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As China abandoned its zero-Covid policy and dropped mandatory mass testing requirements, the boom for China’s testing companies ended as quickly as it emerged

After debts, defaults and mortgage strikes increased property sector woes, China issued multiple financial bailouts to restart unfinished housing projects and improve the financial environment for cash-strapped developers

As competition heats up and the market for mystery boxes cools, art toy makers like Pop Mart need to start thinking outside the box

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The increased interest in cycling is providing an opportunity for domestic brands to grab a piece of the high-end bicycle market long-dominated by foreign brands

For the past decade, China’s pig companies scaled up rapidly by contracting small farmers to free up capital and offset market risks. But when pork prices plummeted, the business model left farmers holding the feed bag

Facing US sanctions, Huawei and other Chinese smartphone makers are struggling to retain their share of the premium smartphone market