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China Tech Daily Briefing (May 9)

May 9, 2019 by The Passage Team
China Tech Daily Briefing (May 9)
  1. Tencent launches PUBG-inspired mobile game Heping Jingying.
  2. Coffee Chain startup Luckin reportedly seeks tie-up with ele.me to strengthen delivery arm.
  3. Oracle China R&D center is said to be downsizing.
  4. E-commerce platform Suning works with 500 factories to copy PDD model.
  5. Automobile company JAC may incur penalty for faking emission test data.
  6. Netease merge its B2B business product Yunxin and Qiyu.
  7. TMT media portal Jiemian claims Netease guilty of copyright violations.

(Reported by Ruiyao Luo, staff reporter at The Passage)

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