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U.S.-based clean water technology firm OriginClear Inc. has entered the Chinese commercial market with the first commercial customer in Hong Kong and an order for a research system from Nanjing University.
An official from the government of Vietnam revealed that their related department has cancelled the investment license issued to Taiwan's Foxconn Group for the construction of a USD200 million mobile phone plant in Vietnam.
Taiwanese PC maker Asus is riding the slowing wave of PC growth with plans to ship fewer units this year.
China-based Baofeng Technology is forming a joint venture to create a new line of smart televisions.
China's ZTE Corporation signed a memorandum of understanding with SoftBank Corporation to collaborate on research and development on Pre5G mobile communications networks technology.
Singapore Post Limited and Alibaba Group Holding Limited are forming a joint venture to expand their shared e-commerce logistics platform.
The strict capital controls in China are slowly more surmountable as Renminbi payments made from overseas into China gain new channels.
Nokia will return to the smartphone market when its licensing agreement with Microsoft expires in 2016, and then the once-dominant mobile company says it will embrace the Android operating system.
Chinese Internet sourcing giant Alibaba Group is rumored to be close to an agreement with Micromax, a mobile phone manufacturer in India, to purchase a 25% stake in the latter for USD700 million.