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Fascinating Keywords from A Call One Day

Yesterday afternoon, we received a call asking for “how to transfer ownership of real estate in Hawaii”, which is related of ReadUSA.com business (our client) we represent in China. It’s pretty strange question though ReadUSA.com. The lady over the phone described that one guy in her organization embezzled funding since earlier 2016, and bought many houses in some countries including Hawaii, USA in last 2 years. The…

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China Cross-border E-commerce of Imported Retail, Earlier 2018

The market size of China’s cross-border imported retail e-commerce in 2017 was approximately US$18.81 billions, with an increasing rate of 49.6% year-on-year. It is estimated that the market scale will exceed US$48 billions by 2021. Authentic guarantees and logistics network become key capabilities for the development of the cross-border e-commerce industry. Innovation models happen continuously, while user experience gets enhanced through offline retail stores and artificial intelligence applications. The main imported commodity…

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Top 20 App in China, March 2018

In the top list of mobile applications in March 2018, WeChat ranked first with 97.09% of active users, followed by QQ with 67.08% of active users, and AliPay plays third with its 46.73%. In terms of active user growth, HR applications perform much better as it’s now in job hunting season. 51Job and Zhaopin are the leading players in this section, with the growth rate exceeding…

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WeChat Users Keeping Growing Through Tencent AI & e-Payment

  The latest data shows that the number of monthly active WeChat users has reached 1 billion (MAU). Although its growth rate in the third quarter of 2017 was 15.8%, there has been no doubt that the growth rate has steadily decreased. With the slowdown in the number of WeChat users, Tencent is taking advantage of WeChat as personal connection, commercial and service bridges to drive…

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Cross-border eCommerce not Worried, but Long Way to Go in Chinese-American Trade War

On March 22, US President Trump signed a trade memorandum with China. According to the press release of the White House, the United States will impose a 25% tariff on products such as aerospace, information and communications technology, and machinery, and the amount involved can reach 60 billion US dollars. There are more than 1,300 products that may be affected. In 2017, the US trade…

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