Net profit dropped to 2.2 billion yuan ($317 million) in the July-to-September period, from 3.6 billion yuan a year earlier, while revenue rose 13.5% to 33.5 billion yuan.
Ingenico Group today announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with Chinese carrier Xiamen Airlines, to provide the online payments infrastructure for the company.
Sources said Didi’s intention to enter the hotel sector is certain, but is still in preliminary exploration.
The Shenzhen-based company has ramped up efforts to promote the digitalization of China's public transport sector, and is working with local governments, bus and subway companies to promote its QR code payment.
Luxury travel outfit Wild Frontiers, along with including Ker & Downey, Abercrombie & Kent, and Remote Lands, is helping travelers realize a suddenly buzzy fantasy of traveling the Silk Road.
The top 10 international destinations booked via the group’s platform in the Chinese source market this year remain all Asian, with each destination registering double-digit growth.
Jingdong Travel will support hotel operators and suppliers with immersive experience, membership benefits, connection platform and all-inclusive marketing services.
Some overseas cruise lines' decision to exit the Chinese market has more to do with their business errors than with Chinese customers or domestic market demand, tourism experts said on Thursday.
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