China Mobile’s Internet subsidiary named China Mobile Internet Business gained its business license on October 30, 2015, and has begun formal operations. But why is China’s largest mobile carrier forming an offshoot company solely focused on Internet services now? China Mobile president Li Yue revealed at the end of 2012 that the behemoth would establish […]
Chinese B2C e-commerce provider JD.com formally launched its cross-border Internet shopping services, which allows Chinese users to conveniently purchase quality products from many countries and regions such as the U.S., France, U.K., and Japan. This new platform will first offer over 150,000 kinds of products and 1,200 brands in 450 stores. Those products cover maternal […]
Shanghai, China, November 16, 2013 /ChinaNewswire.com – Xinwengao.com/ – Vistra, the fast growing global independent trust and fiduciary firm, announced today the acquisition of ICSME’s corporate services division. Founded in 2007, ICSME is a privately held full-service turnkey market entry service provider for international companies entering the Chinese market. The acquisition of ICSME’s corporate services … >>>
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Wang Dong, vice mayor of Guangzhou, said during a press conference that under southern city’s current plans, they will offer free Wi-Fi in important public places such as tourist attractions, most government affairs halls, human resource markets, hospitals, transportation hubs, and parks, by 2015.
Amazon.cn announced that it has cooperated with FamilyMart retail convenience stores in the launch of a pick-up service in Shanghai.
Chinese telecom operator China Mobile published its annual financial report for 2012, stating that the company’s operating revenue was CNY560.4 billion, a year-on-year increase of 6.1%; and its profit attributable to shareholders was CNY129.3 billion, a year-on-year increase of 2.7%.
More Chinese netizens have access to faster Internet from their homes, according to latest figures.
Construction of TD-LTE trial networks in ten cities in eastern China has commenced, and China Mobile recently started the deployment of a TD-LTE trial network in Chengdu, provincial capital of Sichuan, marking an important move for its 4G network development in western areas of China.
Chinese Internet company NetEase.com has confirmed that its game channel has been separated from its portal system and merged into the company’s game business department.
Chinese telecom operator China Mobile will soon launch its TD-LTE mobile phone user tests, and the first batch of TD-LTE devices will be available in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Hangzhou.
Alibaba Group’s collective buying subsidiary Juhuasuan.com and Internet payment subsidiary Alipay.com have formed alliance with Focus Media to jointly develop the Chinese online to offline market.
Chinese telecom operator China Mobile has realized two-way roaming between the TD-LTE network in Hangzhou and LTE FDD network in Hong Kong.
Chinese B2C e-commerce website Dangdang.com announced a new evening delivery service in eight cities in China, extending the company’s delivery time to 22:00.
Chinese third-party Internet payment company 99bill.com announced that it will launch a new brand image and its new brand core value will focus on providing professional and effective liquidity management solutions to enterprises.
Mecox Lane Limited, operator of the Chinese apparel and accessories e-commerce website M18.com, has announced plans to open its logistics platform and share it with other e-commerce operators in the country.
Chinese Internet company Tencent has recently started a marketing campaign for its search engine product in Shanghai and this business promotion will be launched in nine cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Chengdu.
Amazon has announced that its brand name Joyo Amazon has been formally changed to Amazon China and it will launch a shorter domain name Z.cn for its Chinese website to fully embrace its global identity.
The Chinese tea leaf B2C e-commerce platform Maimaicha.com, which is operated by Shandong Huaxia Chalian, has announced that it has completed its A-round financing and gained nearly CNY100 million investments from four organizations in China.
Ericsson’s roadshow for its integrated TV solutions has been officially started in Shanghai and this activity will cover 12 cities in China, showcasing the company’s latest technologies and solutions for integrated TV.
Taiwan-based Clevo, owner of the technology products retail chain Buynow, has reached an agreement with Fuzhou, capital of Fujian province, and will launch a Buynow Digital Plaza project in the city.
Chinese electronics and home appliances retailer Gome announced that it has acquired an 80% stake in the business-to-consumer home appliances website Coo8.com, but no financial details have been disclosed.
The People’s Bank of China’s second generation Internet payment system, which is also know as the super online banking system, has been formally launched in Shenzhen, Tianjin, Beijing, and Guangzhou.
Chinese digital media firm Focus Media Holding Limited has entered into a definitive share purchase agreement to sell to Silver Lake a 62% indirect equity ownership of its Internet subsidiary, Allyes Online Media Holdings Ltd and its consolidated subsidiaries and affiliates, for USD124 million.
The B2B2C joint venture established by the Chinese search engine company Baidu and the Japanese e-commerce operator Rakuten has announced that it has formally adopted the Chinese name “Le Ku Tian” as the brand name of its online service platform Rakuten.com.cn, which is currently opened to e-commerce vendors for registration.
The Spanish social media travel portal Minube has entered the China marketplace with the launch of its Chinese website Minube.cn.
Chinese Internet search engine firm Baidu.com and the School of International Business of Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou have jointly announced the launch of an elective course in search engine marketing.