China’s “re-commerce market” is predicted to reach RMB 1.25 trillion in 2020 as consumers shop for second-hand goods on online marketplaces.
Meituan faces a profit squeeze as Chinese regulators order platforms to cut fees to help small businesses.
Re-commerce, or secondhand shopping, is growing fast in China. But users are finding scams and counterfeits mixed in with the bargains.
Celebrities dominate livestream e-commerce sales pitches in China. But smaller-scale presenters are on the rise.
Tech monopolies in China aren’t a mirror image of Silicon Valley—rather than walled gardens, think competing fiefdoms and proxy wars.
Elite boards that can overrule the board of directors are the latest fad in Chinese tech corporate governance.
Standards for China’s health code system explain what data it’s collecting—and link it to a national system that could stick around long after the pandemic.
Hello Transtech, an Alibaba-backed mobility unicorn, is streets ahead of the bikesharing firms that have come before it.
Slowing retail growth and competition from other shopping festivals took toll on China’s Singles’ Day.
Health code platforms allowed cities to end lockdowns, but growing surveillance from digitization and centralization of data has both citizens and experts worried.