China in all respects is a game streaming Eden. With a vast population and prodigious strides in tech, it will hardly run out of young virtual reality pundits willing to show off their gaming skills online in the near future.
Beijing Papaya Mobile Technology Co. recently rescinded its IPO application from the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s recently established science and technology innovation board.
Douyu TV, the largest game-centric live streaming platform in China, has updated the terms of its IPO in its prospectus. The Wuhan-based firm said it will offer a total 67.4 million shares, of which 44.9 million American depository shares and 22.5 million shares offered for sale by current stakeholders.
China officially inaugurated its highly anticipated science and technology innovation board at the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) on June 13, a milestone in the country’s capital market development.
Bloomberg has reported that Alibaba will choose China International Capital Corp. and Credit Suisse Group AG to lead the share sale for their Hong Kong offering.
In episode 46 of TechBuzz China, co-hosts Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma take a look at the market for China’s overseas online brokerages, which help Chinese people to invest in securities outside of mainland China. Of note, two Chinese fintech startups, Futu (富途 fù tú, or “path to riches”) and Tiger Brokers, went IPO in quick succession in March.
Almost three years after Didi emerged triumphant in the war for the Chinese market, the two ride-hailing companies have again clashed over emerging markets like Latin America. As Uber and Didi are at different stages in their development, with different strategies, the key question is: what’s next in the race for global mobility domination?
On June 6, sports community platform Hupu officially confirmed that it obtained 1.26 billion yuan ($182 million) from Bytedance in the pre-IPO round. This gives Bytedance a 30% stake in Hupu.
Trade tension between the U.S. and China exacerbates as Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, says driving out Huawei is more important than the trade deal.
This Thursday on May 16, Baidu Inc. released its unaudited first quarter financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2019.
Luckin Coffee, the Starbucks challenger in China, is seeking to raise up to $510 million in the U.S. initial public offering (IPO).
On April 23, Luckin Coffee, the Chinese Starbucks challenger, filed for official IPO to the U.S. Security Exchange Commission, with the ticker symbol ‘LK’.
On Apr. 3, Ruhnn, an Alibaba-backed Chinese influencer startup went listed on NASDAQ, with a ticker symbol of “RUHN” and issuing price of $12.5. The total financing is expected to reach $1,250 million.
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.
Some 33 Chinese companies got listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq in 2018, a great leap from 2017’s 17 listings.