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China Tech Daily Briefing (Nov 29)

Nov 30, 2018 by The Passage Team
China Tech Daily Briefing (Nov 29)
  1. Didi Chuxing’s carpooling services remain suspended after investigation finds safety measures to be inadequate

  2. Ctrip’s overseas brand Trip.com sets up call centre in Tokyo

  3. Video streaming site iQiyi plans to issue 5-year bonds worth USD 500 Mn.

  4. Daimler to start making electric cars in China in 2019.

  5. Pinduoduo says it disappeared from iOS app store due to a technical snag.

  6. Alipay claims its global users cross 900 Mn

  7. Weibo confirms acquisition of live streaming platform Yizhibo.

  8. Analytics firm Kochava levels allegations against Cheetah Mobile’s 7 apps for advertising fraud

(Reported by Mengjuan Li, an intern with the Passage)

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