A Lincoln Motor Co. MKZ equipped with Baidu’s Apollo autonomous driving platform at the Baidu headquarters in Beijing, March 4, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg A Lincoln Motor Co. MKZ equipped with Baidu’s Apollo autonomous driving platform at the Baidu headquarters in Beijing, March 4, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg
A Lincoln Motor Co. MKZ equipped with Baidu’s Apollo autonomous driving platform at the Baidu headquarters in Beijing, March 4, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg
Baidu

Baidu, once seen as China’s answer to Google, hopes for a second chance in smart vehicles ahead of secondary listing in Hong Kong

  • Baidu’s US$3.1 billion secondary listing reveals how one of China’s first internet companies wants to stake a claim in China’s ever-evolving digital future
  • The company’s AI cloud service has grown rapidly in recent years, with non-marketing revenue posting a 28 per cent year-on-year increase to US$1.9 billion last year

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A Lincoln Motor Co. MKZ equipped with Baidu’s Apollo autonomous driving platform at the Baidu headquarters in Beijing, March 4, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg A Lincoln Motor Co. MKZ equipped with Baidu’s Apollo autonomous driving platform at the Baidu headquarters in Beijing, March 4, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg
A Lincoln Motor Co. MKZ equipped with Baidu’s Apollo autonomous driving platform at the Baidu headquarters in Beijing, March 4, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg
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