Chinese B2C e-commerce provider JD.com and German tire brand Continental announced a strategic deal to sell tires to e-commerce consumers. …
Youzu.com announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Yousu GmbH signed a share purchase agreement with Germany’s Bigpoint Investments GmbH, aiming to …
China’s Letv and the luxury British sports car manufacturer Aston Martin signed an electric car joint venture MOU in Frankfurt, …
Online content recommendation company Taboola has gained a strategic investment infusion from Chinese search engine company Baidu.com. The two parties plan to introduce Taboola’s content recommendation services into the Chinese market. Taboola just completed its series E financing of USD117 million in February 2015. The new investment from Baidu further proves the industry’s confidence in […]
BMG, a music business subsidiary of Germany’s Bertelsmann Group, has signed an exclusive online music distribution agreement for the Chinese market with Alibaba. Under the agreement, Alibaba will become the exclusive online distributor of BMG music and artists in the Chinese market. Alibaba will sell those products on its own platforms such as Xiami.com. In […]
Germany-based mobile taxi hailing firm Blacklane says it has opened services in Hong Kong and Shenzhen.
Chinese search engine company Baidu Inc. and the German luxury car maker BMW have signed an agreement to jointly develop and operate technical products related to in-car information system search services.
Just days after Avira announced a deal with Chinese portal Tencent, Avira has now also done a deal with Chinese Internet security provider Qihoo 360.
Munich-headquartered Wirecard AG and the Chinese third-party Internet payment platform Alipay.com have signed a cooperation agreement to provide fast and secure payment services to Internet users.
Mads Faurholt-Jorgensen, vice president of Groupon, has reportedly revealed the company’s intention to enter the Chinese market.
Italy-based Translated unveiled an index showing that Chinese netizens rank among the highest in the world in their cumulative online purchasing power.
According to Wang Donghui, chief financial officer of Kingsoft, the company plans to enter the European and the North American game markets with two online games in 2011, and the company predicted its revenue from the overseas markets will account for 20% of its total revenue in the next two years.