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China Tech Daily Briefing (Mar 22)

Mar 22, 2019 by The Passage Team
China Tech Daily Briefing (Mar 22)
  1. Lenovo is putting more efforts on B2B, says vice president Liu Zheng.

  2. Xiaomi and Huawei plan to add offline stores in Russia.

  3. TikTok, also known as Douyin, has earned USD 75 million through in-app purchases till date, says research firm Sensor Tower.

  4. The top 3 payment services in China currently are Alipay, WeChat Pay and QQ Wallet, according to Statista.

  5. Big data service Jiguang acquires deep linking solution provider mLink, changes its name to JMLink.

  6. JD.com launches car service brand Jauto.

  7. WeChat’s monthly active users reached 1.1 billion at the end of 2018.

  8. Tmall to launch online supermarket for imported goods in May.

(Reported by Mengjuan Li, intern with The Passage)

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