So, what’s up in China? 🇨🇳 Issue 55, covering 7 – 13 December.
- China has removed 105 apps including TripAdvisor from app stores in the country (Nikkei Asia)
- China’s consumer prices drop for the first time since 2009 (CNBC)
- Starting from the next year e-commerce platforms in China can be held legally responsible for food safety issues related to products purchased on their platforms (SCMP)
- Alibaba’s Cainiao launches $76m open tender for global logistics partnerships (Tech in Asia)
- Baidu holds the most AI-related patents and has filed the most AI-related patent applications of any company or organisation in China (China.org)
- Suning’s stocks tumble to six-year low after founder pledges all of the group’s shares to Alibaba’s Taobao (China Internet Watch)
- JD Health’s long-expected public offering raised US$ 3.5 billion in net proceeds, making it the largest debut on the Hong Kong stock market this year (pandaily)
- Chinese e-commerce platform Hema Fresh launches cross-border shopping (TechNode)
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