China Unicom is a state-owned telecom operator in China. China Unicom is ranked as the world’s third-biggest mobile provider.
Attempt by companies to relist may be seen as testing the water with new US President Joe Biden and Wall Street, and much may depend on the final decision.
Outgoing US president’s misguided attempt to rattle international investors – including those in Hong Kong – have been defeated for now.
With only days to go before he steps down, the US president continues to hurt the interests of both Beijing and Washington, but the financial cloud may yet have a silver lining for Hong Kong.
China Unicom, the country’s third-largest wireless network operator, expects to complete technical research and launch early ‘application scenarios’ for 6G mobile technology by 2025.
China Mobile’s market capitalisation is 2.1 trillion yuan (US$304.8 billion), second only to Kweichow Moutai’s 2.2 trillion yuan, as traders bet the mobile-network operator will benefit from Beijing’s plan to digitise the economy.
China’s island province of Hainan wants to become an international data hub, according to a proposal presented by local officials at China’s annual top political meetings this week.
China’s three telecom operators, panned as value destroyers in stock markets, are no longer market laggards. Stock returns this year are among the best in the world. Here’s why.
The southern tech hub’s digital infrastructure action plan involves the buildout of 10,000 new 5G base stations this year.
The joint venture will focus on content delivery networks and technologies such as edge computing.
Pacific Networks Corp, its subsidiary ComNet (USA) and China Unicom (Americas) were put on the ‘Covered List’ by the FCC, joining companies like Huawei, ZTE and Hikvision.
StreamLake is the first enterprise-facing product from Kuaishou, which hopes to break even this year after facing mounting regulatory pressure and a plummeting stock price.
Nokia and Ericsson led telecoms equipment sales outside China in 2021, as Huawei struggled with US sanctions and barred from other major 5G markets.
While China’s 5G mobile network is already the world’s biggest, MIIT head Xiao Yaqing said the existing number of base stations ‘is not enough’.
Advances in 5G mobile communications, China’s digital currency and cloud infrastructure services help anchor Beijing’s latest Olympic hosting duties.
The 4-0 vote marks the latest move by the Federal Communications Commission to bar Chinese telecoms firms from the country over security concerns.
NetEase founder William Ding Lei says the company is readying the technologies needed to build the metaverse, as Tencent, Baidu and others also express interest in the buzzy new concept.
China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom are expected to roll out their new 5G messaging service, with electronic payment function, this month.
The world’s largest wireless network operator, which listed in Hong Kong in 1997, is returning home to list in Shanghai after it was banished from the New York Stock Exchange in May under the orders of Donald Trump.
The world’s largest wireless network operator posted a net profit of US$9.1 billion in the six months through June, up 6 per cent from a year ago.
The widely used travel history tracking app crashed on Monday morning, causing chaos for commuters in many places across the country.
The New York Stock Exchange rejected the appeals by China Mobile, China Unicom (Hong Kong), and China Telecom to remain on the US stock exchange.
An executive order by former US president Donald Trump banning trading in China securities has dented the volume of index options in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong stocks rose for a third day, lifting the Hang Seng Index to a four-week high. Meituan advanced after an almost US$10 billion fundraising plan, while Alibaba came under pressure as its metal-trading venture is investigated.
Look into the companies’ technologies and services, not links to Beijing, experts tell members of the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission.
Commerce Department subpoenas ‘multiple’ Chinese information tech companies, while the FCC agrees that two Chinese carriers have not proved their independence from Beijing.
Americans could be barred from owning shares of Luokung Technology, a Beijing provider of map and cloud software, as soon as March 15.
The move to delist CNOOC Limited comes as US President Joe Biden’s administration conducts “complex reviews” of China policies by his predecessor.
The Chinese telecoms giant files a legal challenge after the US Federal Communications Commission designated Huawei and ZTE as security threats last year.
NYSE delisted three of China’s biggest telecoms in response to executive order by former US President Donald Trump.
The Defence Department added nine more firms on Thursday to its list of companies that it says have ties with the Chinese military.