Tesla once nurtured competitors like Xpeng, but now it’s accusing the Chinese EV maker of theft through a lawsuit against a former Tesla engineer.
Electric vehicle maker Xpeng Motors is working to secure a production license to deliver its first sedan in July with the recent acquisition of a domestic automaker. Why it matters: Owning a factory allows Xpeng to retain control over quality and minimizes risks from outsourcing production such as delivery delays and price increases. Beijing has […]
China tech in Africa is still going global, chasing new growth and backing African startups focused on financial inclusion.
After months of lockdowns and upheaval, China is slowly settling back into something resembling normalcy. Companies are allowing their employees to work from their offices, restaurants and shops have reopened, and people have once again begun taking trips around the country.
As India pursues tech self-reliance, Chinese companies are increasingly unwelcome—but can India’s tech industry flourish without its neighbor?
Who does India’s app ban really hurt more? China, or its own consumers and entrepreneurs. Delhi would be better advised to reconsider.
Bytedance is moving into gaming, but it’s not trying to overthrow Tencent yet. It’s a low stakes bet that will get big only if it succeeds early.
More clarity for Huawei as the US and European move further away from each other. But can an in-house app suite take on Google’s mighty Play Store?
Is capital winter over? Huawei, JD, and Luckin are some of the companies whose fundraising is part of the great cash grab of early 2020.
In translation from Ran Caijing, a look at how far China tech stocks plunged under the influence of the virus—and the few that rose.