O2O ti­tan sets up e-com­merce school

China Daily (USA) - - BUSINESS -

Chi­nese on­line-to-off­line gi­ant Meituan & Dazhong­di­an­ping will set up a col­lege to train e-com­merce per­son­nel. The col­lege, named In­ter­net Plus Univer­sity, is the first of its kind in the e-com­merce sec­tor to fo­cus on de­vel­op­ing busi­ness mod­els, tech­nol­ogy and skills to pro­mote China’s “In­ter­net Plus” strat­egy. It will in­te­grate the com­pany’s train­ing de­part­ments to es­tab­lish sev­eral schools to train in­ter­nal staff and busi­ness partners on up­grad­ing e-com­merce, the com­pany an­nounced. per­cent to 6.6345 a dol­lar as of 11:06 am in Shang­hai, tak­ing its five-day ad­vance to 0.7 per­cent. The rate in­Hong Kong dropped 0.1 per­cent, af­ter adding 0.46 per­cent on Fri­day. The Peo­ple’s Bank of China ear­lier strength­ened its daily fix­ing by the most since June 23. bank said. The Peo­ple’s Bank of China uses the SLF and the medium-term lend­ing fa­cil­ity as tools for man­ag­ing short and medium-term liq­uid­ity in the coun­try’s bank­ing sys­tem. re­cov­ery in the ex­port-driven econ­omy, a gov­ern­ment report showed onMon­day. Ex­ports, which ac­count for about half of the ex­port-driven econ­omy, reached $41.04 bil­lion in July, down 10.2 per­cent from the same month of last year, ac­cord­ing to the Min­istry of Trade, In­dus­try and En­ergy.

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