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Alibaba Group announced that they will invest USD1 billion to subscribe a controlling stake in Lazada, including about USD500 million …
Shanghai, China, January 11, 2016 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – – GuocoLand Limited (“GuocoLand”) has signed a landmark deal with AccorHotels for the management of the Group’s two new-built hotels at Tanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore and Damansara City, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Sofitel Singapore City Centre and the Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara, adds a total of 534 rooms … Continue reading “Guocoland Signs Landmark Deal With Accorhotels For New-Built Sofitels In Singapore And Kuala Lumpur”
HP’s online-to-offline printing service in China has closed. Prior to this, the O2O printing service had been terminated in four countries, including India. According to a report on the official website of Kachayu.com, due to company business adjustments, Kachayu has shut down all businesses in China. However, the uploaded pictures will be maintained and users […]
Chinese classified information site Dianping.com has inked a strategic deal with Singapore Tourism Board to provide various services to Chinese tourists visiting Singapore. The two parties will combine resources to cover dining, hotel, traveling, sightseeing, shopping and entertainment. Dianping.com will integrate information from tens of thousands of Singapore vendors, providing tickets of over 60 popular […]
Alibaba is working directly with foreign embassies in China to expand its influence and sales potential around the world. The e-commerce company has opened 11 official country pavilions on its Tmall Global platform and cooperative partnerships between Juhuasuan, Alibaba’s group-buying platform, and 26 foreign embassies in China. A total of 11 countries, including United States, […]
Singapore video service provider Viki has formed a partnership with Chinese search engine Baidu. Headquartered in Singapore, Viki hails itself as the “Hulu outside America”. In September 2013, the company was acquired by the Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten for USD200 million. Viki is mainly engaged in providing high-quality movies and TV programs. With the help […]
American taxi service application Uber reportedly is seeking to fill several new job positions in Asia Pacific cities such as Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Bangalore, representing the company’s intention to vigorously expand into international markets.
Chinese online game developer and operator Beijing Perfect World Network Technology Company Ltd. announced the establishment of a new subsidiary in Malaysia.
Social networking site Renren.com announced that it will work with Singapore game developer Nubee to jointly provide Nubee’s Japan Life to users of Renren.com in China.
Apple has confirmed that it has launched its iTunes store in 12 new markets in Asia, including Hong Kong, allowing its users in these regions to buy and download music and videos more conveniently.
Google announced that its new data center in Changhua, Taiwan, has started construction and it is expected to be launched in the second half of 2013.
Chinese Internet search engine company Baidu Inc. has inked a deal with the Institute for Infocomm Research of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research in Singapore for the two parties to establish a joint lab to research and develop technologies related to the processing of Southeast Asian languages.
Chinese Internet company Tencent Holdings Limited has announced that it will invest USD26.95 million to acquire 49% of the issued shares of Level Up.
Internet domain name registry service provider Afilias Limited is working with Alibaba.com’s HiChina to help Chinese brands take advantage of ICANN’s new TLD program.
Chinese Internet community website Tianya.cn has announced that it completed a buy-back of a stake previous held by Google, which invested in Tianya.cn in 2007, and the company now plans to start expanding into the overseas markets by opening offices in Singapore and the U.S. in the first half of 2011.
An insider from the Chinese Internet company Tencent has confirmed to the local media that the American collective buying website Groupon will establish a joint venture with Tencent to enter the Chinese market, and the CEO of the new company will be assigned by Tencent.
U.S.-based Equinix Inc. announced plans to spend USD63 million to build its second international business exchange data center, HK2, in Hong Kong.
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.
Shanda Literature, the online literature subsidiary of China’s Shanda Interactive Entertainment, has reportedly registered and established a subsidiary in Singapore, aiming to expand into the English-language digital and mobile e-book reading market.
Nasdaq OTCBB-listed Mezabay International Inc., Singapore’s Legend Venture Pte Ltd., and Beijing Mayi Interactive Network Technology Company Ltd. have signed an investment agreement, under which Mezabay will acquire a 51% stake in Mayi.com.