Posts Tagged ‘Shaanxi’

Novotel Xi’an SCPG introduces new lodging concept in China’s Shaanxi Province

Xi’an, Shaanxi, China, July 29, 2016 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – AccorHotels announces the grand opening of the 275-room Novotel Xi’an SCPG on 28 July. The hotel is the first Novotel property to debut in Xi’an and Shaanxi Province, which brings the Novotel network brand expansion to 21 hotels in the Greater China region. “This is our first … Continue reading “Novotel Xi’an SCPG introduces new lodging concept in China’s Shaanxi Province”


China Post Invests CNY100 Million In Mobile Payment Services

China Post plans to invest CNY100 million to build an electronic payment platform for mobile phone and Internet payment services. The People’s Bank of China has already accepted a related application from China Post’s Chongqing operation and management department, so this is the first step in the organization’s nationwide service roll-out. The application reportedly shows […]


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 […]


China’s Internet Cafe Associations Publish Joint Declaration

China’s Internet cafe industry associations in 30 provinces and cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Shaanxi, Dalian, Xiamen, and Guangzhou, have jointly published a self-discipline declaration on “Internet cafe industry purification”.
With the aim of assisting the government’s crackdown on illegal Internet cafes and promoting the healthy development of the Internet cafe industry in China, these associations announced […]


Microsoft Accused Of Patent Infringement In China

China E-commerce Info Tech Company has sued Microsoft (MSFT) for patent infringement because of the use of RSS within its Vista operating system.


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.


MII: Earthquake Brings CNY3 Billion Loss To China’s Communications Industry

According to China’s Ministry of Information Industry, the May 12 earthquake has caused a direct economic loss of up to CNY3 billion to China’s communications industry with 3833 telecommunications bureaus and 25735 mobile base stations affected, 24496 kilometers of communications lines damaged and 117112 communications poles broken.