Global buyers reluctant to use yuan but may do so in the future

More than 80 percent of those who participated in a recent Global Sources buyer survey said they are not using the yuan to settle purchases with China makers. Nearly half of them indicated that this is the case because the yuan is not circulated in their home nations. In countries where the yuan is readily available,...

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How low will Yuan go in 2010?

Our chief author Steven Chow, recently wrote an article to predict How china will handle Renminbi appreciation pressure from international society in 2010. The article was published on Alrroya before the opening of 11th national people’s congress, we predicted “Yuan will stay pegged for the time being and...

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“Going green” goes red in China

China-online-marketing.com chief author Steven Chow, recently wrote an article “going green” goes red in China, which is published exclusively on alrroya, a financial daily in Dubai, U.A.E. In 2009, China has become world leader in the manufacuturing of green energy. The western media has been saying that...

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China third party payment market report part 5 – China mobile payment

No. 5 China Mobile payment 1. Brief introduction Chinese mobile users has reached 641 million in 2008, it is expected to reach 1 billion in 2013.  Mobile users are used to making small amount of payment on their mobile phone. Generally there are 2 popular ways to make payment on mobile: Sending text message and using...

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China third party payment market report Part 4 – Credit card payment

No. 4 Credit card payment 1. Brief introduction Credit card payment mainly include offline payment(POS terminals, ATM) and online payment. According to the purpose and nature of this research, we will focus on online credit card payment market analysis. According to a report by a famous consulting firm, until 2008,...

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China third party payment market report Part 3 – online bank transfer

No. 3 Online Bank transfer(E-banking) 1. Brief Introduction Considering the nature and purpose of this research, we put our focus on online bank transfer. Bank transfer including online bank transfer(E-banking) and offline bank transfer. Bank transfer is the primary payment option in China, strictly speaking, offline...

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China third party payment market report part 2 – Tenpay

No. 2  Tenpay Url: https://www.tenpay.com/ 1. Brief introduction Tenpay is the main competitor of Alipay. Tenpay is eveloped by Tencent company, which owns the most popular IM in China – QQ with more than 300 million users. More than 200,000 shopping website accept Tenpay. Tenpay is compatible with the e-banking...

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China third party payment market report Part 1 – Alipay

No. 1 Alipay Url: https://www.alipay.com/ 1. Brief introduction: Alipay.com Co.,Ltd (AliPay) is China’s leading online payment service by both number of users and total transaction volume. A member of the Alibaba Group, it enables individuals and businesses to securely, easily and quickly send and receive payments...

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China online dating market report part 3 – the trends

Key trends of China online dating market a. Overseas venture capital show great interests in China online dating market During 2003 to 2006, 16 Chinese friend-making and online dating websites have raised capital amounted 93 million USD(according to information disclosed, we believe the actual investment is more...

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China online dating market report part 2 – top 10 Chinese online dating websites

Major China online dating websites/companies Shijijiayuan(Jiayuan.com) Shijijiayuan was founded in 2003, within 5 years, now it has become the biggest China online dating website. Shijijiayuan has raised 200 million RMB venture capital, and it is planning to get their company listed in Nasdaq within 3 years. Shijijiayuan...

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