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Yum China, which becomes independent at the end of this month, says it can triple its number of restaurants.
Mobile payment has become a daily activity in China with the mobile wallets of AliPay and WeChat dominant.
A quarter of PayPal users – more than 40 million customers – bought from Chinese companies online last year.
Tokyo’s DigitalStudio has launched Discovery Japan Mall, a cross-border eCommerce venture.
Yum! Brands has agreed with two partners to invest $460 million into Yum China, following its spinoff from the American fast-food giant.
Yum! Brands has agreed with two partners to invest $460 million into Yum China, following its spinoff from the American fast-food giant. Also involved are China-based global private equity firm Primavera Capital Group and online and Alibaba subsidiary, mobile financial services provider Ant Financial Services Group, which runs the Alipay mobile payments platform. The spinoff and concurrent finalisation of the investment are expected to occur on October 31, with Yum China to start trading on th…
Ant Financial and Tencent Holdings have the green light to introduce digital wallets for Hong Kong customers.
The New Arrival app aims to introduce Chinese travellers abroad to lesser-known boutiques abroad.
A Worldpay survey shows that high-spending, high-frequency “super-shoppers” dominate online spending.
Carrefour China says it will concentrate on convenience store development for the rest of this year.
Alipay aims to partner with 1 million offline merchants so Chinese tourists can use its mobile wallet for shopping overseas.
Japanese eCommerce company C-Connect has launched the Ippin online shopping mall to sell to other countries.