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  • SHANGHAI, May 25- China will slash import tariffs on consumer goods including skincare products, Western-style clothes and diapers from June, potentially giving a fillip to global brands and bolstering domestic consumption amid faltering economic growth. China retail sales rose 10 percent last month, but eased from March as data showed that China's economy...

  • SHANGHAI, May 25- China will lower import taxes on some consumer goods including skincare products, Western-style clothing and diapers starting from June 1, to help bolster domestic consumption as authorities step up efforts to prop up a faltering economy. The decision follows a statement by China's State Council, the country's Cabinet, in April that it would...

  • *Alibaba to expand scheme to toys, electronics, others. *Critics say Alibaba should focus on taking down fake listings. PUTIAN, China, May 25- Criticized and even sued by luxury brand Gucci and others for facilitating the counterfeit goods trade, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd has been quietly piloting a scheme to try to curb fakes at source.

  • That was just before YouTube's whirlwind success culminated in its $1.76 billion sale to Google Inc.. YouTube's potential to transform people's viewing habits became apparent during the autumn of 2005 when a Nike soccer shoe ad called "Touch of Gold" became the first video on the site to be watched 1 million times. The only other video to break the billion...

  • May 21- Shares of China's Baozun Inc, in which Alibaba holds a nearly 20 percent stake, traded erratically in their debut on Thursday, sending the e-commerce services company's valuation seesawing. It counts Haagen Dazs, Nike, Guess and Microsoft among its more than 100 clients that are competing fiercely in China's thriving online market, dominated by Alibaba...

  • May 21- Shares of China's Baozun Inc, nearly one-fifth-owned by Alibaba, rose as much as 13 percent in their debut on Thursday, valuing the e-commerce services company at up to $548.3 million. Baozun counts Haagen Dazs, Nike, Guess and Microsoft among its more than 100 clients that are competing fiercely in China's thriving online market, dominated by Alibaba...

  • WASHINGTON— If the U.S. doesn't write the rules of international trade, President Barack Obama warns, China will. In fact, China is already helping write those rules, and in some ways has jumped ahead of the game. China is the largest economy negotiating the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, 16 countries that include the 10 members of the Association of...

  • WASHINGTON— If the U.S. doesn't write the rules of international trade, President Barack Obama warns, China will. In fact, China is already helping write those rules, and in some ways has jumped ahead of the game. China is the largest economy negotiating the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, 16 countries that include the 10 members of the Association of...

  • PORTLAND, Ore.— The head of the largest U.S. trade union federation said Monday that a bad deal is worse than no deal, and he urged Congress not to support fast-track legislation that would let President Barack Obama present Congress with proposed trade agreements that lawmakers can ratify or reject, but not amend. Trumka spoke Monday at a news conference about 10...

  • *Adidas tests approach at teen label NEO. FUERTH, Germany, May 13- Battling new competition from fashion chains as well as traditional sportswear rivals, Adidas is eyeing the "fast fashion" model as a way of pepping up its three-striped ranges of tops, leggings and sneakers. But Adidas, which has lagged Nike in recent years in its ability to set trends, wants to shift...

  • What Disney, Apple, and Facebook have in common Monday, 11 May 2015 | 11:47 AM ET
    People silhouetted against Facebook logo

    In a strange coincidence, the charts for several top names are showing patterns that may be flashing a warning sign for stocks.

  • Obama scolds Democrats on trade pact stance Saturday, 9 May 2015 | 6:32 AM ET
    President Barack Obama.

    The president, battling for passage of one of the final initiatives of his presidency, said liberals opposed to the accord were “just wrong.”

  • *China's losses are Mexico's gains. DETROIT, May 8- Nike Inc's announcement that it could create up to 10,000 manufacturing jobs in the United States will spark further debate on whether the country is starting to see an industrial renaissance after many years of job losses. The athletic shoemaker Nike on Friday joined Wal-Mart Stores Inc, Apple Inc, General...

  • Nike says trade pact would create new jobs   Friday, 8 May 2015 | 3:27 PM ET
    Nike says trade pact would create new jobs

    CNBC's Sara Eisen reports President Obama spoke on trade at Nike's headquarters.

  • The fight for top athletes   Friday, 8 May 2015 | 2:11 PM ET
    The fight for top athletes

    CNBC's Sara Eisen asks Nike CEO Mark Parker about competition with Under Armour, and passing on signing Steph Curry.

  • Nike: Could create 10,000 US jobs with trade pact Friday, 8 May 2015 | 1:38 PM ET
    Chief Executive Officer and president of Nike Mark Parker.

    Nike CEO Mark Parker says tens of thousands of spinoff jobs also would be created from the trans-Pacific trade pact.

  • WASHINGTON, May 8- Sports shoe maker Nike's Chief Executive Mark Parker said on Friday that the 12- nation Trans-Pacific Partnership would eliminate duties and free up funds the company could use to create 10,000 U.S. jobs.

  • More from Apple & Nike to come: Nike CEO   Friday, 8 May 2015 | 10:19 AM ET
    More from Apple & Nike to come: Nike CEO

    Mark Parker, Nike CEO & President, discusses his thoughts on wearable technology, and the partnership between Apple and Nike.

  • TPP will support innovation for Nike: Nike CEO   Friday, 8 May 2015 | 10:13 AM ET
    TPP will support innovation for Nike: Nike CEO

    Mark Parker, Nike CEO & President, discusses future innovation for Nike including jobs, manufacturing, and global growth. We feel really good about where we are from a revenue standpoint, says Parker.

  • Nike sweats the growing women's market Thursday, 7 May 2015 | 2:49 PM ET

    Athletic wear firms are changing up their messaging to connect with a broader swath of customers.