Posts Tagged ‘Chengdu’

Uber Says Chinese Government Relations Help It Succeed

Uber has reportedly registered a new company in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone with CNY2.1 billion registered capital. According to reports in Chinese local media, this is reportedly Uber’s only independent company outside of America. Uber said that they plan to move their Chinese business to servers within the Chinese territory and the […]

Lenovo’s Internet Business Platform Unveils Smart Consumer Products

Lenovo Group announced in Beijing that the company has launched an Internet business platform named Lenovo New Business Development and the platform also released the first batch of three innovative products: smart glasses, smart air purifier, and smart router. Adopting equity participation and collaboration methods, Lenovo NBD opens its software and hardware development, market, channel, […]

China’s Alipay Reported 546% Wireless Payment Growth In 2012; Tibetan City Tops Ranking

Chinese third-party Internet payment service provider has published its report showing that the mobile payment service developed rapidly in China in 2012 with 546% year-on-year growth by trading value; and the number of people who used this service increased by 223%. According to Alipay, it has gradually become a habit for Chinese users to […]

U.S. Elicits Open Technology Policies From China During JCCT

In meetings concluded last week in the central Chinese city of Chengdu, the United States and China agreed on a number of initiatives that may provide more fairness and transparency to foreign businesses operating in China. U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson and U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk, together with Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan, co-chaired […]

Chinese Software Pirate Sentenced To 3.5 Years In Jail

Hong Lei, webmaster of and maker of the pirated edition of Windows XP in China, has been sentenced to 3.5 years in jail in addition to a fine of CNY1 million.
According to information from Microsoft in local media, the punishments were announced by the People’s Court of Huqiu district of Suzhou during the first […]

China’s Kingsoft Posts Annual Report For 2008

Chinese security, office software and online game provider Kingsoft has published its financial report for the fourth quarter and the entire year of 2008, and the company states that its total revenue in 2008 increased by 47% year-on-year to CNY820.9 million, of which, 67% was from its online game sector while 32% was from software.
Kingsoft […]

ZTE Delivers China Telecom’s CDMA Networks In 100 Cities

As one of the providers that had gained the largest share in China Telecom’s first CDMA tender, the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker ZTE has announced that it has delivered the CDMA base stations in 100 Chinese cities of 24 provinces to China Telecom, including those in Chengdu, Chongqing, Fuzhou, Quanzhou, Shijiazhuang and Sanya.

Kingsoft Will Move To New Beijing Office Building In March

The Chinese software provider Kingsoft has confirmed that the company has acquired a full, new office building in Beijing for CNY175 million and the company will move to its new office in March 2009.

Buynow To Open Five New Stores In China In 2009

Chinese electronics chain department store Buynow has announced plans to accelerate its deployment plans in 2009 with the company planning to open at least five large IT stores in such cities as Beijing, Shanghai, and Qingdao.

Telematics Company Focuses On China Expansion

Airbiquity plans to offer its full suite of telematics and connectivity solutions to the Chinese telematics market through its newly-formed mainland company Ai Bi Ke Communications Technology Company.