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March 9, 2014
21:34 EDTTCEHYTencent, form strategic partnership and Tencent Holdings have formed a strategic partnership aimed at providing "superior" eCommerce services to mobile and Internet users in China.The strategic partnership enables JD to tap Tencent's significant mobile and Internet user base, and Tencent to leverage JD's best-in-class eCommerce services to offer superior user experiences. JD will become Tencent's preferred partner for all physical goods eCommerce businesses. Mr. Martin Lau, President of Tencent, will join JD's Board of Directors...As part of the transaction, JD will acquire 100% interests in Tencent's QQ Wanggou B2C and PaiPai C2C marketplace businesses, logistics personnel and assets, a minority stake in Yixun, and will enter into a strategic cooperation agreement with Tencent. In addition, JD has the right to acquire the remaining stake of Yixun in future. As part of the strategic cooperation, Tencent will support JD's growth in the physical goods eCommerce business by offering level 1 access points in Weixin and Mobile QQ, and support from other key platforms to JD. Both parties will also cooperate on online payment services to improve users' online shopping experience. In connection with the transaction, JD will issue new shares to Tencent. Initially, Tencent will hold approximately 15% in JD upon closing of the transaction. Furthermore, Tencent will subscribe at IPO price for an additional 5% of JD on a post-IPO basis. The IPO subscription is expected to close concurrently with JD's IPO.
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November 24, 2015
05:48 EDTTCEHYAlibaba shopping stake in Meituan-Dianping, WSJ reports
Alibaba (BABA) is in talks to sell a stake in Meituan-Dianping, an online booking and discounts platform in China, as part of a plan to focus on an alternative platform of its own, The Wall Street Journal reports. According to sources, Alibaba is shopping its roughly 7% stake in the company, worth about $1B, in a move to focus on the Koubei platform that it launched last June with its financial affiliate. Rival Chinese Internet company Tencent (TCEHY) is said to be planning a $1B investment in Meituan-Dianping, the publication also notes. Reference Link
05:43 EDTTCEHYApple to launch Apple Pay in China by February, WSJ reports
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November 17, 2015
08:03 EDTTCEHYWestern Union offers new global money transfer service on WeChat
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