People use their smartphone outside a Xiaomi store in Hong Kong. The Chinese start-up has secured an investment of US$100 million from US chip maker Qualcomm, making it a cornerstone investor in its upcoming IPO. Photo: AP People use their smartphone outside a Xiaomi store in Hong Kong. The Chinese start-up has secured an investment of US$100 million from US chip maker Qualcomm, making it a cornerstone investor in its upcoming IPO. Photo: AP
People use their smartphone outside a Xiaomi store in Hong Kong. The Chinese start-up has secured an investment of US$100 million from US chip maker Qualcomm, making it a cornerstone investor in its upcoming IPO. Photo: AP
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People use their smartphone outside a Xiaomi store in Hong Kong. The Chinese start-up has secured an investment of US$100 million from US chip maker Qualcomm, making it a cornerstone investor in its upcoming IPO. Photo: AP People use their smartphone outside a Xiaomi store in Hong Kong. The Chinese start-up has secured an investment of US$100 million from US chip maker Qualcomm, making it a cornerstone investor in its upcoming IPO. Photo: AP
People use their smartphone outside a Xiaomi store in Hong Kong. The Chinese start-up has secured an investment of US$100 million from US chip maker Qualcomm, making it a cornerstone investor in its upcoming IPO. Photo: AP
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