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80% of Global GDP Set to Be Reliant on Real-Time Payments by 2023

28 June 2018

As the big boys of digital payment processing gathered in Singapore for the annual Seamless Asia event, clear battle lines were being drawn between the national, regional and global players, with mark...Read More

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China’s Social Media Marketing (6): How Hong Kong Firms Can Build Sales via Mainland E-Commerce Platforms

12 June 2018

JD Group e-commerce business is divided into JD.com and the cross-border JD Worldwide. JD.com is mainly selling domestic and joint venture firms’ products. On the other hand, JD Worldwide is a cross-b...Read More

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Surging China Tourism Numbers Lead to Booking and Resorts Overload

11 June 2018

Despite only 5% of mainlanders holding passports, China unleashed 130 million outward-bound tourists last year. With that number set to top 200 million by 2020, many resorts and online booking facilit...Read More

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China’s Social Media Marketing (5): One Hong Kong Cosmetics Company’s e-Tailing Venture

5 June 2018

Sa Sa International Holdings Limited is a leading cosmetics retail group. Sa Sa launched its e-business platform sasa.com in 2000. Targeting the mainland market, Sa Sa also sells products through othe...Read More

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Thailand Distribution Channels and Entry Strategies: Fashion and Watches

4 June 2018

Increasingly sophisticated and fashion-conscious Thai consumers represent great potential for Hong Kong fashion and watch exporters. Hong Kong companies should find the right distribution channels and...Read More

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Accessing India’s Consumer Market: India-Hong Kong Business Collaboration – the Case of DTDC and Buy For Me

30 May 2018

India is considered a difficult market despite the improving ease of doing business there in recent years. However, Hong Kong companies should explore the emerging business opportunities in India, inc...Read More

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Accessing India’s Consumer Market: Capitalising on the E-commerce Boom

29 May 2018

India is considered a difficult market despite the improving ease of doing business there. However, there are plenty of business opportunities and Hong Kong companies should pay close attention to the...Read More

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New Entrants Undeterred by Slowdown in Russian E-commerce Sector

24 May 2018

While Russia's e-commerce sector only delivered half of its expected growth in 2017, Tmall and Yantex.Market remain keen to pursue their ambitious expansion plans, with both intent on becoming major p...Read More

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Although Late to the Party, Taiwan's Mobile Payments are Set to Soar

15 May 2018

Although only legislatively opening up to mobile-payment operators three years ago, Taiwan has now seen the emergence of a number of domestic processing businesses, while also attracting the world's l...Read More

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Domestic and Global Backing Sees Taiwan set to Become AI Powerhouse

17 April 2018

Together with government funding of US$330 million, many of the world's hi-tech businesses, including Google and Microsoft, are looking to invest in Taiwan as it bids to become a truly global Artifici...Read More

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Taiwan Looks to Take a Lead in 5G Readiness at European Mobile Expo

26 March 2018

While many exhibitors and attendees at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) were keen to learn more details of the looming 5G rollout, the Taiwanese contingent was determined to demonstrate its mas...Read More

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Europe Woos China with Wider Alipay and WeChat Pay Acceptance

21 March 2018

Germany and the UK lead the way as Euro-retailers set out to make high-spending Chinese visitors welcome....Read More

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Gaming Exports Set to Surge as Russia Heads Europe's E-sport League

19 March 2018

Russian e-sport sector to maintain double-digit growth even as Western Europe's interest looks set for imminent stall....Read More

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Russia Set to Tax Cross-border E-commerce Imports from May Onwards

23 Feb 2018

Higher level of import duty set to be phased in over the next two years as online shopping free-for-all ends....Read More

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UK Businesses Rush to Comply with New European Data Protection Law

22 Feb 2018

With the long-mooted General Data Protection Regulation set to come into force as of May, many UK businesses are still struggling to ensure that all of their security and data-collection protocols wil...Read More

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China’s Social Media Marketing (2): New Strategies for Brands

14 Feb 2018

Traditionally, products pass through a chain of manufacturers, distributors and retailers before they reach consumers. Today, the mobile internet has led to huge changes in the way many industries sel...Read More

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BRI Backing Brings Upgraded Internet Access to 26.5 Million Nepalis

12 Feb 2018

New data connection between China and Nepal forms backbone of BRI's information-centred high-speed network....Read More

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China’s Social Media Marketing (1): Assistance of Professional Teams in Sales

7 Feb 2018

An increasing numbers of businesses realised the importance of the mobile Internet and social media and wanted to make use of these channels in brand marketing on the mainland. The emergence of KOL an...Read More

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Social Media and Cyber-Security Systems Loom Large at Japan IT Week

17 Jan 2018

An unusually energetic and optimistic Tokyo-hosted trade event, the autumn iteration of Japan IT Week showcased bespoke business social-media networks, ransomwear-proof security protocols and all the ...Read More

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Surge in Cross-Border E-Commerce Boosts Post of Russia

15 Jan 2018

National mail carrier turns to technology and adept marketing in bid to retain its commanding fulfilment role....Read More

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