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Take your startup to a massive escale: XPENG Motors did it

XPENG Motors, a China-based electric car start-up, plans to massively advance its own e-offensive in 2019. It was not until mid-December that the start-up introduced its first commercial electric car model, the Xpeng G3. He carries Tesla genes, as we have already reported. Growing at high speed From December to…

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Would you be in?: Chinese cities fight to seduce foreign startups

The authorities offer offices, money, advice, logistics services and even basic furniture to get new entrepreneurs installed from around the world China, the land of opportunities When Maria Veikhman, founder of Scorista, a new Russian firm dedicated to the credit rating, was considering expanding abroad, she immediately thought of China.…

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China wants to take part in the technological bloom in Latin America

In 2014, when Alex Tabor made his first trip to Beijing, the Brazilian executive was concerned about communication. Tabor does not speak Mandarin, but he hoped (with the help of a translator) to be able to convey something: the enormous opportunity for Chinese companies looking to invest in Latin American…

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Bosch invests in an amazing Chinese startup

AutoAI offers personalized entertainment and information for the connected car. The platform also helps with the search for parking spaces, informs about cheap petrol stations near the vehicle and can also offer insurance services. There is also a telematics box, a vehicle-optimized version of the Android operating system and cloud-based…

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These are the reasons why China goes ahead of the West in Fintech

n China, people use apps like Alipay or WeChat from their smartphones to split accounts into restaurants, invest their salaries with a single click and pay for services. A change in financial lives “Alipay, of Ant Financial, and WeChat, of Tencent, are unique windows that allow half a billion Chinese…

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Chinese cities fight to seduce foreign startups

The authorities offer offices, money, advice, logistics services and even basic furniture to get new entrepreneurs installed from around the world When Maria Veikhman, founder of Scorista, a new Russian firm dedicated to the credit rating, was considering expanding abroad, she immediately thought of China. He believes that there are…

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