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1.

Russia Digs Deep in Face of China's Cryptocurrency Mining Supremacy

16 Oct 2018

Abandoned in the wake of the fall of the Soviet Union, Kaliningrad's factories are now the new bitcoin battlegrounds....Read More

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Decline in Poland's Shoe Sector Blamed on Cheap China Imports

10 Oct 2018

With another domestic footwear manufacturer closing, Polish businesses see the cause as a surfeit of China-origin shoes....Read More

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Sanction-Busting Snacks Wow Moscow Consumers at Food Expo

9 Oct 2018

This year's Taste of Moscow event saw the chill of western trade embargoes briefly lift as globally-sourced gourmet delights and local restaurateurs jostled for the attention of munch-minded Muscovite...Read More

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Defunct Brands and Belarus Assembly Key to Russian TV Set Market

3 Oct 2018

Reviving brands familiar to Russian consumers, while benefiting from zero import tariffs between Eurasian Economic Union members, seen as prime means of taking on the Big Three manufacturers that now ...Read More

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Long-Remembering Turkey Yet to Forgive Chinese Footwear Industry

19 Sept 2018

With Turkey's consumers and the stalwarts of its shoe sector still painfully recalling the toxic mainland-originated footwear imports of 2014, Chinese manufacturers still have a lot of making-up to do...Read More

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AR and VR Proponents Say Commercial Applications Are Now a Reality

17 Sept 2018

After being billed as technological novelties for the best part of half a century, attendees at the recent AR & VR World event were confident that augmented and virtual reality products now represente...Read More

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China-Turkey Electronics Trade Soars Despite Quality-Control Concerns

12 Sept 2018

With 95% of the components Turkish electronics manufacturers rely on having to be imported, China is in pole position to be the lead supplier, but lingering concerns over the quality of mainland-origi...Read More

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Novel and Practical Xmas Gifts Take Pride of Place at Yorkshire Expo

6 Sept 2018

It may have been summer outside, but it was Christmas in the packed halls of Harrogate's 2018 Home & Gift Buyers' Festival, with present-minded buyers on the track of yuletide surprises for both indiv...Read More

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Turkey Set for Eastward Pivot as Potential BRI Benefits Beckon

4 Sept 2018

Five years on from the launch of the Belt and Road Initiative, the second part of a report on the implications for Turkey of China's economic masterplan focuses on the likely long-term geopolitical tr...Read More

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Augmented Reality Set to Virtually Take Over High-Street Retailers

30 Aug 2018

Many traditional brick-and-mortar retailers are turning to virtual reality and augmented reality in order to stay both relevant and competitive in the internet age, according to many exhibitors at thi...Read More

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Machine Learning Set to Optimise Big Data Analytics Processing Time

21 Aug 2018

With Big Data seen as an essential tool in many business environments, smart-processing systems, coupled with enhanced legacy data migration capabilities, are set to unleash the full potential of comm...Read More

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First Russia Proprietary Mobile OS Tablets Set for Imminent Launch

20 Aug 2018

Growing opportunity for supplying new generation of Sailfish OS digital devices opens up for Hong Kong manufacturers....Read More

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'Russia's Amazon' Overhauls Third-Party Sales Platform Proposition

15 Aug 2018

Ozon.ru set to launch re-thought marketplace offer in country's increasingly competitive e-tailing sector....Read More

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WeChat Pay Welcomed in Russia as Mainland Tourist Spend Stays High

8 Aug 2018

WeChat Pay joins Alipay as an acceptable payment option in many high-end Russian stores, hotels and restaurants....Read More

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Asia Looks to Japan and Europe as Model for Future Elderly Care Needs

7 Aug 2018

With drastically changing demographics set to transform many Asian countries into elderly-centric economies, the Ageing Asia event looked to learn the lessons of those nations that have already succes...Read More

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Slime and Punishment: Why it's Time for a More Accountable Amazon

6 Aug 2018

With two major toy scandals under its belt before the year was half-over, how long can the mighty Amazon, the world's number-one online store, emerge unscathed from the kind of furore that would surel...Read More

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User-Generated Content and High-Tech Cameras Dominate Media Expo

2 Aug 2018

At this year's London-based BVE event, attendees' attention was divided between incorporating low-tech user-generated content on one side, while staying abreast with all of the very latest audio and v...Read More

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UK's Northern Silicon Valley Upbeat Despite Brexit Uncertainties

26 July 2018

Spurred by the regional redeployment of the BBC, northern England has become something of a global hub for the ever-burgeoning digital and broadcast content industries, but will the ill wind of the lo...Read More

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Fourth Industrial Revolutionaries Plot the Future Form of Factories

16 July 2018

The Fourth Industrial Revolution visited the heartlands of the First earlier this year when the Factories of the Future Expo came to Manchester, the 18th century site of the world's initial steps towa...Read More

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Saint Petersburg Vies with Moscow as Russia's Key Luxury Retail Hub

10 July 2018

Soaring tourist numbers, VAT-free shopping and increased local spend boost second city's appeal for upmarket vendors....Read More

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