Zong Qinghou, founder of China's largest beverage company, Hangzhou Wahaha Group, with his daughter Zong Fuli at a business event. Provided to China Daily Firms that have flourished over generations form the backbone of Asia's economic growth In ... CHINAdaily, 5 days ago
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Oleh Niam Seet Wei BEIJING, 2 Julai (Bernama) -- Satu kajian industri mendapati jenama luar China semakin mendapat tekanan daripada pesaing tempatan dengan kira-kira 60 peratus daripada mereka telah kehilangan bahagian pasaran di negara ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 month ago
An enlarging group of private car drivers, increasing outdoor activities and a faster pace of urban lifestyles boost demand for on-the-go consumption. Compared with fresh coffee, easy-to-carry RTD coffee products such as those in 250-500ml PET ...Reliance Trust, 2 months ago
Companies that have flourished over generations sustain Asian economy In 1873, Eu Kong left his hometown in southern China to seek his fortune in Malaysia. On arrival, he set up a shop that he named Yan Sang－which means caring for mankind in ...CHINAdaily, 2 days ago EU YAN SANG : Family firms help maintain growth impetus 4 Traders, 2 days ago
Total volume and total current value sales growth of soft drinks in China rebounded in 2013 compared with that of 2012. The major reason for this was that the summer weather in 2013 gave the industry a boost in sales. More sunshine means that more ...Stock Nod, 3 weeks ago Concise Analysis of the Dairy Products Market in China AndhraNews.net, 1 month ago Global Markets for Bottled Water Products Street Sweeper, 2 months ago
Share this: Beijing (Reuters) Foreign brands in China's consumer goods market are facing stiffer competition from domestic rivals, with about 60 percent of firms overseas losing market share last year, a private study of 40,000 households showed ...Manila Bulletin, 1 month ago Foreign Brands Lose Battle for Chinese Consumers FOXBusiness.com, 1 month ago 'Foreign brands losing battle for Chinese consumers' Economic Times, 1 month ago
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Health and wellness concerns and a desire for products which are perceived to deliver specific benefits are becoming increasingly important to Chinese consumers. In the review period, soft drinks tended to be healthier and more natural. The ...SIFMA Foundation, 2 months ago
Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/25/2014 -- Energy drinks in China experienced a surge in popularity over the review period and represents huge potential to attract more players to enter. Since Qili of Hangzhou Wahaha Group was successfully introduced ...Crawford Financial Planning, 2 months ago
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