We looked inside some of the tweets by @mak_robyn and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
There are more devices connected to the internet than there are people on the entire planet.
Reuters Exclusive: China's top antitrust agency is looking at whether to launch a probe into Alipay and WeChat Pay, prompted by the central bank which argues the firms have used their dominant positions to quash competition, sources said. https://t.co/G6saUYy2ax
Ctrip went public in 2003, it's now a $16 billion giant. This will be the biggest take-private of a U.S-listed Chinese company by far. https://t.co/Iv9h07PMFb
Jack Ma's $200bln payments giant, Ant Group, is choosing to list closer to home. It's planned dual Shanghai Star board and Hong Kong IPO might also force it to practice better governance than others with primary listings elsewhere like NY-listed Alibaba and HK's Tencent. https://t.co/sKI9rMYQNm
Influx of mainland money helped fuel a stock market rally in Hong Kong over the past few days, underscoring the rising clout of Chinese investors in the city. My latest. https://t.co/vhhYJDcI4h
EXCLUSIVE: TikTok will exit the Hong Kong market within days, a spokesman told Reuters as other technology companies including Facebook have suspended processing government requests for user data in the region https://t.co/PwQ4ujCz10 by @DEER_ECHO_ https://t.co/EawMRwIs2b
Covid-19 has halted anti-government protests, but tensions are simmering in Hong Kong. Lawyer and author Antony Dapiran @antd explains to @mak_robyn how local officials and Beijing are using legal means to silence opponents in this edition of The Exchange: https://t.co/nOrV2aAidW https://t.co/TPD0z8vk71