Chinese travel company Trip.com Group has passed the hearing for its secondary offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, according to a draft prospectus filed to the bourse late Tuesday.
Trip.com Group on Oct. 29 kicked off the Global Partner Summit in Chengdu, over 2,600 attendees from the tourism industry to witness how the company bolstered the recovery of global travel industry amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
Trip.com Group, on Oct. 28 held the “LIVE for Trip” campaign as a part of its “Travel On” initiative from Oct. 10, aiming to boost the recovery of the global travel industry.
With an extra day off, Chinese consumers celebrated with a surging demand for travel, snacks and beverages.
Trip.com’s application for the transfer of 100% equity of Shanghai Oriental Huirong Information Technology Service Co., Ltd. was officially approved by the People’s Bank of China on Monday.
China’s largest online travel firm Ctrip.com released nine service standards for the domestic car rental industry. This is the first car rental standard in China.
China’s largest online travel firm Ctrip.com is considering a delisting from Nasdaq due to the impact of COVID-19 and rising US-China tensions.
Rumors are circulating that Chinese travel service provider Ctrip is in negotiations to buy China Auto Rental (CAR) to expand its car rental business.
On February 18, Chinese travel service provider Ttrip.com renewed its special cancellation policy for all the travel products on the platform.
According to Tencent News, Ctrip plans to return to Hong Kong for a secondary listing and has recently approached a number of Chinese and foreign investment banks.
On November 6, Ctrip Group, a Chinese online travel service provider announced a strategic partnership with American travel website TripAdvisor, expanding their global cooperation.
Chinese travel service provider Ctrip announced yesterday that it will be launching an overseas ride-hailing service on its app to help Chinese tourists on their travels outside of China.