Morketing Global 每日监测2.13【在这里读懂全球化】:奇瑞将试水美国市场,以技术输出模式与经销商合作;2020年华为将在法国开设研发中心
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Morketing Global 每日监测2.13【在这里读懂全球化】:奇瑞将试水美国市场,以技术输出模式与经销商合作;2020年华为将在法国开设研发中心

chaya · 2020-02-13 08:00

【摘要】在这里读懂全球化

国内新闻:

 

1.奇瑞将试水美国市场,以技术输出模式与经销商合作

 

奇瑞汽车将进入北美市场。奇瑞汽车内部人士称,奇瑞已经与美国HAAH Automotive Holdings(汉姆汽车控股公司)签署合作协议,后者将在美组装和分销奇瑞车型,不过并不会直接使用奇瑞或旗下品牌标识,而是将会以一个全新品牌Vantas为其冠名。双方协议的首款车型将会是以奇瑞星途TX/TXL为原型车二次开发的美标产品。

 

2.微信支付获得尼泊尔支付牌照

 

据“支付百科”报道,尼泊尔央行已经批准微信支付在该国开展业务,微信支付将在尼泊尔正式合法使用。微信获得尼泊尔支付牌照后,将在当地监管指导下与当地NMB银行合作进行资金清结算。

 

3.软银集团第三财季净利润5亿美元,同比下降92%

 

软银集团发布了截至12月31日的2019财年第三季度财报。财报显示,软银第三财季净销售额为2.4381万亿日元(约合221.91亿美元),较上年同期的2.5146万亿日元下降3%;归属于软银母公司股东的净利润为550.35亿日元(约合5.01亿美元),较上年同期的6982.93亿日元下降92%。

 

4.Sensor Tower:《天堂2M》上市不到3个月,吸金超过1.5亿美元

 

36氪获悉,Sensor Tower商店情报数据显示,NCSOFT《天堂2M》在韩国上市不到3个月时间内,已累计吸金超过1.52亿美元。在《天堂2M》的助力下,天堂系列3款手游的总收入已经突破44亿美元,比2019年10月40亿美元又增加了4亿。

 

5.CINNO:2019年京东方智能手机面板出货全球第一

 

据外媒报道,市场研究公司CINNO Research发布的一份报告显示,2019年,京东方的出货量首次超过三星显示(SDC),成为全球最大的智能手机面板制造商。全球十大智能手机面板制造商的出货占比为87.8%。按照出货量排名,依次为京东方、三星显示、天马、群创光电、瀚宇彩晶、华星光电、日本显示器、龙腾光电、深超光电和友达光电。

 

6.美国联邦贸易委员会计划重新审查大型科技公司并购

 

美国联邦贸易委员会当地时间11日表示,将对几个大型科技公司的并购案进行重新审查,审查对象包括Alphabet、亚马逊、苹果、脸书以及微软。该委员会要求以上公司提供以前完成的收购相关信息,根据联邦贸易委员会网站的要求,任何一桩价值超过9000万美元的科技公司并购案都需提供并购草案信息,以供美国联邦贸易委员会及司法部审查。

 

海外新闻:

 

1.软银收回愿景基金2的1080亿美元目标

 

Softbank’s hugely publicized Vision Fund 2, a $108 billion mega tech fund that was being pushed across by the Japanese conglomerate as a successor to its previous $100 Billion fund, isn’t going down too well with investors. WSJ reports, citing sources from within the fund, that the fund will not even close half of its intended $108 billion target.

 

2.2020年华为将在法国开设研发中心

 

Linda Han, Huawei’s public affairs VP in charge of Huawei France, announced that the Chinese equipment maker will open its sixth R&D centre in the country during the current year. Talking to Les Echos, she has also revealed that the company has chosen Europe as the base of its first factory outside China dedicated to 5G equipment, although she was unable to give the exact location. 

 

Huawei spent USD 38.4 million on its French R&D operations in 2019 and plans to increase this investment by 20 percent this year. It inaugurated its fifth R&D centre in the city of Grenoble at the end of 2018.

 

3.美国法官批准T-Mobile与Sprint合并后,软银股价上涨近12%

 

Shares in his company SoftBank rallied on Wednesday, after a US court approved the $26 billion merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, the carrier SoftBank acquired nearly a decade ago. 

 

SoftBank stock closed up nearly 12% ahead of its quarterly earnings Wednesday in Tokyo. Son has been trying to combine the United States' third- and fourth-largest wireless carriers for years, with the goal of creating a heavyweight challenger to AT&T and Verizon.

 

4.Gartner:2019年苹果超越三星再成最大半导体买家

 

The latest data from authoritative research agency Gartner shows that in 2019 Apple Inc. has regained the title of the world’s largest buyer of semiconductor chips. Data show that Apple’s semiconductor spending last year was $36.13 billion. Thus, it surpasses Samsung and becomes the world’s largest semiconductor buyer again. Samsung Electronics ranked second with semiconductor spending of $33.405 billion.

 

Gartner said in the report that due to the decline in memory chip prices, the world’s leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) reduced semiconductor spending in 2019. Among them, Apple regained the throne from Samsung, thanks to its success in wearable products, namely Apple Watch and AirPods.

 

5.GSMA否认召开商讨取消MWC 2020的会议

 

GSMA, the organizers of MWC, released a statement earlier this week reassuring that MWC will go as planned, while also confirming that the event will have an attendance of 2,800 exhibitors. But according to a new report coming out of Spain, GSMA is holding a meeting on Friday, February 14, to decide the fate of MWC 2020.

 

There's no word from GSMA yet about this meeting, so we'll have to wait until Friday to know whether it gets canceled or proceeds as planned, albeit with the additional measures in place announced earlier. You can head this way to know more.

 

Until now, over a dozen tech companies have pulled out of MWC 2020, including LG, TCL, Amazon, Nvidia, Ericsson, Sony and vivo. However, Xiaomi recently announced it will attend the event, but will put its staff from European offices on duty at the booth to avoid increasing the risk of 2019-nCoV spreading in Barcelona.


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