China is set to emerge as the Philippines' top tourist source thanks to "exceptionally stronger government to government relations," according to a Philippine lawmaker on Saturday.
Both Tencent and Alibaba are eyeing a stake in Bullet Train Networks, Ctrip joins a consortium in a bid for car rental firm eHi’s privatization, and more in this week’s Briefing.
Alibaba is working with Thailand to upgrade and tailor high-quality global travel services, said China's e-commerce giant founder Jack Ma on Thursday.
The partnership will focus on highlighting AccorHotels accredited hotels more prominently, building a flagship store for AccorHotels, joint development of loyalty programs and cooperation on IT.
While the aviation regulator further liberalizes fees, a price supervision mechanism will also be established to record and punish illegal practices.
The internationally popular British animated television show for young children has been a huge hit in China since launching there in 2015, and the plan is to open theme parks in Beijing and Shanghai.
The platform can be a realizable asset once it has accumulated a sufficient amount of content.
China Southern has demanded third-party platforms to discontinue seat selection and check-in services, but leaves room for potential future cooperation.
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