In Paris, Jean-Paul Agon, chairman and CEO of L'Oreal Group, holds a daily telephone conversation with his team in China, as the French cosmetic giant's China unit has gradually resumed operations.
New consumption and retail models emerged from China's "contactless" economy amid its battle against the novel coronavirus outbreak are fueling consumption momentum as new growth drivers.
China is preparing to take stronger macro policies as the latest data showed contraction in the first two months due to outbreak of COVID-19.more
China is ramping up efforts to stabilize foreign investment by promoting work resumption of foreign-funded firms and opening wider to foreign investors.more
Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of China's internet giant Alibaba, is sharing its AI-powered novel coronavirus disease diagnostic technology for free use by hospitals worldwide.
China's tech giant Tencent announced Wednesday that its profit attributable to shareholders increased by 19 percent year on year to 93.3 billion yuan last year.
Global home furnishing giant IKEA has reopened all its offline stores on the Chinese mainland excluding Wuhan, a hard-hit city amid the coronavirus outbreak.