Friday, 19 September 2014

Chinese Internet Market from the Observation of Leading Vendors Acquisitions - Global market size, share, trend and growth

Chinese Internet users are shifting from traditional PCs to smartphones, indicating the arrival of the mobile Internet era. Leading e-commerce vendor Alibaba, social media and online gaming company Tencent, and search engine company Baidu have been competing for the throne in the Chinese Internet market, either through acquisitions or strategic alliance. With the emergence of new business opportunities driven by the 500 million mobile Internet users in China, the acquisition mania of the three Internet giants will change the future of China's Internet development.

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Table of Content

Mobile Portal Becoming New Battlefield for Internet Vendors
(Table) Acquisitions of China's Leading Internet Companies from 2013 onward
Migration from PCs to Mobile Devices
Online Video Brings Revenue for Mobile Portals and Ads
Mobile O2O as Key Mobile Internet Strategy
China Boasts World's Largest Internet Population
Alibaba, Tencent, and Baidu Vying for Mobile Portals via Intense Acquisitions
Future Internet Trends Led by Online Video and Mobile O2O
Glossary of Terms
List of Companies

List of Tables

List of Figures

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