Break the habit and #PledgeToDoubleCheck products for your family’s sake
Break the habit and #PledgeToDoubleCheck products for your family’s sake (Philstar.com) – December 5, 2020 – 9:41am Our family, most importantly, our kids are the special treasures we have and with that, we only want what is best for them especially in terms of the food and drinks they consume. However, with the goal of making them happy with their favorite refreshments, desserts and snacks, are you sure that they are nutritious for your little ones? Beware mommies, do not put your guard down and don’t be complacent because it’s not enough that we buy products having popular names. There might...
BSP issues rules for new digital banks
BSP issues rules for new digital banks Mary Grace Padin (The Philippine Star) – December 5, 2020 – 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has released the guidelines for the establishment of digital banks as it seeks to promote innovation in the banking sector and improve the accessibility of financial products to Filipinos. BSP Governor Benjamin Diokno issued circular letter 1105 in line with Monetary Board Resolution 1536 which approved the recognition of digital banks as a new bank category. “The Bangko Sentral endeavors to promote an enabling regulatory environ...
Start Your Clean Beauty Haircare Journey with Herbal Essences
In the age of advanced tech and ease of access to information, there’s a growing population of people that desire to change their lifestyles in pursuit of using products that are much safer to the planet and people. This has since changed the game for self-care products, with still so many people learning about the clean beauty revolution. What’s Up with Clean Beauty? Clean beauty is simple. At its core, clean beauty products are non-toxic, don’t pose as a threat or harm to the environment and have transparent labels wherein all ingredients are labeled accordingly. What makes clean beauty more...
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Bookstore to sell new products online
China Daily | Updated: 2020-12-04 07:20 Taiwan-based major bookstore chain Eslite launched its e-commerce platform Eslite Online on Tuesday, extending its online business from books to general merchandise. A wide variety of goods ranging from 2 million books in Chinese, English and Japanese to stationary, clothes, cosmetics and foods, is available in the newly unveiled venture. "Eslite Online is a landmark for us, indicating that Eslite is on its way to becoming a hybrid of online and offline business,"Mercy Wu, the chairperson of Eslite, tells a news conference. Currently still a website, Esl...
Azerbaijan increases import of various products
By Ayya Lmahamad Azerbaijan has increased import of various products during the period of January-October 2020, Azertag has reported. During the reported period, Azerbaijan imported 275,600 tons of fruits and vegetables worth $158.8 million. The country imported 274,000 tons of fruits and vegetables worth $153.1 million during the same period last year. Some 11,400 tons of tea worth $46.2 million were imported to the country during the first ten months of the year. During the corresponding period of last year, the country imported 11,100 tons of tea worth $43.6 million. Furthermore, Azerbaijan...
Australia acts to damage relations
An alloy bar production line at a steel producer in Ma'anshan in East China's Anhui Province on November 11 Photos: cnsphoto China continues to uphold the principals of free trade and multilateralism, sustaining trade with partners including Australia, despite the growing political and economic challenges in the post-pandemic era. In contrast, Australia has pursued a discriminatory strategy focused on abusing trade remedies aimed at suppressing Chinese products and in doing so breaching the principles of free market economics and the bilateral free trade agreement, according to analysts. Accor...
HCI Healthcare HMO enhances consumer choice with three new products
As part of efforts to meet the needs of its customers and to delight the customer this Yuletide, HCI Healthcare Ltd, a foremost HMO in Nigeria is set to unveil three new products into the Nigerian healthcare market. The products are Healthsupreme Plan, Senior Citizens Health Plan, and Domestic Staff Health Plan.The products are aimed at providing qualitative and affordable solutions to the consumer and are results of the company’s regular engagement with the consumers to better understand their healthcare needs and desires.Healthsupreme Plan is a product which supports and promotes a healthy l...
Australia’s call to boycott Chinese goods arrogant: Global Times editorial
Illustration: Chen Xia/GTPauline Hanson, leader of Australia's far-right party One Nation, on Monday called for Australians to boycott Chinese products this Christmas. She and her ilk behave not even like a paper tiger, but a hysterical paper cat. By seriously asking China to look out for itself, they make Australia look like the recent Chinese online celebrity martial arts "master" Ma Baoguo, who is just strong in appearance but weak in reality.So far, there has not been any celebrity or politician in China who has publicly called for a boycott of Australian products. China's imposition of ta...
Mariwasa donates products for public school buildings
Mariwasa donates products for public school buildings(The Philippine Star) – November 28, 2020 – 12:00amMANILA, Philippines — Siam Ceramics Inc. donated tiles and sanitary wares to the 2020 Kapuso School Development Program of the GMA Kapuso Foundation for the building and rebuilding of selected public schools all over the country.The sanitary wares for public school toilets and tiles were for the construction of 30 rooms from six public schools, the latest beneficiary of which was Pansur Elementary School in Lanao del Norte.In June, the Patani Elementary School in Lanao del Sur also received ...
Shimadzu introduces lower-priced automated coronavirus test machine
Japanese precision equipment maker Shimadzu Corp. said Friday it has started selling an automated coronavirus test device priced much lower than similar products sold by other companies.The company expects that the 2.09 million yen ($20,100) price tag will make the new AutoAmp polymerase chain reaction test device more affordable for small hospitals and quarantine offices. Similar machines are sold for around 4 million yen, according to Shimadzu.The device, 30 centimeters wide and 66 cm high, can process four specimens at a time, it said. Shimadzu has set an annual sales target of 3,000 units....