Nasdaq-listed Baidu expects sales for the March quarter to be between 21 billion yuan and 22.9 billion yuan, representing a 5 to 13 per cent decline, partly because of the coronavirus epidemic. Photo: Handout Nasdaq-listed Baidu expects sales for the March quarter to be between 21 billion yuan and 22.9 billion yuan, representing a 5 to 13 per cent decline, partly because of the coronavirus epidemic. Photo: Handout
Nasdaq-listed Baidu expects sales for the March quarter to be between 21 billion yuan and 22.9 billion yuan, representing a 5 to 13 per cent decline, partly because of the coronavirus epidemic. Photo: Handout

Baidu chief confident on ability of Chinese business to recover from coronavirus despite ‘undoubted’ near-term impact

  • Company reported a 6 per cent year-on-year increase in revenue to 28.9 billion yuan (US$4.15 billion)
  • Telecommuting is still the first choice for more than 60 per cent of companies in major Chinese cities

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Nasdaq-listed Baidu expects sales for the March quarter to be between 21 billion yuan and 22.9 billion yuan, representing a 5 to 13 per cent decline, partly because of the coronavirus epidemic. Photo: Handout Nasdaq-listed Baidu expects sales for the March quarter to be between 21 billion yuan and 22.9 billion yuan, representing a 5 to 13 per cent decline, partly because of the coronavirus epidemic. Photo: Handout
Nasdaq-listed Baidu expects sales for the March quarter to be between 21 billion yuan and 22.9 billion yuan, representing a 5 to 13 per cent decline, partly because of the coronavirus epidemic. Photo: Handout
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