BEIJING: Many Chinese companies have implemented enhanced marketing strategies to chase after more global sales revenues. Meanwhile, they face stiff competition from their top rivals, which are multinational corporations.
Limousine Liberals in California have enjoyed a life of privilege and luxury. However, some are beginning to feel anxious that President Barack Obama’s $1 billion re-election bid for the White House is falling apart. One California debutante confessed that she has trouble following up on her daily exercise routine.
A recently updated poll shows Mitt Romney 2 points ahead of President Barack Obama in Ohio, in the most recent survey showing the pivotal battleground contest getting more tight and still too close to call.
President Barack Obama and his $1 billion re-election team have hit panic mode as the Democrat Party-leaning newspaper, the Des Moines Register, based in Iowa, gave a surprise endorsement to GOP nominee for president, Mitt Romney.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has taken full responsibility for the death of the US envoy to Libya, Chris Stevens, in terrorists attack on the US consulate in Benghazi on September 11. This would infer that Mrs. Clinton never requested or perhaps rejected more security for US diplomats in the Middle East.
BEIJING: Despite safety concerns, China has made the right decision to re-start construction of nuclear reactors. Boosting the nation's energy supply remains pivotal for sustaining long-term economic developments in the country.
China is already the world's largest energy consumer, but 70 percent of its power comes from coal. Li Zuojun, an economist at the Institute of Resources and Environmental Policies with the State Council's Development Research Center, expressed grave concerns over a nationwide dependency on coal.
Since President Barack Obama’s re-election bid for the White House is no longer sparkling, and he stands a good chance of losing to GOP nominee, Mitt Romney, the White House continues its war on Texas and Gov. Rick Perry.
BEIJING: China has surpassed the US to become the world's largest recipient of foreign direct investment in the first six months of the year, as disclosed by the United Nations Conference of Trade and Development.
But how long will the nation maintain its top ranking? The sputtering global economy helped China capture the prominent position. Xinhua quotes Zhan Xiaoning, director of UNCTAD Division of Investment and Enterprise, as saying, "it's mainly due to a 39.2 percent fall in FDI flows to the US, compared to a three percent decline in China."