Chinese Mobile phone startup rumored to shut down despite massive cash injectionChinese Mobile phone startup rumored to shut down despite massive cash injectionSmartisan, China’s high-profile mobile phone startup founded by Luo Yonghao, known as an Internet celebrity and marketing genius, is rumored to dissolve its Chengdu headquarters, which reportedly received an investment of 600 million yuan from a local state-owned company one year ago.

Tesla to build its first overseas “Gigafactory” in ShanghaiTesla to build its first overseas “Gigafactory” in ShanghaiTesla has signed a landmark agreement with Chinese authorities to build its first overseas “Gigafactory” in Shanghai, with an expected …

Tesla raises prices in China by 20pc, adding US$21,000 to the cost of a Model S after Beijing rolls out counter tariffsTesla raises prices in China by 20pc, adding US$21,000 to the cost of a Model S after Beijing rolls out counter tariffsTesla will raise prices by about 20 per cent for models sold in China, after Beijing slapped a 25 per cent punitive tariff on American-ma…

China's BYD increasing battery production capacity amid policy pushChina's BYD increasing battery production capacity amid policy pushBYD, one of the leading electric car manufacturers in China, has set up a joint venture company with Changan Automobile to expand its car…

Baidu begins mass production of self-driving minibusBaidu begins mass production of self-driving minibusRobin Li, chairman and chief executive officer of China's technology giant Baidu, has made good on his promise to commence the volume pro…

Jinri Toutiao’s short-video app Douyin caters to needs of young urbanitesJinri Toutiao’s short-video app Douyin caters to needs of young urbanitesDouyin, a short-video app featuring 15 seconds of musical clips, also known as Tic Tok, has unexpectedly become a hit in China’s first-t…

Google makes a $550 million investment in JD.comGoogle makes a $550 million investment in JD.comGoogle announced on June 18 that it would make a $550 million investment in China's e-commerce giant JD.com, forming an extensive strateg…



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