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OYO To Cut 3,000 Employees In China

According to reports in foreign media, Indian hotel start-up OYO plans to cut about 5,000 employees around the world and China will be the most impacted market where about 3,000 people may lose their jobs.

OYO, Ctrip Form Partnership

OYO recently announced strategic cooperation with Ctrip and the two parties will implement in-depth cooperation in traffic exchange, scene interworking, data operation, and brand promotion.

Japan's Muji Reports Fast Growth In China

Japanese clothing, grocery, and department store group Ryohin Keikaku Co. Ltd., which is the owner of Muji brand, recently published its report for the first quarter of 2018 financial year, stating that Muji's performance in…

Airbnb To Double Investment In China

American short-term lodging platform Airbnb recently announced that the company plans to expand its business in China and it wants to triple its employees and double its investment in this marketplace in 2017.