By Jeffrey Dastin
Shoppers in China will no longer be able to buy goods from other third-party merchants in the country.
Dianrong is reportedly raising funds as China imposes strict capital requirements for P2P players.
The move comes hours after a court in southern Tamil Nadu state refused a request by China’s Bytedance Technology to suspend a ban on its TikTok app.
BookMyShow will leverage AtomX’s cashless payments platform on NFC cards, wristbands and keychains for digital payments.
The integration will enable users to redeem GrabRewards vouchers seamlessly rather than toggling between apps.
HK’s banking regulator last month issued one of four so-called virtual banking licences to ZhongAn in what could be the biggest shake-up in years in a city dominated by HSBC and StanChart.
E-hailing operators and drivers say the new regulations will adversely affect them, while taxi companies have asked the government to stick to timeline.
To survive at China’s biggest e-commerce platform, you need to work 12 hours a day, six days a week.
Others who have secured virtual banking licences include JVs of StanChart and BOC Hong Kong and ZhongAn Technologies arm.
TRON models its service after the once-much-popular Angkot, or public minivans, which used to be the intra-city transportation of choice for many Indonesians.