He tried hard to adapt himself to the new conditions.
We have had to adapt quickly to the new system.
Last year, our clients adapted digital transformation plans such as managing new data, adjusting supply chains, and embracing remote offices.
These batteries can be adapted for various applications in professional and industrial tools, high-speed electric motorcycles, high-power vacuum cleaners, portable energy storage, robotic vacuum cleaners, etc.
Spanish fashion retail giant Inditex, owner of brands such as Zara, said it will further adapt its business strategies to consumer needs and adjust store opening plan in China, renovate existing ones, exploit the power of the digital medium and remain upbeat about the local market where consumption upgrade and consumption recovery now form the backdrop.
Meanwhile, Chinese companies have demonstrated their ability to adapt, embrace new technologies and optimize processes, Wang said.
Meanwhile, Ma said that as the times and consumer preferences keep changing, long-established brands must adapt to meet the changing needs of consumers.
"The steady integration between the digital economy and the real economy will help foreign enterprises better adapt to the local business environment.
To better adapt to China's current relatively sluggish property market, many listed property developers have been actively taking steps to restructure their debts.
Adapted to local conditions, the province also promotes photovoltaic construction by utilizing resources such as enterprise factories, rural residences and idle ponds with the aim to realize the coordinated development of photovoltaic power generation, new energy, animal husbandry, and leisure and entertainment.
"We see how quickly new energy vehicles (in China) are changing, adapting to consumer needs … for us, we also need to adapt," Han said, adding that part of the initiative is to decrease time to market and provide quicker products and services to customers.
The products can also be adapted to professional and industrial tools, high-speed electric motorcycles, high-power vacuum cleaners, portable energy storage, floor cleaning robots, and so on.
Pete Lau, senior vice-president and chief product officer of Oppo, said in an interview after the launch that "Find N3 is designed to target 'new' business people who are better educated and adapt to mobile devices as productivity tools.
Oppo高级副总裁兼首席产品官Pete Lau在发布会后接受采访时表示，“Find N3旨在瞄准受过更好教育并适应移动设备作为生产力工具的‘新’商业人士。
Renowned for its exceptional hand-knotted carpets, which have been carefully cultivated and innovatively adapted to meet the demand of today's consumers, Wucheng county in Shandong province now stands as a bastion of traditional craftsmanship and cultural heritage.
Cytiva's 2023 Global Biopharma Resilience Index, a survey of 1,250 biopharma and pharma executives in 22 countries, showed that 59 percent of respondents in China believe the country is somewhat adapted to supporting the rollout of personalized medicines and cell and gene therapies.
20 percent said that it is extremely adapted.
Along with rapid economic development, consumers' habits and preferences are evolving quickly, and some old-style department stores have failed to adapt to the new changes, Qi said.
The only solution to stay competitive in the retail market is to constantly adapt to consumers' new needs," Qi added.
We don't ignore the frictions around the world; we adapt to them.
Wang Yuxiang, deputy head of the Insurance Association of China, said: "Industry players should actively adapt to the trend of digital transformation, create a good digital ecosystem, and form their digital advantages.
Their products adapt to the needs of colors varied by the markets.
These purchasing behaviors require companies to maintain proximity to their customers in order to adapt swiftly.
As new energy vehicles gain increasing popularity, all players in the industry need to adapt their product offerings quickly to keep up with the changing market trends.
"With a focus on engineering practice, the contest aims to advance the student's innovation and practical skills, and encourage them to try to solve technical problems in real industrial scenes by making full use of interdisciplinary knowledge, so as to adapt to the changes brought about by new technologies," said Gu.
And of course, the company will also actively adapt to this new world and thus adjust the layout and strategy accordingly, more than just getting the business back to normal.
""For NAOS, how to adapt in this era is where the crucial point is," Unkovic added.
We will further adapt our networks, terminals and modules to the demands of different sectors," Liu said.
So today, there is cross-learning that we adapt through the communities that we have inside the company," he added.
"And every year we bring our people from other parts of the globe to learn what we are doing in China and how we can copy and adapt some of these best practices to other markets," he said.
"It is an example of a train that is adapted to Porto Metro's assessments among passengers and workers," said Cordeiro, sitting down on the carriage's seats after visiting the train cab and trying the driver's seat.
"This strategic cooperation will help our Chinese partner and conventional tenants join the hybrid work model in a phased and measured manner," said Hu, adding it will also allow them better adapt to the new norm of pandemic uncertainty, and gradually transform from the local traditional office model into a hybrid model of "centralized headquarters office plus flexible office distribution plus home office", eventually injecting new momentum for the growth of all stakeholders.
The goal is to ensure that the Antarctic vehicle can adapt to various harsh environments and successfully complete the research missions.
They, too, are quick to adapt to the changing business environment in China.
The plan is designed by the government to push SOEs to adapt to market-oriented and law-based rules and norms as soon as possible, and assume greater responsibility in an open and innovative environment.
In addition, the company also feels the need to adapt to the consumer trends of growing market demand and quality awareness in China, and will work very closely with customers to co-create new solutions, he added.
CRRC Qingdao Sifang has also made changes to adapt to the local environment and routes in Indonesia and has incorporated Indonesian cultural elements to give passengers a more comfortable traveling experience.
Despite those companies having faced multiple challenges like COVID-19, they exemplified the resilience and ability to rapidly recover from the pandemic and adapt to new situations," said Frank Xu, managing partner of Deloitte Private China.
"During the past quarter, we actively adapted to changes in the macro environment and remained focused on our long-term strategy by continuing to strengthen our capabilities for customer value creation," said Daniel Zhang, chairman and CEO of Alibaba Group.
"During the past quarter, we actively adapted to changes in the macro environment and remained focused on our long-term strategy by continuing to strengthen our capability for customer value creation," said Daniel Zhang, chairman and CEO of Alibaba Group.
Drink brands diversify products to target consumers' rising health awarenessCoca-Cola, the world's leading beverage maker, has recently rolled out its first ready-to-drink (RTD) herbal tea product on the Chinese mainland as part of its attempts to better adapt to the local market.
After working for a United States-based company that allows its employees to work from home (WFH) one day per week many years ago, the executive recalled that Western countries have long been adapted to the WFH trend that began roughly two decades ago.
The Three-Year Action Plan is designed by the Chinese government to push SOEs to adapt themselves to market-oriented and law-based rules and norms in the new era as soon as possible, and assume greater responsibility in an open and innovative environment.
China Re Group will continue to adhere to the general tone of "making progress while ensuring stability and value creation", insist on the business strategy of "stabilizing growth, adjusting structure, controlling risk and increasing profitability", stabilize fundamentals, build up new momentum, and actively adapt to industry transformation to continually promote the high-quality development of the Group and create greater value for clients and shareholders.
In-depth business integration in key areas major task in achieving goalsChina's centrally administered State-owned enterprises in various sectors, including rare earth and coal, have promoted in-depth business integration this year and will continue such efforts next year to fully achieve the goals outlined by a three-year action plan (2020-22) guiding SOEs to deepen reform, better adapt to market-oriented norms and ramp up mixed-ownership efforts actively and steadily, an official said.
Wang added that Bilibili's acquisition will not have a significant impact on the online payment industry in the short term, as it takes time to change users' payment habits and adapt to new payment functions.
"We will continue to adapt to new international economic and trade conditions and adjust the source for imports of certain agricultural products, especially with markets participating in the BRI," said Chi Jingtao, Sinograin's president.
China's tourism industry has adapted to the current situation of regular epidemic prevention and control, with growing market demand and more innovative business models and growth points, said Zhang Yongjun, a researcher at the China Center for International Economic Exchanges.
According to him, China's manufacturing industry must change itself to adapt to complicated and volatile environment.
Apart from entrusting local supervising companies to oversee quality control and environmental protection issues, CRBC hired Croatian law firms and consulting companies in order to adapt to EU regulations regarding infrastructure projects.
Syngenta group currently invests up to $2 billion a year across its business units for research to help farmers not only adapt to climate change, but become part of the solution to climate change.
They should adapt to market rules and strengthen their study and compliance with domestic and foreign anti-monopoly laws," said Liu Xiaohan, Party secretary of the Hebei Pharmaceutical Profession Association.
He said Chinese enterprises should adapt to market rules and strengthen study of and compliance with domestic and foreign anti-monopoly laws.
Last year, airfreight was the bright spot in air transportation, as the market adapted to keep goods moving, including vaccines, personal protective equipment and vital medical supplies, despite the massive drop in capacity from passenger aircraft, the International Air Transport Association said in a new report released this week.
Under the plan, the SOEs should adapt themselves to market-oriented and law-based rules and norms in the new era as soon as possible and assume greater responsibility in an open and innovative environment.
"The advanced event-based solutions from Prophesee can greatly reduce excessive data, accelerate the recognition speed and at the same time widen the dynamic range so that it can also quickly adapt to the extreme light conditions," he said.
We will continue to invest in online operations and digitalization to adapt to the trend," said Zheng Jie, president of Anta Group.
Reducing sugar in children's snacks is bound to become an industry trend, but it is not easy for children to adapt to less sugar and higher nutrition.
As a global company that has already transformed its business nature from a manufacturing company to a service-oriented manufacturer to better adapt to China's changing market environment, Vossoughi said Michelin, supported by three manufacturing bases in China, will continue to expand its sales channels both online and offline to maintain robust growth in this lucrative market.
"Among all products we offer to customers and by FYP contribution, over 90 percent are customized and co-designed by us and insurance carriers," said Yang Guang, co-founder of Waterdrop Inc. Yang, who is also director and general Manager of Waterdrop Insurance Marketplace, said, "In light of the introduction of the new regulatory definition of critical illness, we shifted our product offerings to adapt to the new definition and requirements to better cater to customer needs, and ensure our sustainable growth.
Highlights included the unveiling of 1921, an epic movie commemorating the centenary of the founding of the Communist Party of China, TV drama Life is a Quiet Long River, and the launch of production of the second season of My Heroic Husband, adapted from a popular online novel.
For instance, to incentivize content creators in North America, a special writing contest will be held this year, with prospective winners eligible to have their works adapted in other entertainment production formats, including film and TV dramas, in cooperation with Tencent Pictures.
"Under current circumstances, many large companies are gearing up to accelerate their transformation in a bid to better adapt to the changing market, and SMEs are more flexible in this regard.
The three-year action plan is designed to implement measures outlined by the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in late 2017 to push SOEs to adapt themselves to market-oriented and law-based rules and norms in the new era as soon as possible and assume greater responsibility in an open and innovative environment, according to information released by the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council－the country's Cabinet.
In the field of sports, the integration of broadcast television and sports events has given rise to new forms and new models such as 5G plus ultra-high-definition content and cloud stadiums, which brings a high-quality audience experience and puts forward new requirements for how the audio-visual industry can adapt to technological advancements, said Tan Lilin, deputy director of the network audiovisual program management department at the National Radio and Television Administration.
"Chinese household products will enter a new era of the smart home economy and need to embrace digitalization to transition to the intelligent product era, to better meet people's demands for a high-quality life," she said, adding the company will accelerate the transformation of its business nature from a manufacturing company to a service-oriented manufacturer to better adapt to China's changing market environment.
Wang Peng, an associate professor at the Hillhouse Research Institute of Renmin University of China, said:"For ByteDance, its corporate strategy must be repositioned in order to adapt to the changing internal and external environment.
It's much more complicated to have that global strategy and also have teams locally that will adapt their own specific strategy.
Supported by about 4,000 employees in China, Vorwerk aims to accelerate the transformation of its business nature from a manufacturing company to a service-oriented manufacturer to better adapt to China's changing market environment.
Experts emphasized that manufacturing services have become a new business form adapted to the digital economy, because accelerating the growth of manufacturing services and promoting digital, networking and intelligent transformation of the sector will sharpen China's manufacturing edge, raise its resilience and provide strong impetus for economic growth.
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Zhang said industrial software technologies, in particular, are poised to take a significant step in helping customers adapt to changes in an era where working remotely becomes the new normal.
"As we adapt to the post-COVID-19 'new normal', the world needs more innovation from chemical companies, not only in product innovation but in service innovation and communication innovation," said Yoke Loon Lim, director of AICM and president of Dow's China unit.
China Literature Ltd has nurtured 8.9 million authors, who have created 13.4 million novels and stories, many of which have been successfully adapted to film and television.
They must adapt to a new, highly competitive, globalized and digitized environment.
"Although challenges related to COVID-19 continued to affect our global business in the third quarter, we were able to quickly adapt our operations and show strong profitability amid great uncertainties.
"The launch in the city of Buenos Aires occurs after several months of work and analysis, in which the DiDi team identified local mobility needs and adapted its platform for launch in Argentina," the company said in a statement.
With a capacity of 78 to 90 seats and a range of 3,700 km, it can fly in alpine and plateau regions and adapt to varying airport conditions.
It also emphasized the rising importance of data security and personal information protection, where new regulations and standards are springing up across countries to adapt to emerging security challenges.
Updates on a total of 56 projects were announced, including plans to release an epic film 1921 to commemorate the centenary anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party of China, as well as the second season of Qing Yu Nian, a sought-after drama adapted from a namesake popular online novel.
In addition to signing business contracts and cooperation agreements with the world's major agricultural goods traders－including United States-based Cargill Inc and France's Louis Dreyfus Co－to import soybeans in recent years, the company will continue to adapt to new international economic and trade conditions and actively adjust its source for imports of certain agricultural products, especially with markets taking part in the Belt and Road Initiative, Sinograin President Chi Jingtao said.
Updates on 56 projects were announced, including plans to release an epic film, 1921, to commemorate the centenary anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party of China, as well as the second season of Qing Yu Nian, a sought-after drama adapted from a namesake popular online novel.
Despite the shrinking of the global trade market and rising protectionism, Ning said that the dual-cycle development pattern will help Chinese companies to better adapt to the current global business environment.
Genki case has illustrated that, despite strong dominance by established brands, a new disrupter is able to rise, boosted by quick innovation and accurate positioning to constantly attract consumers and adapt to market changes, she said.
In mid-March, Didi announced 10 fundamental steps to adapt its services to the health crisis in the country, based on the experience it has accumulated in fighting the pandemic in other parts of the world.
Using Alibaba's big data analysis on customer preferences, export-driven companies can quickly adapt their portfolio to meet the needs of domestic clients to boost sales.
The commercial activity of Airbus has dropped by close to 40 percent in recent months, and commercial aircraft production rates have been adapted accordingly, the company said.
Zong represents a batch of China's traditional industrial enterprises that have begun to embrace live broadcasting to adapt to the surging tide of the Internet economy.
"Based on the amount of funding and liquidity available being able to adapt to the new norms and also the new constraints faced by business, a lot of companies that were previously using fresh capital to expand into new markets to launch new products will need to adapt to changes in the business environment," Tang said.
IDC will continue to increase our research resources to provide advice for our clients to adapt to the future.
(1) Share the government's plans, the stimulus programs coverage, the 14th Five-Year Plan agenda, so the IDC can link technology trends with plans to help traditional industries transform and help new companies adapt to the ecosystem.
"While maintaining its industrial features, the 59,000 square meters area will adapt to its new positioning of international conventions, cultural exhibitions, information releases, product showcases and business,"Wang said.
The safety procedures at the Ypsilanti will be adapted from work Ford and the UAW have been doing to prepare for the automaker to reopen other US factories, Price said.
Right now, CSSC, like a massive ocean liner, is performing delicate maneuvers, to adapt itself to the needs of the epidemic-stricken nation.
This means the AI system is able to realize self-iteration and model optimization to automatically adapt to medical images with different layers of thicknesses from different hospitals and different equipment.
"The solution can be adapted to various needs with optimized functions, which the company aims to promote among the over 300 zones in Shanghai," Chen said.
To adapt Hand USA to its local customers, Chen has been diversifying his team by learning from the parent company's hiring strategy: enrolling fresh faces from college, training them first for theory study and then for project completion, before discerning who are suitable.
"She said the factory and innovation center will consider adding more locally adapted flavors for recovering Chinese patients such as dates.
Medtronic is looking to support Chinese physicians' capability enhancement, and help them better adapt to medical technology advancement, so that they can serve more patients with stronger professional abilities, and the goal of a healthy society can be achieved sooner," said Omar Ishrak, chairman and chief executive officer of Medtronic.
A supporting tumor gene detection kit for the system has also been successfully developed, which can be adapted to many types of samples from tissues to body fluids, including glioma, lung, urothelial, breast and thyroid cancers, covering the fields of early screening, molecular pathology diagnosis and medication guidance, the company said.
Mary Gilly, a professor of marketing at the University of California Paul Merage School, told China Daily that shopping centers must adapt or die.
"The key characteristic of our internet-based hospital service is that we seek to adapt our treatment plans to the individual patients' specific circumstances," Xie added.
All these efforts are aimed to instill new vitality to boost the group's earning ability and further cut previous administrative and monopoly roles to better adapt to the new changes and new market environment brought by China's reform in the salt industry, said Li Yaoqiang, chairman of the Beijing-headquartered group.