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Starbucks has forged a coffee delivery tie-up in China with Alibaba to take on growing competition
Food delivery couriers in Chongqing rely on their own topographical knowledge to deliver their orders. Route recommendations are less useful in Chongqing because of the city’s bewildering road and address system.
Tencent unveils voice-operated WeChat with Chinese carmaker Changan as battle for smart vehicles intensify
Changan Automobile will roll out an interactive version of WeChat on some of its models including the CS75 Plus. Tencent is setting up a joint venture with Changan to develop a connected car system.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s political unrest is posing a dilemma for Alibaba Group Holding Ltd on the timing of its planned US$15bil listing in the city, with sources saying China’s biggest e-commerce company is now considering several timetables.
Segway-Ninebot Group, a Beijing-based electric scooter maker, on Aug 16 unveiled a scooter that can return itself to charging stations without a driver, a potential boon for the burgeoning scooter-sharing industry.
Baidu falls further behind among China’s biggest tech firms as Meituan, NetEase overtake in market value
Baidu’s market cap has stagnated even as peers like Alibaba and Tencent saw their valuations surge. Netease’s valuation passed Baidu on Wednesday at US$33.5bil.
Shanghai authorities have fined ride-hailing service providers Didi Chuxing and Meituan Dianping for using unlicensed vehicles and warned their smartphone applications could be suspended if they continue to fail to meet standards.
Sellers claim to be offering genuine guides from bestselling Chinese chains. Some lovers of the milky, sugar-filled drinks are tempted, while others are sceptical.
SHANGHAI: Chinese authorities have proposed rule changes that would for the first time allow local investors to buy shares of some popular technology companies listed in Hong Kong – including, potentially, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
SHANGHAI: Chinese authorities proposed rule changes that would for the first time allow local investors to buy shares of some popular technology companies listed in Hong Kong -- including, potentially, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.