Zhuang Chenchao, CEO of Qunar, the Chinese online travel booking service which recored RMB hundreds of millions in sales with 100% year-over-year growth last year, said that the company is considering getting listed in the States once “market has been stabilized”, he didn’t reveal if there’s an exact timing table though.

Jenna Qian, the company’s spokesperson said in last September that Qunar scheduled to go public in 2012.

Qunar started providing Chinese Internet users with easy-to-use price engine indexing flight tickets, hotel rooms. The Beijing-based company quickly discerned the latest trends in online travel booking and wisely adapted them into China web through the introduction of several new products including Priceline-like reverse auction, Qunar’s Last Minute deals, group buying and so on. Qunar now provides over 700 daily travel deals in more than 100 Chinese cities and leads China’s travel group-buying market, according to Jenna.

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