Geely's electric vehicle brand Zeekr announced on November 17 that its M-Vision concept car will be mass-produced in 2024. Meanwhile, a driverless car jointly developed by Zeekr and Waymo, an autonomous driving company, also officially appeared in Los Angeles.
On November 10, news that TikTok Shop will be launched in US was finally confirmed. In order to register for TikTok Shop in the US, merchants will need to use a domestic mobile phone number and email address, or an existing TikTok account. An invitation code is also required.
TuSimple, an automated driving technology company, announced on October 31 that it has terminated Hou Xiaodi, the CEO, President and CTO of the company, and that it has removed him as Chairman of the Board.
News emerged on October 23 that one-third of Chinese startup Biren Technology's employees will be laid off because Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company has decided to suspend production of advanced silicon for it to ensure compliance with US regulations.
Gotion, the US subsidiary of Chinese battery manufacturer Gotion High-Tech, will build a battery material factory in Big Rapids, Michigan, with an investment of about $2.364 billion, creating about 2,350 jobs.
On the evening of September 14, a rumor that the Inflation Reduction Act recently passed by the United States government will ban Chinese batteries after 2024 spread wildly on Chinese social media. The potential policy was then repudiated by the Secretary of the Board of BYD.
Luxshare Precision, a consumer electronics manufacturer, announced on September 13 that the United States International Trade Commission's investigation into the company has been closed without any material impact on the company's production and operations.
Sensor Tower, a mobile app marketing intelligence firm, released a report on August 24 which analyzed the changes of mobile game market in the metaverse in recent years.
On August 12, five Chinese state-owned enterprises announced that they had applied for a voluntary delisting of their American Depository Shares (ADSs) from the New York Stock Exchange.
Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons has recently made further progress in plans to list its Chinese business division in the US. Silver Crest, a special purpose acquisition company, will hold a general meeting regarding the merging matter on August 18.
Lady M, a New York-based luxury confections brand, announced on July 21 the future termination of all stores in the Chinese mainland.
NetEase Games, the online games division of Chinese tech giant NetEase, on July 18 announced Jar of Sparks, a new first-party studio that will enjoy full creative freedom within the corporate network.
In the world of ICT, silos and protectionism held sway for much of the 20th century. Things changed in the 1970s when market liberalization and internet-based technology launched a new era of openness and competition that fueled growth and benefited millions of people.
SHEIN, a fast fashion retailer founded in China in 2008, recently fell into a copyright infringement dispute over alleged design theft.
Last Friday, a Minnesota court held a four-hour hearing in which Liu Jingyao, the accuser, asked for punitive damages from both Richard Liu and Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com. She attended the hearing in person.
Pop Mart, a trendy culture and entertainment company, officially opened its first pop-up store in South Coast Plaza, California. This is the first time that Pop Mart has opened an offline channel the U.S.
TikTok, a short video streaming platform owned by Beijing-based tech giant ByteDance, has completed migrating information on its US users to servers at Oracle Corporation, in a move that could address US regulatory concerns over data integrity.
Chinese chip maker SMIC announced on Friday that it had received a ruling from the United States District Court for the Central District of California dismissing, in its entirety, the civil lawsuit with prejudice and without leave to amend.
Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO is recruiting a number of employees for manufacturing-related positions the U.S., suggesting that the company is planning to build a new factory in the U.S.
NetEase Games, the online gaming division of Chinese internet technology firm NetEase, announced on Thursday its first studio in the United States, Jackalope Games, which is based in Austin, Texas.