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China Tech Daily Briefing (Sep 15)

Sep 15, 2018 by Ruiyao Luo
China Tech Daily Briefing (Sep 15)
  1. Chinese news aggregator Qutoutiao’s share price up by 128.14% in the first trading day in NASDAQ
  2. Didi Chuxing to re-launch the late night service, drivers who have been on the platform for over six months and have serviced over 1,000 rides can only receive the orders
  3. Tencent to object against popular sticker ‘faceplam’ copyright
  4. Share prices of Alibaba, JD.com, Baidu and others nosedive on September 14
  5. Chinese e-commerce star Pinduoduo’s market valuation occupies 6th spot in China, replaces portal Netease
  6. National Copyright Administration of China sets a meeting with 15 short video platforms
  7. HUAWEI’s shipment of this year to raise 30% to 200 million: Strategy Analytics
  8. China becomes the most active country in healthcare AI startup funding since 2018
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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