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China Tech Daily Briefing (Sep 22)

Sep 22, 2018 by Ruiyao Luo
China Tech Daily Briefing (Sep 22)
  1. Fintech 100credit.com reportedly to list in NASDAQ in 2019
  2. AI Audio recognition company IFLY TEK denies human behind AI news, says inputs from AI and human interpreter was showing separately
  3. HUAWEI Honor reportedly to be a separate brand
  4. Didi Chuxing and Tencent get license for Beijing road testing of automatic driving
  5. Tencent has been buying back stock shares for 11 days
  6. Several apartment rental agencies such as 58.com and anjuke.com stop releasing new apartments due to government’s inspection order
  7. Dental chain MALO CLINIC China raises USD 33.5 million in D round funding
  8. Cryptocurrency company Bitmain reportedly drops IPO plans
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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