Chinese firms, especially those dealing with data, may have to submit every overseas IPOs to regulators for a data security review, experts told TechNode.
The company plans to raise $200 million in its IPO on Nasdaq.
Trip.com debuts in Hong Kong for a secondary listing, Meituan is selling $10 billion in convertible debt to support its community group buy unit.
The Starbucks delivery service, for now, is only available in 10 stores in Beijing and Shanghai respectively.
We hope the attached articles—our top 10 from the last year of our coverage—will help shed some light on this remarkable year.
As “second landlord” platform Danke Apartment teeters, tens of thousands of its tenants are facing eviction.
Suzhou lottery winners can spend their RMB 200 of the digital yuan at JD.com, Didi, Meituan, or Bilibili—or pay their Party dues.
The deal is so far the largest Chinese IPO in the US in 2019, eclipsing Luckin Coffee’s which raised $645 million.
Softbank-backed hotel unicorn Oyo is on the verge of flaming out of its second largest market, China. It’s mostly its own fault.
The company says it is the world’s first to commercialize a cloud-based robotics system.