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China Tech Daily Briefing (Jun 06)

Jun 6, 2019 by The Passage Team
China Tech Daily Briefing (Jun 06)
  1. Injunction issued against Bytedance to stop it from live-streaming Tencent’s game Honour of Kings.

  2. Justin Sun, founder of encrypted coin startup Tron, pays USD 4.57 million for lunch with Warren Buffett.

  3. Tencent Video to launch TV drama that would be no longer than ten minutes.

  4. Tencent promotes new subscription worth RMB 35 per month for messaging app QQ .

  5. Jiangsu government warns Amazon for poor aftersales service of Kindle.

  6. Meituan to test new cab-hailing aggregator platform in over ten cities.

  7. Xiaomi's smart accessories company partners with Tencent Cloud and QQ music.

  8. Baidu introduces He Junjie as its VP for investment and M&A.

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

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