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Xpeng Motors is priming for a public listing in New York where it could raise up to $1.1 billion from high-profile backers including Alibaba and Xiaomi.
India’s government has banned Tiktok, Wechat, and 57 other Chinese apps in seeming retaliation for border clashes in the Himalayas.
Bytedance is expanding beyond its core businesses in news aggregation and short video into e-commerce, gaming, and search.
Six-year-old Xpeng Motors now has a market capitalization of nearly $15 billion, nearing the size of a number of giant Chinese automakers.
In launching its proprietary app ecosystem to users outside of China, the tech giant is ratcheting up its competition with Google.