Wang Yanlin

BIZ Managing Editor
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Leaders in the world of artificial intelligence gather in Shanghai

The WAIC opened today in Shanghai, with the heavyweights of the industry gathering to discuss AI's profound impact on the world economy, social progress and people's daily lives.
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New business club encourages Sino-French exchange

A business club to encourage more exchange between French and Chinese companies was established at the DPARK in Yangpu District.
Metro

Big data app makes tax paying fun, almost

The city will ensure government services are as convenient as online shopping via the mobile version of "Shanghai Cloud."
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Time-honored brands exhibiting this weekend

More than 200 companies of Chinese time-honored brands exhibited their products at the China Time-Honored Brand and Famous Brand Expo.
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Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences celebrates 60th anniversary

The Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences hosted a meeting to award the best contributors to Chinese studies in celebration of its 60th anniversary.
Company

Fonterra aims to triple China's sales of Anchor-branded products in three years

Fonterra, the world's largest dairy nutrition firm based in New Zealand, aims to triple sales of its Anchor-branded products in China in the next three years.
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Hong Kong to be a 'super-connector' in reform and opening-up: Leung Chun-ying

Hong Kong should continue to make good use of its strength to serve China's reform and opening-up strategy, Leung Chun-ying said in Shanghai.
Economy

Import Expo holds matchmaking session for exhibitors and buyers of automobile and those involved in trade in services

The matchmaking session serves to get participants to connect and communicate to ensure a successful China International Import Expo in November.
Metro

Big data to make big progress in payments

Public payment platform collaboration will make it easier for residents.
Tech

Telling stories about success of user-pay online content

Chinese people used to be unwilling to pay for online content. But that is changing as online programs become classier and consumers see value in paying for quality applications. 
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