Newsletter: How Would the New Chinese E-commerce Law Change Taobao?

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Editor’s Pick

How Would the New Chinese E-commerce Law Change Taobao?
Thanks to the latest version of the e-commerce law, Alibaba’s core e-commerce platform Taobao may be at risk of facing more lawsuits, losing more sellers and, consequently, a decline of business.

Market Briefings

Meituan-Dianping Listed on HKEX Amidst Great Losses

NIU Submit IPO Prospectus to SEC, Planning to Raise Up to $150 Million

Tencent, Didi, Baidu among the Seven Companies Approved for Autonomous Car Road Tests in Beijing

Alibaba Sets Up Chipmaking Subsidiary, First Chip to be Released in June 2019

Google Opens AI Exhibition in Shanghai, Inviting the Public to Play with AI

Events

Jack Ma Talks About Manufacturing Woes, Alibaba Cloud, and the DAMO Academy at the Computing Conference 2018

AI Dialogue between CEO of Cheetah Mobile and MIT professor Max Tegmark

Partnerships

Bilibili Announce Content Cooperation with Discovery

Baidu and Intel Launch Joint AI and 5G Innovation Lab to Integrate 5G Networks into AI Applications

New Releases

Xiaomi Launches Two New Editions of Mi 8, Starting at 1399 Yuan

Meizu Unveils Three New Budget Smartphones Starting at $117

Podcast

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival from the TechBuzz China Team! For the episode this week, Ying-Ying and Rui as well as angel investor James Hong will talk about the man behind the super app Meituan-Dianping, Wang Xing.