With the Olympic panda mascot Bing Dwen Dwen sold out all over China due to people's enthusiasm for the 2022 Games, China saw a brisk consumer market during the Lunar New Year holiday, the first seven-day long festival of the year that ended Sunday.
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Ten offshore duty-free shops in Hainan sold goods worth about 2.1 billion yuan during the Spring Festival, an increase of 151 percent year on year, according to the provincial department of commerce.more
Traditionally, the purchase of pre-owned items is often seen as a sign of financial struggle that can lead to social shame. Today, Chinese people, especially young people, view it in a more pragmatic fashion.more
China's postal and courier industry saw steady growth during the Chinese New Year holiday, or the Spring Festival, the State Post Bureau said Monday.
China has set up a total of 1.43 million 5G base stations as of the end of 2021 amid the country's efforts to boost information and communication technologies.
Jinhua and Yiwu in east China, two of China's major e-commerce hubs, have delivered 5,886 twenty-foot equivalent units of cargo via China-Europe and China-Laos freight train services during the Spring Festival holiday.