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Alibaba outlook disappoints after China slowdown hurt sales - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

China Focus

Alibaba outlook disappoints after China slowdown hurt sales

It forecast 20% to 23% growth in fiscal 2022 revenue, short of the 27% that analysts were projecting.
UOB Kay Hian lowers JD.com's TP to US$77 on widening loss from new business segment - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

UOB Kay Hian lowers JD.com's TP to US$77 on widening loss from new business segment

UOB Kay Hian has kept "buy" on JD.com with an unchanged topline forecast for the 3QFY2021.

China Focus

China tech stocks rally as Cathie Wood joins bargain hunters

"We are seeing lots of bottom-fishing activities in the market," says Jackson Wong of Amber Hill Capital.
How will the digital renminbi change China? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

China Focus

How will the digital renminbi change China?

By replacing China’s physical notes and coins, the eRMB will save the PBOC the costs of printing and circulating new currency.
Remaking China's Internet ecosystem  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

Remaking China's Internet ecosystem

China’s Internet has been akin to a walled garden and the clampdown of top players by Beijing is helping tear down those barriers.

Tech

The age of the influencer is ending

In this context, we should perhaps not be surprised by the spectacular rise of Pinduoduo, a Chinese group-buying platform.

M&A

Largest Singapore M&A deal done in 1H2019, but bankers earned lower amount of fees than before

SINGAPORE (June 24): The total value of merger and acquisition deals involving Singapore entities surged in the first half of this year, boosted by what is by far Singapore’s largest deal ever: the sale of Global Logistic Properties’ US logistics ass

Tech

China leads the way as Asia-Pac fintech investments hits $13 bil

SINGAPORE (Aug 25): Investments in financial technology (fintech) ventures in the Asia-Pacific region in the first half of 2016 has surged to US$9.62 billion ($13 billion) – more than double of the US$4.26 billion invested in the whole of last year.

Wal-Mart to sell China online unit to JD.com for a 5% stake

(June 20): Wal-Mart Stores Inc said on Monday it plans to sell its Chinese e-commerce business Yihaodian to Chinese online retailer JD.com Inc for a 5% equity stake in JD.com, a strategic alliance that aims to expand WalMart's reach in China to more c
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