ceed 4 trillion yuan, making it the second largest in the world. The annual revenue of the food service
and hospitality market has grown at double digits, providing a big opportunity for Ecolab.上海千花坊
And the second is around water management. This is where Ecolab brings things like the total water management capability.
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ater usage by up to 30 percent. Besides, we’re also introducing international standards on water management into the Chi
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Ecolab and its client Nestlé are frontrunners on this, from settin
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ving the AWS (Alliance for Water Stewardship) standard certification in 15 drinking water factories.
The last focused area, according to Wyant, is healthcare. The co
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Apple Inc said it has supported more than 5 million jobs in China through its local companies,
research and development centers, local suppliers and third-party mobile application developers on its App Store.
The United States tech giant said that it derived about 20 percent of its global revenue from China in 2018, up $7 billion from a year ago.
It has set up nine companies in China, with 71 branches nationwide. It also had 51 retail stores acro
ss the country by the end of 2018, Apple added in its latest China corporate social responsibility report.
The Wall Street Journal reported earlier that Apple will manufacture its new Mac Pro com
puter in China, shifting production of its only major device assembled in the US to China