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In an atmosphere of increasing regulation for private operators, the Beijing city government launches its own competing service in an effort to seize market share.
Tencent makes further strides into the film business with the launch of two separate film ventures and further integration of its existing properties.
China’s ride-hailing app leader Didi Chuxing announced a heavy investment and a strategic partnership in Uber’s rival Lyft.
The ride-hailing space in China sees interest from incumbents in the form of car-rental affiliated company UCAR.
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The Chinese Government intends to implement countrywide regulations to curb the use of Internet-based ride-hailing services.
With the release of Apple’s latest flagship, some of China’s more devout Apple fans have considered trading-in their organs to raise money for new purchases.