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China Tech Daily Briefing (Feb 20)

Feb 20, 2019 by The Passage Team
China Tech Daily Briefing (Feb 20)
  1. Didi may close operations for food delivery in China and go abroad.

  2. JD.com confirms it will sack 10% of its least performing senior executives.

  3. NetEase’s cross-border ecommerce platform NetEase Kaola in talks to merge with Amazon’s China unit.

  4. Live-streaming platform Douyu reportedly empties its Beijing branch office.

  5. Sogou launches its first AI-integrated anchor which will help improve efficiency of information delivery and expression.

  6. Bodybuilding startup SUPERMONKEY raises USD 53 million in Series D.

  7. Huawei P30 series to be launched for the first time in Paris on March 26, 2019.

  8. Alipay introduces 24-month interest-free EMI option for purchase of Apple products.

  9. Blue-collar recruitment website wodedagong.com closes C round funding.

  10. Meitu gets into gaming with purchase of 31% of Dreamscape Horizons, parent of Warframe developer.

(By Carl Zhou, intern with The Passage)

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