Automakers in China is struggling to regain the momentum lost during a citywide lockdown in Shanghai that began in late March.
China plans to build a centralized data center project by 2025. It plans to channel the growing demand for computing and data analysis from the country’s eastern regions to its western regions.
Chinese-style noodle chain restaurants first became tech investor darlings in 2021 when the industry faced tightened regulation.
Nio, Xpeng, and Li Auto show no signs of turning a profit any time soon while facing risks of delisting from US exchanges.
Shanghai is an important center for the semiconductor industry in China holding a complete supply chain of design, fabrication, and ATP.
For millions stuck in Shanghai, purchasing daily goods has become a hassle. Community group buying has revived, thanks to its flexibility.
Since last July, China’s internet sector entered a period of painful adjustments with massive layoffs and unprofitable units shutoffs.
China’s algorithm regulation deals with algorithm-powered recommendations that lie at the core of the business model of many of the country’s popular internet services.
Meituan is expanding to Amazon-like territory, selling physical goods, a sector that will put it in competition with Alibaba and JD.
Nickel price surge could further increase the cost of electric vehicles and force automakers to cut earnings forecasts.
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