Chinese EV maker NIO successfully listed on the main board of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) on Friday, beginning trading under the ticker symbol "NIO."
Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO announced on Wednesday that it expects to be listed and commence trading on the Main Board of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (SGX-ST) on May 20.
On Friday, Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO announced its proposed secondary listing by way of introduction to the Main Board of the Singapore Exchange, following its IPO at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on March 10.
Chinese gaming company Lilith Games announced on Monday that it will set up a game publishing company in Singapore called Farlight Games to support and facilitate the global distribution of the company's games.
Ant Group has announced the appointment of Jia Hang as its General Manager for Southeast Asia. The Group said this newly-established position will help strengthen its talent and capacity building in the region.
According to its related prospectus disclosed at the end of February, electric vehicle firm NIO has applied to the main board of the Singapore Exchange Limited for a second listing by way of introduction.
MXBC, a chain brand dedicated to creating fresh ice cream and tea drinks in China, has officially entered Singapore and Malaysia, two Southeast Asian countries.
China's cross-border e-commerce unicorn SHEIN has made a Singapore firm its holding company, and Chris Xu, SHEIN's founder and CEO, has also become a permanent resident of the city-state.
Electric vehicle maker BYD will release its new EV, the Yuan Plus, on February 19th. This is BYD's first pure electric SUV featuring the company's Platform 3.0.
Chinese game giant Tencent said on Tuesday it would cut its stake in Singapore-based gaming and e-commerce firm Sea Ltd., reducing its voting power to under 10%.
Shenzhen-based automaker BYD announced on Monday that its Singapore division will cooperate with local distributor E- Auto to officially launch the BYD Yuan Plus model in the second quarter of 2022.
Alibaba’s logistics arm Cainiao started running daily freight flights between Singapore and China’s Hainan Island on Sunday to transport duty-free beauty products.
ByteDance has launched a hiring initiative in Singapore which recruited at least 100 employees, and has been linked with employees from other global tech giants.
A new Global Esports Federation (GEF) was launched in Singapore on December 16, with Chinese tech giant Tencent listed as its global founding partner.
With the trade war raging on and the Chinese tech ecosystem reaching maturity, the journey to the west that every half-successful local CEO saw as a prerequisite for global success now feels redundant.