How much is the Made in Switzerland marque worth to consumers increasingly vigilant about the provenance of everything from what they eat to what they wear?
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They're not worried about horsemeat, after so many food scandals they are worried about what else it might be.
Tales of shady business practices abound in China - fake revenues, phony invoices, sham factories - but until recently, the problem seemed confined mostly to Chinese companies.No
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San Francisco-based entrepreneur Garrett Johnson is usually too busy with his messaging start-up for much travel, but one issue has inspired him to cross the country: immigration
Visitors to the zoo had been observed "shouting, spitting and throwing things" at the crocodiles "to make sure they are alive."
A UK student in Guangzhou finds out why Chinese teachers are so keen on memorisation
Three populous Chinese regions plan to relax restrictions on the children of workers from rural areas trying to enter university-track high schools
Given what has worked in Hong Kong and the looming challenges the city faces, the private sector is well-positioned to provide leadership in creating a more holistic view.
The Philippines and Vietnam condemned Chinese passports containing a map of China's disputed maritime claims on Thursday, branding the new design a violation of their sovereignty.The