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Chinese Booking Site Qunar Actively Seeking Acquisitions
Qunar Cayman Islands Ltd., the Chinese travel website controlled by Baidu Inc., is actively seeking acquisitions to help expand market share, Chief Executive Officer CC Zhuang said.
Qunar Reports Second Quarter 2014 Financial Results
BEIJING, Aug. 21, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Qunar Cayman Islands Limited (Nasdaq:QUNR) ("Qunar" or the "Company"), China's leading search-based travel commerce platform, today announced its unaudited financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2014.
Travel e-commerce set for a big leap in China as intermediaries invest aggressively
China’s e-commerce sector continues to shine.
Tibet Capital is Magnet for Chinese Millennial Tourists
Every July and August, Pemashung, the sales manager of the Tibet Postal Hotel, sees many tourists from different cities gathering in Lhasa, capital of the Tibet autonomous region. That period, the best for sightseeing, is the peak season for Tibet’s tourism industry
Chinese Booking Site Qunar Says It Doesn’t Need Foreign Strategic Ally
In the wake of the Priceline Group’s $500 million investment in Ctrip, an official at China’s Qunar, which trades on Nasdaq, says the metasearch and booking site doesn’t need a foreign strategic partner and downplays any impact from Priceline’s closer ties with Ctrip.
Chinese travel giant CTrip reports torrid growth, but faces a price war with rivals
CTrip, the largest Chinese online travel agency by revenue, continues to enjoy growth levels that its Western competitors could only dream of.
Targeting China next as a travel metasearch brand? Be ready for the grind
Established metasearch brands including Kayak and Skyscanner are set to foray into China. It will be interesting to watch the development as these companies enter with contrasting market-entry strategies.
Chinese online travel agents get ten times more reviews than actual review sites
Perhaps a surprise – user review giant TripAdvisor‘s Chinese brand DaoDao has fewer hotel reviews than online travel agencies in China.
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