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Toshiba set to close 2 sales subsidiaries
25th September 2015

 TOSHIBA Corp plans to shut down two of its sales subsidiaries in China and authorize its mainland partner to make and sell its white goods as the Japanese company downsizes its overseas business to narrow losses.

“Toshiba will tie up with Shenzhen-based Skyworth Digital Holdings Co to sell refrigerators, washing machines and vacuum cleaners from October, widening sales channels and bring production innovation in the world’s second-largest economy,” the company said in a statement yesterday.

Skyworth will buy a 5 percent stake in two of Toshiba’s factories in Shenzhen and Foshan, and provide some after-sales services on completion of the deal, the Japanese firm said.

Toshiba’s sales of white goods in China were worth 10 billion yen (US$84 million) a year, according to Japan’s Nikkei newspaper.

Toshiba posted a net loss of 37.83 billion yen for the fiscal year ended in March, down sharply from a 60.24 billion yen profit a year earlier.

Masashi Muromachi, chairman and president of Toshiba, said in a media briefing in Tokyo in August that its overseas plants for white goods needed to be consolidated.

Source: Shanghai Daily, September 25, 2015
UberCommute to launch in Chengdu
24th September 2015

 Ride-sharing giant Uber has unveiled a new car-sharing service for commuters, which will be launched first in Chengdu.

Uber said the plan is “an entirely new product for drivers” that enables drivers who commute longer distances to share the cost of the trip. 

“It’s carpooling at the press of a button,” the company said on its blog, unveiling the service called UberCommute.

Uber has become Silicon Valley’s biggest venture-funded startup, valued at US$50 billion, having grown its ride-sharing services to dozens of countries, despite protests from the taxi industry and regulators.

“We’ve chosen China to pilot UberCommute — the first time we’ve launched a new global product outside the United States — because of the tremendous appetite amongst Chinese drivers and riders for creative new ways to get from A to B, affordably and reliably,” Uber said.

“Over time we hope to adapt UberCommute for other cities around the world so that more people can carpool, helping reduce costs for everyone while also cutting congestion.”

China is a key battleground for ride-sharing services.

Source: Shanghai Daily, September 24, 2015
UberCommute to launch in Chengdu
24th September 2015

 Ride-sharing giant Uber has unveiled a new car-sharing service for commuters, which will be launched first in Chengdu.

Uber said the plan is “an entirely new product for drivers” that enables drivers who commute longer distances to share the cost of the trip. 

“It’s carpooling at the press of a button,” the company said on its blog, unveiling the service called UberCommute.

Uber has become Silicon Valley’s biggest venture-funded startup, valued at US$50 billion, having grown its ride-sharing services to dozens of countries, despite protests from the taxi industry and regulators.

“We’ve chosen China to pilot UberCommute — the first time we’ve launched a new global product outside the United States — because of the tremendous appetite amongst Chinese drivers and riders for creative new ways to get from A to B, affordably and reliably,” Uber said.

“Over time we hope to adapt UberCommute for other cities around the world so that more people can carpool, helping reduce costs for everyone while also cutting congestion.”

China is a key battleground for ride-sharing services.

Source: Shanghai Daily, September 24, 2015
UberCommute to launch in Chengdu
24th September 2015

 Ride-sharing giant Uber has unveiled a new car-sharing service for commuters, which will be launched first in Chengdu.

Uber said the plan is “an entirely new product for drivers” that enables drivers who commute longer distances to share the cost of the trip. 

“It’s carpooling at the press of a button,” the company said on its blog, unveiling the service called UberCommute.

Uber has become Silicon Valley’s biggest venture-funded startup, valued at US$50 billion, having grown its ride-sharing services to dozens of countries, despite protests from the taxi industry and regulators.

“We’ve chosen China to pilot UberCommute — the first time we’ve launched a new global product outside the United States — because of the tremendous appetite amongst Chinese drivers and riders for creative new ways to get from A to B, affordably and reliably,” Uber said.

“Over time we hope to adapt UberCommute for other cities around the world so that more people can carpool, helping reduce costs for everyone while also cutting congestion.”

China is a key battleground for ride-sharing services.

Source: Shanghai Daily, September 24, 2015

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