Chinese hotel tech giant was granted three more months to divest all its interests in the acquisition of a US startup.
The high-speed maglev prototype system is expected to be rolled off the production line by the end of 2020.
The regional channels offer great value that includes increased visibility for hotel brands and growth in direct traffic and localized marketing.
E-tickets are now being made available for travel on normal-speed trains, bringing the total number of railway stations using e-tickets to more than 2,400.
The company now wants to build “an order accounting module” that simplifies the complexity of tax reconciliation for individual products and services.
The company is in talks to buy an OTA in South Korea.
Some hotels of Huazhu, which operates nearly 6,000 hotels across China, have become fully automated for guests, from room booking to ID card scanning, face recognition, and robot delivery.
Operating revenue beyond mainland China were RMB 424 million, or 11.58% of total revenue, up by 69.11%.
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