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.

Dalian Wanda's assets transfer: An opportunity or a crisis?Dalian Wanda's assets transfer: An opportunity or a crisis?The recent jaw-dropping sale of Dalian Wanda Group's leisure properties to two domestic property developers has made a big splash in the …

Apple Pay launches biggest-ever promotion to enhance presence in ChinaApple Pay launches biggest-ever promotion to enhance presence in ChinaUS technology giant Apple has recently launched its first massive Apple Pay promotion in China, a move to enhance the popularity of the m…

Apple's compliance with China's cyber security law mutually beneficialApple's compliance with China's cyber security law mutually beneficialApple's decision to open a data center in China is widely regarded as a move to comply with a regulation requiring foreign companies to k…

Mobike seeking staff for Washington office as it prepares to ride into US marketMobike seeking staff for Washington office as it prepares to ride into US marketChina's bike-sharing company Mobike has published two recruitment ads on LinkedIn for the position of a social media creator and an opera…

China to become Boeing's biggest market in next 20 yearsChina to become Boeing's biggest market in next 20 yearsChina is expected to surpass the US and Europe to become Boeing's largest market in terms of aircraft deliveries and future orders for th…

Dalian Wanda to sell assets to Sunac China to repay debtDalian Wanda to sell assets to Sunac China to repay debtChinese developers Dalian Wanda Group and Sunac China jointly announced on Monday that Sunac would pay RMB 63.2bn for 76 Wanda hotels and…



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