In ‘Summer of Regulation,’ Companies Should Look for Positives

By Doug Young When God gives you lemons, make lemonade. Ok, maybe that’s just slightly cliché. But the old saying could also offer some words of wisdom for companies and their key communicators as China undergoes what’s likely to go down as its biggest corporate sector cleanup in recent memory. We’ll return to lemons shortly, and how making lemonade – putting a positive face on what otherwise looks like a grim situation – may be the best way to make it through this year’s “Summer of the Cleanup.” But first,…

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Yeahka in Acquisition to Boost In-Store E-commerce Business

Grappling with intense competition in the payment industry, company bets on technology-enabled services with potential to jumpstart growth Key Takeaways: Yeahka is paying 100 million yuan for 60% of consumer e-services provider Qianqianhui, aiming to boost its in-store e-commerce business Company’s in-store e-commerce business earned 45 million yuan in the first half of 2021, following launch last December By Fai Pui Chinese mobile payment services provider Yeahka Limited (9923.HK) said this week it has agreed to inject 100 million yuan ($15.6 million) into Qianqianhui, a provider of in-store e-commerce services.…

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