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SEP 14 2021
BEIJING (Reuters) -Chinese retailer Miniso Group will open a 'flagship' New York store and nearly double its U.S. outlets this year, betting post-pandemic shoppers on a budget will snap up cheap but fun goods for homes and work like $10 soft toy cats and $4 staplers shaped like avocados.
SEP 14 2021
* Sees 60 outlets by year-end; NY flagship in Flushing in Nov
SEP 13 2021
BEIJING Volkswagen is in talks to tighten its grip on a majority-owned joint venture in China, sparking tensions with the German automaker's other Chinese partners who fear they could be sidelined, sources familiar with the matter said.
SEP 03 2021
BEIJING The Chinese government's campaign to improve conditions for workers has spurred companies, particularly some of its hardest-driving tech giants, to cut down on long hours of compulsory overtime but not all employees are happy about it.
SEP 02 2021
SHANGHAI (Reuters) -China's Alibaba Group will invest 100 billion yuan ($15.5 billion) by 2025 in support of "common prosperity", it said, becoming the latest corporate giant to pledge support for the initiative driven by President Xi Jinping. | VIDEO
SEP 01 2021
SHANGHAI (Reuters) -Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Global Inc has set up a union for its staff while e-commerce powerhouse JD.com has also established one - landmark moves in the country's tech sector where organised labour is extremely rare. | VIDEO
AUG 31 2021
SHANGHAI (Reuters) -China has forbidden under-18s from playing video games for more than three hours a week, a stringent social intervention that it said was needed to pull the plug on a growing addiction to what it once described as "spiritual opium". | VIDEO
AUG 31 2021
SHANGHAI (Reuters) -Young Chinese gamers took to social media to express their outrage at new rules that limit their gaming time to just three hours per week, while investors fretted about the long-term impact on the industry.
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Expelled from Texas, returned Haitians lament lost American dream
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) -More than 300 Haitians were returned home on Sunday after the United States ejected them from Texas, leaving many of the would-be migrants demoralized and angry that their search for a better life far away from their impoverished country was over.
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