Yum China is betting that more consumers will continue to order Pizza Hut and KFC food via their smartphones for speedy delivery to their homes and work.
Beijing-based supermarket operator Wumart Group and Guangzhou-headquartered Evergrande Group signed a strategic cooperation agreement in Guangzhou.
Chinese B2C e-commerce company JD.com announced the launch a new delivery service which aims to provide punctual delivery within a designated period of time to consumers.
Adidas has opened its first football flagship store in the world in southern China's Guangzhou Teemall.
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U.S.-based electric car maker Tesla has opened a new experience center, which is the company's largest experience center in North China and its fifth owned sales site in Beijing.
COS, a high-end fast fashion brand under H&M Group, will continue its global expansion and open its first Chinese store in Guangzhou in April 2016.
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Suning Supermarket Company, a direct subsidiary under Suning Commerce Group, announced its entry into the online Chinese fresh food market.
British department store retailer Marks & Spencer announced that the company plans to shut five outlets in the Shanghai region before August 2015.