Luckin Coffee’s multi-billion-dollar collapse should alert investors to a “New China Hustle”—risks of falsified growth and management acting in bad faith.
China’s second landlord platforms are highly susceptible to downturns. Many have already collapsed—and there’s no guarantee even the largest will survive.
Michael Norris fills in as cohost, discussing Alibaba, Bilibili, and Pinduoduo Q1 earnings, as well as risk of Chinese companies delisting from US .
Blue City Holdings Ltd., the company behind China’s gay dating app Blued, filed its application on Tuesday to offer shares on the Nasdaq exchange. Why it matters: Blued, which boasts 49 million users, is the largest social dating app for China’s LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer) community, according to a report by consultancy Frost […]
Covid-19 hit the VC market while it was down. But there’s one bright spot for startups—new rules on mainland exchanges are powering a wave of domestic IPOs.
China’s Beijing Automotive Group (BAIC) is seeking to buy a stake of up to 21.26% in Car Inc, a Hong Kong-listed car rental company formed by Luckin Coffee chairman Charles Lu.
China Tech Investor is a weekly look at China’s tech companies through the lens of investment. Each week, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull go through their watch list of publicly listed tech companies and also interview experts on issues affecting the macroeconomy and the stock prices of China’s tech companies. Make sure you don’t […]
JD is pulling a Tencent: spinning off and IPO’ing its affiliates. JD needs the cash to continue its battle against Alibaba and other upstarts.
Alarmed by the Luckin Coffee, scandal, Nasdaq moves to restrict IPOs by Chinese companies, effectively helping Beijing keep them at home.
Starting from May 20, 2020, we are going to launch a series of new In-Focus newsletters focusing on the big tech trends on our watch list.