Chinese firms in Europe - The Economist


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Chinese firms in Europe
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“ITALIAN industrial policy is now made in Beijing,” lamented Romano Prodi, a former Italian prime minister, on March 23rd. His comment followed news the day before that China National Chemical Corporation (CNCC), a state-owned conglomerate, would ...

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South Korean consumers - The Economist


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South Korean consumers
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South Koreans have discovered that they can save a fortune by shopping on foreign websites. They are clicking away merrily on Amazon and a Chinese counterpart, Taobao, buying clothes, toys and electronic gadgets, including “Made in Korea” ones.

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An Economist Goes Christmas Shopping - New York Times


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An Economist Goes Christmas Shopping
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This is the sort of provocation economists love: It rejects a beloved, sentimental tradition and devalues interpersonal interaction, while upholding the virtue of individual choice. After all, why should you shop for me, when I certainly know what I ...

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Vipshop and The Economist Intelligence Unit Release Report on Online Buying ... - MarketWatch


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Vipshop and The Economist Intelligence Unit Release Report on Online Buying ...
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The study found that women are driving the growth of online shopping in the region, with many preferring online to offline. Among survey respondents, 63 percent browse the Internet at least once a day for products and services, with nearly 30 percent ...
Over 70% of Chinese Women Buy for Themselves Online: ReportWomen of China

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Vipshop and The Economist Intelligence Unit Release Report on Online Buying ... - CNNMoney


Vipshop and The Economist Intelligence Unit Release Report on Online Buying ...
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Most point to cost (62 percent) and time (60 percent) savings, but they also feel that online retailers can be relied upon to have the products they want to buy (59 percent) and they appreciate the range of choice online shopping offers (56 percent ...

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The Economist explains - The Economist (blog)


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The Economist explains
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Thousands of other firms track where people shop, what they buy online and infer other information about them, such as their job and income. One way they do this is through “cookies”, pieces of computer code stored on users' browsers that allow ...

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Programmatic bidding - The Economist


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Programmatic bidding
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China, which will overtake Japan to become the second-largest online-advertising market after America this year, is behind in automated buying because it does not have third-party ad servers or data that advertisers trust. Instead advertisers often ...

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Programmatic bidding Buy, buy, baby - The Economist


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Programmatic bidding Buy, buy, baby
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China, which will overtake Japan to become the second-largest online-advertising market after America this year, is behind in automated buying because it does not have third-party ad servers or data that advertisers trust. Instead advertisers often ...

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Music and shopping - The Economist


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Music and shopping
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Online shopping is an under-explored area of merchandising musicology. A new study commissioned by eBay, a shopping website, aims to correct that. Some 1,900 participants were asked to simulate online shopping while listening to different sounds.

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Airport shopping - The Economist


Airport shopping
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QATAR'S new airport, which opened on April 30th, offers travellers a “stunning” terminal with 25,000 square metres for shops and restaurants (plus a “uniquely shaped” mosque). Shops in Abu Dhabi's Midfield terminal, planned for 2017, will be arrayed ...

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