XPeng, a leading Chinese electric vehicle company, on November 30 announced its unaudited financial results for the third quarter of 2022. Its total revenues were 6.82 billion yuan ($0.96 billion) for the third quarter, representing a year-on-year increase of 19.3%.
So far, a recorded 26 A-share listed companies in China have become involved in digital collections, the country's version of NFTs. Among these firms, only three have announced the revenue related to this innovative business.
Meituan, China’s leading e-commerce platform for services, saw its revenues increase by 16.4% to 50.9 billion yuan ($7.42 billion) in the second quarter of the year, according to its financial report released on August 26.
Anta Sports Products Limited, a prominent sportswear company in China, increased its overall revenue in the first half of the year by 13.8% to 25.97 billion yuan ($3.79 billion), higher than Nike China's $3.7 billion in the same reporting period.
A report released by two Chinese game industry institutions on July 21 showed that from January to June, the actual sales revenue of China's game market was 147.789 billion yuan ($21.84 billion), down 1.80% year-on-year, the first annual decline in recent years.
Sensor Tower’s recent data showed that the global users of Riot Games’ League of Legends: Wild Rift have spent more than $500 million through Apple's App Store and Google Play.
Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO announced on July 11 that the company is setting up an independent committee to oversee an investigation into allegations made in Grizzly Research's critical short-seller report.
Mobile application data analysis company Sensor Tower released a report on July 8 claiming that Douyin and its overseas version TikTok earned more than $283 million in June from the App Store and Google Play.
Tuya Smart, an IoT development platform provider, was officially listed on July 5 to the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange by way of a dual listing, under stock code "2391."
On June 27, Nike, the U.S. sportswear giant, released key financial data for its fiscal 2022 fourth quarter and full year ended May 31, 2022. Its share price fell nearly 7% the next day and its market value dropped by $12 billion.
The first pay-per-view video from an independent uploader appeared on popular Chinese streaming platform Bilibili on Monday, marking a new step by the firm in its pursuit of paid content strategies, following lessons and movies.
Hangzhou-based internet tech firm and online gaming provider, NetEase, Inc., published its financial report for Q1, 2022. Its net revenue totaled $3.7 billion, up 14.8% year-on-year.
Beijing-based tech giant Xiaomi released on Thursday its unaudited consolidated results for the three months ended March 31, 2022.
On Wednesday, Chinese tech giant Tencent released its first quarter financial report. In the first quarter of this year, Tencent achieved a revenue of 135.47 billion yuan ($20 billion), which the company considered stable.
Sohu.com Limited, a Chinese internet company, released its financial report for the first quarter of 2022 on Monday.
Chinese automobile manufacturer BYD announced on Monday that it expects net profits in the first quarter of 2022 to total between 650 million yuan and 950 million yuan ($102M - $149.1M), up 174% - 300% year-on-year.
On Friday, Li Guoxun, Vice President of sparkling water brand Genki Forest, talked about the company's recent business operations, marking the first time that the brand disclosed performance data to the public.
ATRenew has seen robust growth rates over the past year, both in terms of revenue and GMV performance, coupled with a reduced operating loss ratio compared with 2020.
Chinese chipmaker Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) announced on Tuesday that in January and February 2022, the company achieved operating income of about $1.223 billion.
Chinese bubble tea chain Nayuki announced on Tuesday that it is expected to earn about 4.28 billion ($672 million) to 4.32 billion yuan in revenue and about 135 million to 165 million yuan in adjusted net losses (non-IFRS measure) in 2021.