Posts Tagged ‘hebei’

Chinese Home Appliances Trade-in Policy Launched In 19 Additional Regions

China’s Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Finance, and Ministry of Environmental Protection have jointly published a “Home Appliances Trade-in Promotion Program”, stating that from June 1, 2010, the policy will be launched in 19 additional provinces and cities, in addition to the existing nine pilot provinces and cities, and the implementation period of the policy […]


Former Lenovo General Manager Appointed Vice President Of Founder

Founder Technology has published a notice stating Ma Zheng, past general manager for Lenovo’s (LNVGY) digital peripherals, has now hopped to rival Founder Technology and will be the company’s vice president responsible for the notebook customer group.


Online Payment Available For China Unicom Fixed Line Users

Chinese telecommunications operator China Unicom has announced that after launching online enquiry and payment functions for mobile phone users across China, the company has now opened a fixed line payment function that is available in 10 northern Chinese cities and provinces, including Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Heilongjiang, Liaoning, Jilin, Shandong, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia and Henan.


Hebei Website Closed For Olympic Copyright Infringement

According to the report of China News Service, at the historical moment when the whole world were watching the Bird’s Nest in Beijing on August 8, 2008, a website in Langfang, Hebei Province was closed by local copyright department for illegally broadcasting Olympic-related activities.


China Netcom Signs Strategic Cooperative Agreement With Hebei Province

The People’s Government of Hebei Province and China Netcom signed a strategic cooperative agreement at Bailou Hotel, Shijiazhuang this week.


Chinese Mobile Service Providers Suspended For Sending Fake Messages

According to the report on the governing of the charges of telecommunications service providers released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China on August 5, 2008, four service providers were suspended, pending rectification, in the second quarter of 2008.


Foxconn Moves Factory To Northern China To Reduce Costs

According to Chen Weiliang, president of Foxconn International, Foxconn will move its factories from Shenzhen to northern Chinese provinces such as Hebei and Shanxi where the average salary is more than 60% lower than that of Shenzhen, to save costs.


China Mobile To Take Over TD Network From China Netcom And China Telecom

Chinese media reports that China Mobile (CHL), one of the major mobile service providers in China, is slowly taking over the TD network of China Netcom and China Telecom (CHA).


Chinese Electronics Retailers Under SAT Investigation

China’s State Administration of Taxation is investigating the stub invoices of value-added tax paid by the three major home appliance retailers Gome, Suning and Dazhong, which are suspected of reporting decreased revenue to evade taxes.