China’s third-largest bike sharing company closes amid financial troubleChina’s third-largest bike sharing company closes amid financial troubleBluegogo, China’s third-largest bike sharing company, has reportedly run into financial trouble with unpaid wages and users struggling to get deposits refunded, which analysts say marks a turning point in the country’s aggressively expanding bike sharing industry.

Baidu, JAC join hands on development of self-driving carBaidu, JAC join hands on development of self-driving carChina's technology and Internet giant Baidu and domestic carmaker Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Group (JAC) have announced plans to jointly …

Ford to partner with Chinese automaker to build electric carsFord to partner with Chinese automaker to build electric carsAmerican carmaker Ford Motor and Chinese firm Zotye Automobile have recently signed a memorandum of understanding to set up a joint ventu…

McDonald's builds ties with Evergrande to speed up expansion in ChinaMcDonald's builds ties with Evergrande to speed up expansion in ChinaNearly half a year after McDonald's agreed to cede a controlling stake in its outlets in the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong to Chinese st…

Chinese bike sharing company ofo arrives in Oxford following launch in SeattleChinese bike sharing company ofo arrives in Oxford following launch in SeattleChina’s leading bike-sharing company ofo has begun providing services in Oxford, after acquiring permission from local authorities, acco…

Starbucks shifts gear in China with big acquisitionStarbucks shifts gear in China with big acquisitionUnlike fast food chain McDonald's which sold the franchise right of its restaurants in the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong to three strate…

Apple says it is removing VPN services from China App StoreApple says it is removing VPN services from China App StoreApple Inc (AAPL.O) says it is removing virtual private network (VPN) services from its app store in China, drawing criticism from VPN ser…



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