On January 30, 2019, the FDA approved the first generic version of Advair Diskus. This popular inhaler medication is one of the most commonly used prescriptions for treating Asthma and Chronic Obstruction Pulmonary Disease (COPD). This new license will provide patients with access to more affordable prescriptions. This advancement will also affect the drug market in other parts of the world.
As the final installment in CGTN’s special series about “Global Business in Guangzhou” covering the 2018 Fortune Global Forum, Shunee Yee discussed three major points with two other panelists – where the opportunities are for multinationals working with China, what the best way of globalizing is, and how China and its companies can better engage with the global community.
For millennials, it’s hard to remember a time when machines weren’t already doing the jobs of humans. After all, almost every daily activity is automated these days; we use machines to withdraw money, buy train tickets, and scan groceries. Machines even answer our queries on the phone, as well as assemble our cars. As a result, […]
CSOFT International is proud to once again sponsor the Opening Reception of the upcoming LocWorld29 Silicon Valley on October 14th. Back in April, CSOFT kicked off LocWorld27 in traditional Chinese style, inspired by the 1940s Shanghai theme, “Shanghai Soiree.” Since the event, CSOFT has been looking forward to hosting another memorable night, which will kick […]
This week in the news, McDonald’s goes digital, adding savvy high-tech elements to its faltering China stores in an attempt to update its image and attract the attention of the trendy youngsters who have seemingly abandoned the chain restaurant in recent years.
In The News: McDonald’s Further Localizes its Menu, UK-based Company Creates Color-changing Sneakers
This week in the news, the struggling fast-food chain McDonald’s has started offering more local flavors to boost its falling revenues. You’ll also read about Google’s improved system to translate informal speech, and smart shoes that can switch colors with just a tap on your smartphones.
This week in the news, there is more progress regarding 3D printers as the prospect of printing human skin arises. As well as this, a Taiwanese company launches a new form of e-bike with a swappable battery and the self-proclaimed “safest” place to store your most valuable information was broken into.
This week in the news, KFC saves your phone from greasy fingers with the Tray Typer, a placemat Bluetooth keyboard. You’ll also read about bionic lenses, an invention that could one day give you vision exceeding 20/20, and MEDi, a friendly robot that makes doctor visits less painful.
BookBub, American Eagle Outfitters, Alibaba. These are three companies that are showing that expansion is the only way to survive in today’s competitive business world. This week in the news, we highlight all three as they make aggressive moves to reach global markets.
This week in the news, Guandong factories are having robots replace workers. Tens of thousands of employees are being replaced, with more plans to become entirely robot run. BMW furthers its localization efforts into India by increasing their parts production in Chennai. And finally, 3D printers become even more handy and are used to create space […]