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China Tech Daily Briefing (Nov 5)

Nov 5, 2018 by The Passage Team
China Tech Daily Briefing (Nov 5)

1.Tencent CEO Pony Ma says “the most painful time” of his life was when QQ was limping in 1998.

2.ofo says office shifted as lease period of former address had expired.

3.Video player Qvod’s founder Wang Xing says he is afraid he cannot keep up with the world from prison.

4.FF staffer says Jia Yueting has met potential investors, believes FF valuation is worth USD 10 billion.

5.iPhone ranks No.1 in mobile phone sales in Tmall’s double 11 pre-sale. Xiaomi is No.2 and Vivo is No.3.

6.Tencent adjusts its content strategy, as Chinese animation industry is likely to undergo reform.

7.175 Chinese innovation enterprises among 2018 Global Innovation 1000: PwC report.

8.Apple cuts 10% of its products’ order with Foxconn, which might cause some workers to lose their jobs in Foxconn.

(Reported by Diqing Liu, an intern at The Passage)

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