Luckin Coffee shares took a 36% dive on Wednesday after the company resumed trading on Nasdaq, following a delisting notice from the exchange on grounds of financial fraud.
37 Interactive Entertainment reported a steady increase in revenues and surging profits in the first quarter of 2020 as the company pivots more to markets outside China.
On March 11, China's third largest e-commerce company, Shanghai-based Pinduoduo reported their fourth quarter results for the year 2019.
The ByteDance-owned short video app TikTok announced the appointment of Roland Cloutier, a renowned cybersecurity expert, as the company’s as CISO.
On February 19, Bloomberg reported that China is considering taking control some of HNA Group’s airlines that have been unable to meet financial obligations.
Baofeng Group is requested to appoint relevant senior management personnel as soon as possible to ensure the stable operation and the timely performance of information disclosure obligations.
I-Mab, a Shanghai-based developer of biologic treatments for cancers and autoimmune disorders, has filed for an IPO on the Nasdaq under the symbol “IMAB”.
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On June 23, Suning.com Corporation announced that its subsidiary Suning International purchased an 80 percent stake in Carrefour China.
On March 20th, a top executive from a supply chain of Huawei TV revealed to a reporter from Jiemian News that the Huawei TV will be released next month.
The third annual Facebook Overseas Marketing Summit was held in Shanghai on Sept. 12. At the event with the theme “created by you, loved by the world”, Facebook jointly released with KPMG a list of top 50 Chinese brands ranked by global influence.
After going public in July, the e-commerce giant Pinduoduo Inc. (PDD) released its first quarterly report on Aug. 30, showing some big gains and even bigger losses.
Beijing-based media group Caixin Global reported that the list of companies issued China Depositary Receipts (CDR) has been released. The companies include BATJ (Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent, and JD.com), Ctrip, Sina Weibo, NetEase and Sunny Optical Technology.
Since the Spring Festival of 2018, enterprises have concluded their annual meetings, revealing numerous important information.
During the first month of 2018, the major Chinese companies Alibaba and Huawei were denied access to the US market. Undeniably, the cautiousness of the Chinese and US governments on investment have made it increasingly difficult for Chinese companies to expand their business to the US market.