburb of Woodville North, is the last wheel Chinese supplier to the Australian car industry after Ford and Holden began sourcing wheels from China and Taiwan 10 years ago. Even though ROH has just invested $ 5.5 million in …
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