Xiaomi is the world’s second-largest smartphone maker by market share; its entry into the growing EV market may bring new competition to Nio, Xpeng, and Li Auto.
Xiaomi posted its fastest pace of revenue growth in the third quarter since its 2018 listing but warned of a ‘supply chain shortage.’
Xiaomi will roll out a more aggressive share buyback initiative following an earlier plan to repurchase up to HK$12 billion worth of stock.
Ninebot is expected to become the first foreign-registered company with a variable-interest entity structure to list on a stock exchange in Mainland China.
Xiaomi is actively seeking new growth opportunities outside smartphones as global handset sales shrink, and fintech is the answer.
The buybacks of Xiaomi shares come during turmoil in Asian markets. The global smartphone market is expected to be severely hit by the coronavirus outbreak.
Xiaomi is looking to expand its consumer finance offerings both in China and abroad as growth slows for its core smartphone business.
Xiaomi-backed virtual bank Airstar will begin piloting its services in Hong Kong, and plans to formally launch later this year.
Chinese handset makers including Xiaomi and Realme are asking the Indian government to list smartphones as an essential commodity so that they can be sold on e-commerce platforms during the nationwide lockdown in India. Why it matters: India is one of the most important overseas markets for many Chinese smartphone makers, and a 21-day national lockdown […]
Xiaomi began implementing a multi-brand strategy in 2018 in a bid to target different user segments and drive growth.