tiantian's Articles http://www.a1articles.com en-us editorial@articlealley.com The Mobile Phone Industry Will No Longer Exist Independently Taobao announced in December last year, will work with Lenovo, TCL and China Telecom to launch embedded Taobao customized client software, mobile phones, which is also indicates that the joint cross-border mobile phone industry in the future will be a qua... http://www.a1articles.com/the-mobile-phone-industry-will-no-longer-exist-independently-1380812.html 08th February 2010 Frbiz.com Reported Chinese aluminum demand to shoot up by 15pct China mining reported that aluminum demand in China is expected to grow by 15% in 2010 on the back of revivals in the construction and automobile sectors. According to reports, aluminum's long term prospects are good as China is still heavily into urba... http://www.a1articles.com/frbizcom-reported-chinese-aluminum-demand-to-shoot-up-by-15pct-1339198.html 08th January 2010 Frbiz.com Reported Parents told that they must not allow their children to drink alcohol Parents who tolerate their children drinking alcohol before the age of 15 could be putting them on the road to binge drinking and physical and mental health problems, the Chief Medical Officer warns today. "Alcohol has a ruinous effect on the foundati... http://www.a1articles.com/frbizcom-reported-parents-told-that-they-must-not-allow-their-children-to-drink-alcohol-1314947.html 29th December 2009 Frbiz.com Reported Average U.S. Household Spends $1,400 Annually on Consumer Electronics   The average U.S. household reports spending US$1,405 on consumer electronics products in the past 12 months, $120 more than the year before, according to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). The 10th Annual Household CE Ownership and Market P... http://www.a1articles.com/frbizcom-reported-average-us-household-spends-1400-annually-on-consumer-electronics-1310967.html 22nd December 2009 Himfr.com reports Korean enterprises investing in China blocked Recently, with LG Display, Samsung Electronics, the two giants in China, investment in high-generation LCD panel plant planned "exposure," sparked a lot of controversy in South Korea. In response, South Korean Knowledge Economy Ministry official said: "To... http://www.a1articles.com/himfrcom-reports-korean-enterprises-investing-in-china-blocked-1242990.html 23rd November 2009