Chinese electronics retailer Gome will increase its retail outlets this year.
World's leading food and beverage company Nestle announced plans to establish two new research and development organizations in China.
Wal-Mart plans to open a new Sam's Club in Huli district, Xiamen, and the new store will become the retailer's global flagship store.
Accor announced the the opening of Pullman Xiamen Powerlong as a new addition in China to its upscale five-star hotel brand.
Amazon has announced that its brand name Joyo Amazon has been formally changed to Amazon China and it will launch a shorter domain name Z.cn for its Chinese website to fully embrace its global identity….
Taiwan-based cafe and bakery chain 85°C has formally entered Xiamen, Fujian province.
The British retail giant Tesco PLC has announced plans to establish a joint venture with a financial group to develop shopping centers in China.
To increase its market share in China, Dell plans to set up over one thousand retail centers in 2011 and open another one thousand after-sales service sites in small cities in China.
The coffee shop chain Starbucks has opened its largest shop on the Chinese mainland in Xiamen.
Chinese electronics and home appliances retailer Gome announced that it has acquired an 80% stake in the business-to-consumer home appliances website Coo8.com, but no financial details have been disclosed.