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China Tech Daily Briefing (Nov 26)

Nov 26, 2018 by Ruiyao Luo
China Tech Daily Briefing (Nov 26)
  1. Samsung's mobile division CEO DJ Koh admits the company has failed in Chinese market.

  2. Xiaomi to hire 10,000 employees for new headquarters in Wuhan, says CEO Lei Jun.

  3. WeChat blocks more than 6000 official subscription accounts and mini program

  4. Netease’s overseas shopping platform’s Black Friday sale in first 10 hours exceeds last year’s full day sale.

  5. Chinese phone maker Gionee reportedly facing bankruptcy.

  6. Chinese citizen to use ID card to take train from next year.

  7. Chinese bike-sharing startup Xiaoming Bike faces debt of more than USD 2 million after bankruptcy liquidation.

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

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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