Posts Tagged ‘Shanxi’

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 […]

Shanxi Taiyuan Adopts Tourism E-contract

Taiyuan, the capital city of Shanxi province, has become the first Chinese city to promote tourism electronic contracts.
More than 200 travel agencies and 300 travel agency outlets will now all adopt the e-contracts for better handling of services between consumers and travel agencies in the city.
Wang Bingfu, the director of Taiyuan Tourism Administration Tourism Information […]

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.

Hon Hai To Cut Costs With Employee Relocation In China

To broaden sources of income and reduce expenditure, Taiwan-based technology manufacturing group Hon Hai Precision Industry Company is planning to implement large-scale employee relocations to third-tier Chinese mainland cities that can offer preferential tax policies in addition to reducing its operating budget for 2009 by 20%.

TCL Multimedia CFO Yuan Bing Resigns

TCL Multimedia, a subsidiary of the Chinese electronics maker TCL, announced that Yuan Bing, executive director and chief financial officer, will depart from the positions for health reasons and the personnel change will go into effect from January 1, 2009.

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.