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NetEase Cloud Music, Universal Music Group Enter Licensing Agreement For China
Netease Announces Full Exercise Of Over-Allotment Option
Netease Says Final Offer Price For International, Hong Kong Public Offering HK$123 Per Share
NetEase Inc is a technology company. The Company operates three business segments. The Online Game Service segment is engaged in developing and operating online game services that cover mobile games and personal computer (PC) games. The games include Westward Journey, Onmyoji series and so on. The Youdao segment provides intelligent learning services. Its products and services include Youdao Premium Courses, Youdao Dictionary and Youdao Dictionary Pen. The Innovative Businesses and Others segment provides products Netease Cloud Music, Netease Mail, Netease News and other products. The Company conducts its businesses both in domestic and international markets, including Japan, the United States, Europe and Southeast Asia.
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Ting Bun Lee
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Chinese online gaming firm NetEase <NTES.O> raised at least $2.7 billion in a Hong Kong secondary offering, two sources said on Friday, amid doubts that mainland firms can list in New York as Sino-U.S. tensions deepen.
Chinese online gaming firm Netease raised at least $2.7 billion in a Hong Kong secondary offering after pricing its shares at HK$123 ($15.87) each, according to two sources with direct knowledge of the matter.
The creator of “Fantasy Westward Journey” has embarked on a compelling trip eastward. Chinese video-game producer NetEase, which made its debut on the Nasdaq 20 years ago, is preparing to raise $2.6 billion in Hong Kong. The secondary listing closer to home should help fortify...
Chinese online gaming firm NetEase plans to raise about $2.6 billion to fund expansion through its secondary listing which began on Monday, a term sheet seen by Reuters showed, marking Hong Kong's largest equity deal so far this year.
Chinese tech group Netease Inc aims to raise between $2 and $3 billion in one of the largest equity deals so far this year when it launches a secondary listing in Hong Kong on Monday, said three people familiar with the transaction.
Chinese technology company NetEase <NTES.O> plans to carry out a secondary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on June 11, which will be followed one week later by web retailer JD.com <JD.O>, four sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Chinese technology group NetEase is set to become the next major mainland company to sell its shares in Hong Kong, two sources familiar with the matter said, in a secondary listing that one media report said could raise up to $2 billion.
Alibaba Group <BABA.N> has agreed to buy e-commerce business Kaola from Chinese gaming company NetEase for $2 billion, adding a platform that specializes in supplying curated luxury goods from abroad to domestic consumers.
NetEase Inc said on Thursday it agreed to sell its Chinese e-commerce business Kaola to Alibaba Group Holding Ltd for $2 billion.
Kaola, owned by Nasdaq-listed NetEase Inc, sells apparel, household appliances and other products, and is the biggest among Chinese shopping sites selling imported goods, according to a report from consulting agency iiMedia.
Chinese gaming giant NetEase said on Monday that it would partner with The Pokemon Company and Marvel to release new games for the domestic market, as it looks to add more foreign content to its roster and shore up revenue.
China's content regulator on Friday said it has approved the monetization of 95 new video games, including titles from Tencent Holdings Ltd and NetEase Inc.
China's content regulator on Friday said it has approved 95 new video games, including titles from Tencent Holdings Ltd and NetEase Inc.
Amazon.com Inc's Chinese joint venture is in talks about a merger with local e-commerce firm Kaola, which sells imported products in the Asian country, business magazine Caijing reported on Tuesday.
Amazon.com Inc's Chinese joint venture is in talks for a merger with local e-commerce firm Kaola, which sells imported products in the Asian country, business magazine Caijing reported https://tech.sina.cn/i/gn/2019-02-19/detail-ihrfqzka7167698.d.html?from=wap on Tuesday.
Chinese regulators have approved two of Tencent's mobile games for commercial launch, the first green lights for the firm in almost a year, though they are yet to make a keenly-awaited ruling on blockbuster PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.
Chinese internet company NetEase said on Tuesday it would stop updating its finance website from today to rectify what it called "irregular practices" and conduct a "comprehensive correction."
* NETEASE REPORTS FIRST QUARTER 2018 UNAUDITED FINANCIAL RESULTS
Germany's Beiersdorf <BEIG.DE>, the maker of Nivea skin care products, said on Monday it had agreed a strategic cooperation with NetEase Kaola, an unit of Chinese video games publisher NetEase <NTES.O> focused on cross-border e-commerce.
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