On October 21, Chinese new energy vehicle firm NIO announced that it will offer a purchasing option for its ET7, EL7 and ET5 vehicle models in Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden from November 21, to start delivery in early 2023.
BYD, a Shenzhen-based new energy vehicle giant that has been continuously entering new overseas markets lately, announced on October 20 that its Dynasty series SUV model, the Yuan Plus, has recently been launched in Colombia.
Faced with the huge uncertainty of the Chinese game industry, the Internet giant Tencent has recently canceled some of its non-core marginal businesses and laid off employees in China while accelerating its investment in the global game industry.
Chinese new energy vehicle and battery giant BYD formally reached a strategic cooperation agreement on October 18 with the Brazilian division of Santander, a leader in the domestic auto finance industry.
After commencing vehicle sales in Thailand, Laos, India and Nepal, Chinese new energy automobile giant BYD on October 16 joined hands with Mongolian dealer MSM Group to introduce the BYD Yuan Plus electric SUV to the domestic market.
NETA Auto, a new energy vehicle brand under Chinese firm Hozon Auto, signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Myanmar Grand Sirius Company Limited (GSE) on October 10, marking its official entrance into the Southeast Asian country.
With the increasingly clear momentum of industrial chain transfers to Southeast Asia, Chinese firms are also aiming at this emerging regional market that is home to nearly 700 million people, with Thailand as the first stop.
BYD and its Thai partner, Rêver Automotive, held a launch conference on October 10 for the long-range version of the Yuan Plus electric vehicle model, named the ATTO 3 in overseas markets.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer BYD signed a contract on September 28 with Sime Darby Motors (SDM) Malaysia, reaching a cooperation agreement regarding passenger cars.
BYD, a new energy giant based in China, announced on October 4 that it has signed a cooperation agreement with Sixt, a leading German car rental company.
NETA Auto, a vehicle marque under Chinese firm Hozon Auto, announced on September 28 that it will enter the Israeli market after it signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Blilious Group, Israel's leading distributor.
BYD, a leading Chinese manufacturer of new energy vehicles, announced on September 28 that it has entered into a cooperation with Bustami & Saheb Trading Company (BSTC), Jordan's leading car dealership group.
China's leading battery maker CATL announced on September 22 that it has agreed with FlexGen, a US-based energy storage technology company, to supply it with 10GWh of EnerC containerized liquid-cooling battery systems over the course of three years.
Following the low-key launch of its cross-border e-commerce platform Temu, Pinduoduo, a Nasdaq-listed Chinese e-commerce company, has further unveiled its overseas exploration plan.
Chinese short video app Kuaishou's overseas business structure has been adjusted. A separate international commercialization department was set up within the division to boost revenue.
PICO, a smart wearables brand acquired by ByteDance, has announced that its new product will be unveiled at 14:00 GMT+2 on September 22. It could represent an important step for PICO to focus on overseas market expansion and enter into more direct competition with Meta's Quest.
Tencent has invested in education startups in Nigeria, Austria and other overseas markets this year after Chinese authorities introduced tight restrictions on tutoring services in the country.
On the evening of September 13, the MG MULAN, a pure electric vehicle under SAIC Motor's MG brand, was officially launched in Shanghai. The MG MULAN will also face the global market, where it officially goes by the name MG4 ELECTRIC.
Many Chinese battery firms have recently announced their construction of new overseas factories. In September, CATL and SVOLT revealed that they would build their second overseas battery factory in Europe.
Three battery projects belonging to Chinese electric vehicle firm BYD in the country's southern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region have reportedly made new progress, intended to provide support for the EV maker's exploration of ASEAN markets.