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Washington D.C. teams up with WeChat to attract Chinese tourists
In 2017, Destination D.C.'s official account became the most followed among all U.S. destinations on WeChat.
Tencent closing gap with Alibaba in $1.1 trillion mobile payment market
WeChat operator Tencent is quietly gaining on Alibaba's dominance in China's 7.1 trillion yuan ($1.1 trillion) e-payment market by tapping offline merchants and leading in peer-to-peer cash transfers.
Smart tour guide operator Lvji brings in 120 million yuan in B round
Smart tour guide operator Lvji has received 120 million yuan in financing, which will be used to integrate resources.
U.S. airport duty-free retailer accepts Chinese electronic payment
A U.S. airport duty-free retailer has successfully deployed a cross-border payment solution to accept Chinese electronic payment via their smartphones in a bid to allure more Chinese tourists.
Google steps up digital wallet as China dominates mobile payments
Mobile payment transactions in China added up to more than $12.8 trillion last year, making it the world’s largest mobile payments market. Now US tech giants are playing catch up.
KLM introduces WeChat Pay into its payment solutions
KLM is claiming a first with its announcement of being the first airline outside of China to accept payments for tickets and ancillaries using WeChat Pay.
Tencent launches WeChat Pay for Chinese tourists in Europe, taking on Alipay
Chinese internet giant Tencent launched its WeChat Pay payments service in Europe to service outbound Chinese travelers, challenging rival Alipay, subsidiary of Alibaba's affiliate Ant Financial.
5 reasons why travel brands need to take notice of Alibaba’s Fliggy
Alibaba is attempting to craft a unique user profile as an ecosystem. In this context, it isn’t surprising to find more than 70 domestic/foreign airlines opting to establish flagship stores on Fliggy.
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