China's first domestically-made large jetliner C919 was originally scheduled to fly from Shanghai to Beijing and then to Hefei on February 1 as part of its verification procedure. However, the plane reportedly did not arrive in Hefei as scheduled due to complications with its left-hand thrust.
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Alibaba Group’s Chief Marketing Officer Chris Tung delivered a keynote speech to introduce the company’s carbon reduction action model and call on more enterprises to jointly promote low-carbon consumption at a side event during the 2023 Partnership Forum at the UN ECOSOC.
On January 30, China's three departments jointly issued an announcement on the tax policy for returned goods in cross-border e-commerce. The returned goods will be exempted from import duties, import value-added taxes and consumption taxes.
On February 2, American multinational coffeehouse and roastery chain, Starbucks, reported its financial results for its 13-week fiscal first quarter ended January 1. Its global comparable store sales increased by 5%, but comparable store sales in China decreased by 29%.
On February 3, XPeng, a Chinese electric vehicle maker, launched its two latest smart EV models for European markets: G9 flagship SUV, and the new P7 sports sedan.
Geely-backed electric vehicle company Zeekr officially announced on February 3 that the name of its third vehicle model will be the "Zeekr X," also unveiling its appearance and body dimensions.
News emerged recently that the Xiaohe Health app owned by Beijing-based tech giant ByteDance will be shut down, and the company's Wukong Q&A app, which was shut down two years ago, will be launched again. However, ByteDance has denied both claims.
After Blizzard's games agencies via NetEase in China rolled up their services at the end of January, NetEase announced on February 1 that it would open a refund application channel for players who had recharged but not used some of their virtual currency or unexpired game services.
Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO began reducing its prices recently, starting with the ES6, ES8, and ES7 models. This promotion plan was first announced at the company's regular meeting on the morning of February 1.
On February 2, Chinese electronics maker Xiaomi decided to require a compensation of 1 million yuan ($148,926) from its partner, a molding technology company in Beijing, which leaked a draft version of the front and rear bumpers for Xiaomi's yet-to-be-released vehicle.