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China Tech Daily Briefing (Sep 04)

Sep 4, 2018 by Ruiyao Luo
China Tech Daily Briefing (Sep 04)
  1. Fosun Holiday filed for HongKong listing on September 3.
  2. CEO Liu Qiangdong has returned to China: JD.com.
  3. JD.com CEO Liu Qiangdong will not be charged: Liu’s lawyer.
  4. New Chinese social media platform Bullet Message claims being attacked by junk message.
  5. Video website iqiyi.com sues Bytedance for USD 439 million for alleged copyright violation of popular TV series Story of Yanxi Palace.
  6. State Administration of Market Regulation inquires food-delivery platform such as ele.me and Meituan Dianping about food safety.
  7. JD.com receives licence for ride-hailing business.
  8. ZTE reportedly planning to shut down its phone business.
Ruiyao Luo

Ruiyao Luo is a Beijing-based tech reporter. She focuses on emerging startups and tracks the trends in the startup industry in India and China. She can be reached at Ruiyaoluo@thepassage.cc.

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