It seems pretty typical to me, e.g. here is Huawei's HQ:
Almost every Chinese company I saw, big and small, had their name in English on the building. Sometimes with characters below it, but often just the English name.
I think it's less just a name and more used sort of like a logo. If you go to the non-English websites of foreign companies, they most often have the name in English, still, as well. It's simpler just to make that word your branding, instead of doing it in characters for the East and English for the West.
Because these companies are international in their outlook and the global language of business is English.
The "Go Out" policy of the PRC / Communist party is probably relevant here.
The Chinese government encourages and actively supports Chinese companies to expand internationally, branding / naming in English is consistent with that.
Nelly Security | 04/25/16 03:05pm
i assume English is the more worldwide known language and these companies are looking to be worldwide.
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