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  1. Business - Companies - TOURISM

    Ctrip likely to gain more business from stronger Qunar platform

    Posted Oct 02nd 2013, 12:00am by BIEN PEREZ

    ... Bien Perez bien.perez@scmp.com Mainland travel agency expected to get business boost from bigger search platform post-listing Ctrip to benefit from Qunar US stock offering Ctrip.com International, the mainland's largest online travel agency, may be an unintended beneficiary of the proposed US$125 million initial public offering by Qunar.com the leading Chinese travel search ...

  2. Business - Companies

    Ctrip-Qunar tie-up: merger ahead

    Posted Aug 06th 2013, 07:03pm by Doug Young

    ... Doug Young A merger between Ctrip and Qunar makes strategic sense, but looks unlikely for a number of company-specific issues Local media have been buzzing this week with word of a new alliance between the unlikely partners of Ctrip (Nasdaq: CTRP) and Qunar, two of China's top online travel sites. The new alliance is actually rather modest, but is more surprising because ...

  3. Comment - Blogs

    Baidu's Qunar hit by merchant revolt

    Posted Apr 10th 2013, 12:39pm by Doug Young

    ... Doug Young A revolt by agents on Qunar's online travel platform will get settled in the next one to two months, but could delay the company's IPO plans by a year or more Former high-flyer Qunar is quickly discovering the risks of using third-party agents to provide many of its travel services, as many of those agents are suddenly leaving the platform in a mass uprising. ...

  4. Destination for travel information and deals

    Posted Jan 17th 2006, 12:00am by Michael Logan

    ... Michael Logan Internet firm Qunar claims it is better than search portals because it scans travel sites to find the best airfares and hotel offers A mainland internet start-up hopes to become the 'Google of travel search', aiming for a US$500 million company valuation by 2009 in Asia's fast-growing search-related advertising market. Beijing-based Qunar.com, which ...

  5. Comment - Blogs

    Qunar joins year-end IPO queue

    Posted Oct 31st 2012, 12:17pm by Doug Young

    ... Doug Young Online travel site Qunar has become the latest Chinese firm to show interest in a New York IPO by year-end, perhaps marking the end to the winter for US-listed Chinese stocks. We're seeing growing signs that a mini-parade of Chinese IPOs could march through New York in the last two months of 2012, with word that online travel site Qunar hopes to list in the US ...

  6. Mainland site plans US listing to raise profile

    Posted Sep 19th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Celine Sun in Beijing celine.sun@scmp.com Qunar.com, a mainland online travel information provider, plans to list in the United States next year to raise funds for future acquisitions ... Qunar, which means 'where to go' in Mandarin, is a search engine designed to help travellers compare air ticket and hotel room prices, and to provide other travel-related information. ...

  7. eLong warns of Baidu threat

    Posted Aug 10th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Bien Perez bien.perez@scmp.com Amid a drop in quarterly profits, online travel agency eLong has raised concerns about the potential negative market impact of rival Qunar's acquisition ... of Qunar, an online search service for tickets, hotels and tours. Baidu, which had a 76 per cent share of the mainland's desktop internet search market last quarter, agreed in June to pay ...

  8. Business - China Business

    Ctrip's hotel booking growth to boost shares

    Posted Jul 29th 2014, 01:26am by BLOOM

    ... in online travel firm Qunar Cayman Islands and a 1.9 per cent drop in Elong, whose top shareholder is Expedia. Henry Guo of JG Capital says Ctrip's investments in mobile products and marketing ...

  9. Business - Companies

    Short-seller's NQ Mobile report to 'hurt' IPOs of Chinese firms in US

    Posted Oct 25th 2013, 01:58pm by BLOOM

    ... Sino-Forest and Focus Media of inflating their financial statements. Travel-booking website Qunar Cayman Islands and online marketplace 58.com plan to launch their initial public offerings ... the 6 million claimed. NQ Mobile rejected the allegations, saying the company would respond with more detail. Qunar plans to begin trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market on November 1. ...

  10. Comment - Blogs

    Investors favour online travel with Tujia funding

    Posted Jun 20th 2014, 10:46am by Doug Young

    ... site HomeAway. Many of the new companies springing up are somewhat niche-oriented, unlike Ctrip, eLong and recently listed Qunar (Nasdaq: QUNR) that are more general travel agents providing air ... in the online travel space. Qunar kicked off the triple-digit funding with its IPO late last year, in which it raised $167 million, even though it is still losing money. Another travel site Tongcheng ...




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