The world's retail giant Wal-Mart has announced that it will invest CNY500 million to build new stores in Guizhou's Anshun, Kaili, and Duyun in the next five years.
Walmart (China) Investment Company and Walmart Global Procurement office have announced that they have signed a memorandum of understanding on environmentally sustainable development cooperation with Zhonglin Tianhe (Beijing) Forest Certification Center of State Forestry Administration…
According to reports in local media, 70 retail enterprises and 200 suppliers recently gathered in Beijing and signed the "Proposal for Fair Cooperation and Promotion of Retailers and Suppliers".
The China Cuisine Association has announced that China's first food and beverage e-procurement management platform has been established, allowing food and beverage companies to complete procurement efficiently and inexpensively.
Hasee Beijing has resumed supplies to Chinese electronics retailer Suning.
Taiwan-based technology manufacturing group Hon Hai Precision will become the general agent for Apple's products on the Chinese mainland and the company will start its large-scale deployment in the mainland market later this year.
The Beijing-headquartered supermarket chain Wumart has announced plans to cancel entrance fees for promotion personnel sent by its suppliers to the stores of Wumart from 2009.
China-based eFuture is working with Beijing Wangku Hutong Information Technology Company to launch Jindian.com.cn, a B2B platform for small to medium-size suppliers and retailers.
Lee Scott, chief executive of Wal-Mart, says that Wal-Mart will meet its thousands of Chinese suppliers in fall this year to advocate energy saving and emissions control.