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Beijing Shiji Information Technology Plans To Spin Off Software Unit Sixun For A-Share IPO
Beijing Shiji Information Technology Says It Will Complete Divesting StayNTouch In Accordance With Requirements
Beijing Shiji Information's Unit To Bid For Stake In Hisense Intelligent Commercial System
Beijing Shiji Information Technology Co., Ltd. is a China-based company, principally engaged in the development and distribution of the applied software for hotel information system, the integration of the computer information system and the related services. The Company is also engaged in commodities wholesale, information management system for restaurant business, payment systems business, sales of electronics components, sales of medical appliances and printers, sales of supplies and accessories, as well as other sales. The Company's major products include Property Management System (PMS), Point-Of-Sale (POS) systems, Back-Stage Operation (BO) systems, as well as other management systems. Through its subsidiaries, the Company is engaged in the commercial distribution management system businesses. The Company distributes its products mainly within the domestic markets.
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15F, Beijing Inn Building
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Kevin Patrick King
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TikTok is finding out the hard way that the Oval Office may hold the trump cards in deals that raise national security concerns. President Donald Trump pushed for a sale of the popular video app, then threatened to ban it, prompting a call between him and suitor Microsoft...
Beijing Shiji Information Technology said on Sunday it will comply with an order from U.S. President Donald Trump that requires it to divest completely from Maryland-based mobile hotel property firm StayNTouch.
The United States on Friday ordered Beijing Shiji Information Technology to divest entirely from mobile hotel property firm StayNTouch, with President Donald Trump saying in an order that its acquisition of the Maryland-based company may threaten national security.
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