Capital Online, a Chinese cloud computing service provider, announced via its Wechat official account on Sept. 4 that the company would be bringing Google Cloud back to the Chinese mainland and the matter was under negotiation.
China's largest state-owned media group posted on its twitter account to welcome Google back in China, a signal that this time the global Internet giant might return for real.
Facebook has registered a company in Hangzhou, China on July 18, as reported in a filing with China’s National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System.
Tujia.com, Airbnb's equivalent in the China market, denied the rumor of a possible merger on June 1, stating that the two short-term rental service platforms have not been in any form of contact.
On May 25, Tesla Inc. published a blog post on its official website introducing eight new talents they have hired recently. Among them, the CFO of the recently announced Tesla (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. has been confirmed to be James Zhou, a seasoned executive in the automobile industry.
On March 21, Ubisoft and Tencent have reached a strategic agreement in which Tencent will operate, release and promote Ubisoft's most successful PC and mobile communications products in the Chinese market. The deal reinforces the link between the world's leading video game developers and China's largest online gaming and social networking operators.
Dargaud Group, Europe's largest animation group, announced on March 5 that it will accelerate growth in the Chinese market by developing theme parks. Shanghai Dragon Deity Group is Dargaud’s strategic partner in China.
China is the world's largest market for car sales. Tesla's vehicles have to be imported into China, as Tesla is unable to produce cars in China. Nevertheless, Tesla doubled its sales in China in 2017, and Tesla's all-electric cars are commonly seen on China's roads.
Apple US announced its revenue from the fourth quarter last year, which is also the first quarter of Apple's 2018 fiscal year.