• China strictly bans raising loans from government in the name of Public-Private-Partnership Project: Ministry of Finance
  • Walmart Stores Inc collaborates with JD.com, a Chinese e-Commerce website to offer more shopping options for online customers in China as part of their strategic alliance. JD. Com consumers will be able to buy Sam’s Club products at membership prices during a 10-day introduction period following the official launch on Nov 11, or China’s Singles Day, an entertaining festival widespread among young Chinese people and one of the largest online shopping days in the world with sales in Alibaba’s sites Tmall and Taobao exceeding $14.3 billion in 2015: FINTS
  • Philippine President Duterte announced his “separation” from the U.S. on Thursday, declaring he had aligned with China as the two agreed to resume direct talks on disputes in the South China Sea after years of escalating tension: FINTS
  • China Mobile, the world’s largest wireless network operator, reports 2% decrease in third-quarter net profit to 27.5 billion yuan, down from 28.2 billion yuan in the same period last year, due to less smartphone sales and tariff adjustments: FINTS
  • China becomes Australia’s largest wine export market, according to Export Report released by Australia
  • China has published and is soliciting public opinion on a food safety draft, which stipulate stricter rules for online food sales: FINTS