Employees of some large enterprises have returned to offices after roughly two months of working from home. Yet, resumption of normal operations has come at a price for Chinese companies.
Chinese automotive company Geely led a Series C financing round of $55 million into German flying taxi company Volocopter.
The Chinese automobile company Geely Holding Group (Geely) and the German Daimler AG (Daimler) announced on Mar. 28 the formation of a 50-50 global joint venture to develop and operate smart brand.
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.
On the afternoon of February 24, German auto giant Daimler released an investor relation announcement on its official website welcoming new long-term shareholders. The announcement disclosed that China's Geely Holding Group Chairman Li Shufu has acquired 103.6 million shares of Daimler stock, accounting for 9.69 percent of equity.
Li Shufu said Geely, Volvo and other car companies are jointly developing an open electric model under the code PMA. "We've learned from Google's Android, and PMA's pure electric module is open," Li said.