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Alibaba Cloud brings on nine new partners
“The partnership covering all sectors spanning from public to private organisations reflects Alibaba's mission to make it easy to do business anywhere.”
Huawei: Aus should follow UK’s “more intelligent” approach to 5G tech
Huawei Australia has released a statement pointing out a UK cross-party committee’s findings that there is no need to ban Huawei’s 5G technologies.
New partnership brings opportunities for China-UK fintech collaboration
The agreement signifies a substantial cooperating step between Chengdu and London in the field of finance.
AirPass and 18Communications team up to target Chinese tourism in Aus
To caplitalise on the tourist trade and to make the tourists’ experience as enjoyable as possible, AirPass has partnered with 18Communications to assist local businesses targeting Chinese shoppers.
Guiyang investing big to become China’s big data hub
After years of effort, Guiyang is now beginning to see greater recognition from home and abroad.
Alibaba Cloud opening up data centres & services for AU businesses
At its dedicated China Gateway Summit held in Sydney, Alibaba Cloud announced its new programme for Australian business partners and clients.
Haymarket HQ to help Aussie businesses get China-ready
With the help of Alibaba Cloud and other partners, Haymarket HQ will provide guidance for Aussies who want to break into the Chinese market.
Can it be trusted? Huawei’s founder speaks out
Ren Zhengfei spoke candidly in a recent media roundtable about security, 5G, his daughter’s detainment, the USA, and the West’s perception of Huawei.
Huawei CEO goes public on CFO arrest & China security concerns
Ken Hu faced a press conference where he addressed all the elephants in the room and growing concerns around the company's future.
China to usurp Europe in becoming AI research world leader
A new study has found China is outpacing Europe and the US in terms of AI research output and growth.
New $300m fund launched by Apple for a cleaner China
Apple has launched a jointly funded initiative to promote renewable energy in China in an attempt to reduce the effects of electronics manufacturing.
BNZ merchant customers to get Alipay this year
BNZ is the first Kiwi bank to offer the option to accept Alipay which should roll out in July following the trial currently underway.
Tighter data regimes demand action: four steps to cyber security
As China and the European Union (EU) strengthen their data protection regimes, organisations need to reassess their cyber security readiness.
New research finds China tampering with public vulnerability data
Recorded Future believes China has been altering public vulnerability data to allow the Ministry of State Security to play with it first.
Hong Kong multi-tenant data center market continues to edge out Singapore
Hong Kong experienced another solid year of data center growth at a rate of nearly 16%.
It's local all the way for China's data center and cloud markets
Local companies are dominating China's flourishing data center and cloud markets - and will likely have an increasing impact on countries beyond China
The EV revolution is coming faster than Kiwis think
“You'll be able to buy buses very economically from China...”
NZ agrees on negotiating mandate to upgrade China FTA, worth thousands of Kiwi jobs
We have set a joint target of $30b of two-way trade with China by 2020.
Vodafone NZ launches Red Connect service for Chinese customers
Vodafone New Zealand has launched a dedicated service for its Chinese customers, includingdedicated call centre staff, a WeChat account, and more.
China’s DHgate launches Digital Trade Centre in Melbourne
DHgate says the launch of the DTC will streamline the process of bringing the world’s top brands to Australia.
Microsoft’s Shanghai accelerator triples total valuation of 14 startups in four months
Ten out of the 14 startups have received new rounds of funding for a total of 6.6 billion RMB, and one startup has gone public.
AI system takes some of China's gruelling math exams
An AI built to take on tough math exams managed to get through several papers in only two hours. But did it get good marks?
Chinese local government poised to invest in high tech startups – just move there
Free rent for the first three years, subsidies on intellectual property, and $10million angel investment funds – it’s almost too good to be true.