Twitter and FTChinese.com jointly released Twitter’s Report on Influences of Chinese Brands Going Global 2019, which focuses on high tech, gaming, mobile apps and cross-border e-commerce industries.
This recent change will surely impact the well-being and the financial prospects for bloggers on the platform.
China’s second largest e-commerce company JD.com quietly closed down its office in Melbourne after a little over a year of operation, putting the company’s CEO Liu Qiangdong’s ambitious expansion plans into the southern hemisphere on hold.
Lazada is dominating the mobile shopping realm across Southeast Asia. App analytics and market data platform “App Annie” named it the number-one shopping app in Southeast Asia.
The U.S. e-commerce giant Amazon is negotiating with TuSimple, a Chinese self-driving truck company, about acquisition details, people familiar with the matter told Tmtpost.
Amazon will close its domestic e-commerce marketplace business in China, effective from July 18. The company will keep running other business sections in China, including Amazon Web Services, Kindle e-books, and cross-border operations.
Alipay, the world’s leading payment platform, today announced a new agreement with Barclaycard, a multinational credit card and payment services provider that processes nearly half of the UK’s credit and debit card transactions.
Pinduoduo released its full-year financial report on Mar. 13. The Shanghai-based Chinese e-commerce company, which has been likened to Groupon, exceeded market expectations in terms of revenue but missed earnings estimates.
JD.com, China’s leading technology driven e-commerce company and retail infrastructure service provider, announced its financial results for the forth quarter and full year of 2018.
On Jan. 31, Alibaba Group announced its financial results for the quarter ended on December 31, 2018. For the past quarter, Alibaba has achieved a revenue of $17,057 million, with a 41 percent year-on-year growth.
A bug with the Pinduoduo’s discount vouchers that value up to tens of millions of yuan flooded into the public.
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” — Charles Dickens
On Nov. 26 E-commerce giant Alibaba Group announced the upgrading of its cloud computing unit and the restructuring of Tmall, Alibaba’s online retail platform, in an internal letter.
Today at the CIIE, Alibaba Group promised to help import $200 billion worth of goods from more than 120 countries over the next five years, underscoring the company’s long-term commitment to globalization and efforts to meet Chinese consumers’ rising demand for high-quality international products.
As Nov.11 is approaching, Cainiao, a Chinese logistics firm mostly owned by Alibaba, opened the largest robotic smart warehouse in China to prepare for the upcoming huge demand.