On Nov. 27, Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus announced a new partnership with automobile manufacturer McLaren on a mysterious project.
ByteDance, a Chinese Internet company operating a range of content platforms, and The National Basketball Association (NBA) announced a multi-year global partnership on social sharing.
On Nov. 21, XPENG Motors, the electric vehicle startup announced that it has signed a strategic partnership agreement with NVIDIA, the world’s leader in AI computing, and NVIDIA’s Chinese partner Desay SV to jointly develop Level 3 autonomous driving technology tailored to the driving environment in China.
On Nov. 15, Mobike announced that it has struck a partnership with Louis Vuitton, the French luxury brand, in launching location-based services.
Panasonic announced on Nov. 7 that it will explore collaboration with China’s Mobike “to jointly develop and provide highly convenient bikes for bike sharing and rental service users.”
Chinese consumer appliance manufacturer Midea Group announced on Saturday that it will be investing 13.5 billion rupees ($190 million) over the next five years to set up a Science and Technology Park in India.
Alibaba Group and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) have entered a strategic partnership in efforts to the support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2 – a world with zero hunger. The agreement was signed today on Nov 5 in Hangzhou, China.
On Oct. 31, Alibaba Group and the government of Rwanda signed three Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) in Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda. Alibaba plans to establish an electronic world trade platform (eWTP) hub in Rwanda.
On October 31, global short video platform TikTok signed a content cooperation agreement with the Design and Arts Institute of Continuing Education of Hansung University.
Today Ford Motor Company and Baidu, Inc. announced the commencement of a two-year joint autonomous vehicle test project, under which the two companies will further advance the development and on-road testing of autonomous vehicles in China.
German carmaker Daimler announced Wednesday that it will start a 50-50 joint venture with Geely Group, a Chinese automotive manufacturing company, to provide premium ride-hailing services in several Chinese cities.
Beijing Bytedance Technology Co., the parent company of China’s news platform Toutiao and short video app TikTok, has closed its pre-IPO raising with about $4 billion, according to 36Kr. With an estimated valuation of $75 billion, it has become the rage in the market.
Alibaba Cloud, or Aliyun, the cloud computing subsidiary of China’s tech giant Alibaba Group, opened its first data centers in the United Kingdom on Oct. 22, catering to the growing demand for its services in Europe.
Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, Inc., Institute of Software at Chinese Academy of Sciences, and New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) in the U.S. co-launched a joint lab on blockchain research on Oct. 21 in Beijing.
Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com partnered with World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and The China Children and Teenagers’ Fund (CCTF) to launch the second-annual “Green Planet-Sustainable Week” event.