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Horses for Courses and Drones for the More Inaccessible of Homes…

21 June 2018

Bespoke solutions were the order of the day at the Last Mile Fulfilment Asia expo, as the great and the good among the region's leading cross-border e-commerce players gathered in Singapore to compare...Read More

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US High-Tech Design Show Exhibitors Bless Trump's Import Tariffs

20 June 2018

Maintaining that US manufacturing is booming, exhibitors at the Cleveland Advanced Design and Manufacturing Expo cited President Trump's steel and aluminium import tariffs as the spur for the re-shori...Read More

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BRI-Backed Refinery Set for Pivotal Role in Rebooted Brunei Economy

19 June 2018

US$15 billion China-invested refinery and petrochemical complex seen as having essential part to play as Brunei looks to reinvent itself in the face of stubbornly-stalled international oil prices and ...Read More

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Digital-Native Generation Still Values In-Person Expo Networking

15 June 2018

German study confirms millennials remain trade-show-friendly, if a little reluctant to meet and greet....Read More

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Overseas Brands Look to Carve Up Vietnam's Growing Cosmetics Market

14 June 2018

Small but beautifully formed as it may be, Vietnam's cosmetics sector has caught the attention of the industry giants, with many of them keen to build their brands in what is set to become one of Asia...Read More

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Healthy Domestic Sector Looks to Fend Off Overseas Fitness Companies

13 June 2018

With government-mandated fitness the order of the day across the mainland, the domestic exercise and wellness market is booming as never before, according to exhibitors at the China International Heal...Read More

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BRI-Backed Nuclear Showcase Set to End Pakistan's Power Shortfall

12 June 2018

As well as boosting Pakistan's power generation, deal establishes China as key nuclear technology exporter....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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With the Corpse of Toys R Us Yet Warm, the Toy Sector Faces New Peril

8 June 2018

Although the full ramifications of the collapse of the once-mighty Toys R Us remain unclear, the mooted merger of the Sainsbury's and Asda supermarket chains has seen the UK toy sector again reaching ...Read More

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Home Baking Now the Hallmark of the Truly Well-Bread Mainlander

7 June 2018

A love of making healthy food for the whole family has triggered a surge in the number of China's home bakers, with exhibitors at the China Bakery Exhibition looking to re-invent their ranges to bette...Read More

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Shadow of Grenfell Fire Tragedy Looms Large Over UK Building Expo

6 June 2018

Taking place just nine months after 72 people died in a fire in a London tower block, there was an understandably sombre mood at Ecobuild, one of the UK's leading trade events for professionals in the...Read More

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Shrinkage and Rationalisation Awaits Post-Recession Russian Retailers

5 June 2018

With Ikea trialling a range of mini-store formats and M-Video exploring a flurry of different positionings for its newly expanded operation, Russian retailers have yet to find any clear way out of the...Read More

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Playful Ducks and Electronic Owls Slug It Out at Guangzhou Toy Show

4 June 2018

While friendly licensed ducks and internationally copyrighted cats put in a fine performance, the sheer ubiquity of the educational automatons saw recreational robots reign supreme at the Guangzhou In...Read More

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Beijing Mini-summit Restores Nepal BRI Projects to Active Status

1 June 2018

Visit by Foreign Minister sees transport and hydropower prioritised, with India urged to participate....Read More

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Buoyant DIY Sector Sees Eccentricity Creep into US Hardware Show

31 May 2018

With home improvement never having had a bigger role to play in the life of US consumers, the relentlessly-rising spend has encouraged the launch of several distinctly-marginal products, including hom...Read More

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Sound Concepts and Bright Ideas Reboot Mainland Audio-Visual Sector

30 May 2018

With the expectations of home AV users higher than ever before, professional standard audio and video systems are now making the leap from soundstages to living rooms, according to exhibitors at Proli...Read More

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Global and Local Brands Vie for Market Share at Malaysian Beauty Show

29 May 2018

While not the largest of the ASEAN markets, Malaysia balances a sizable population with a relatively high per-capita GDP, a combination that has made it all but irresistible to many of the world's lea...Read More

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Tit-for-tat Tech War Sees Russia Set for Proprietary Smartphone OS

28 May 2018

State-sector ponders mass move to Sailfish OS as Russia-US mutual tech mistrust continues to simmer....Read More

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Shadow of #MeToo and Lingering Netflix Row Delivers a Divided Cannes

25 May 2018

With Netflix ousted and the event damned as a haven for sexual predators, the 2018 Cannes Film Festival was never set to be plain sailing, but a helpful distraction came courtesy of Saudi Arabia's dec...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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