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merging technologies, an increasing number of Chinese companies are gearing up for digital transformation, and
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Jeffrey Cheng, a member of corporate officers of global leadership advis
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g new technologies will help companies to improve efficiency, reduce costs and avoid risks.
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re Chinese companies are actively embracing digital transformation. Our research showed arou
nd 80 percent of Chinese companies said they have prepared to work on digital transformation.”
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While Fang Fang, a 27-year-old financial clerk from Shanghai,
is unsure if a lobster is dry or wet trash, an app has put an end to her confusion.
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Fang is among 24 million people in Shanghai who are
benefiting from such apps. And the figure is set to grow with major cities i
ncluding Beijing and Guangzhou disclosing plans to promote rubbish recycling.