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Articles tagged “trip.com group”

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Trip.com Bolsters Flight Search Engine to Boost European Bookings

Western companies such as Hopper and Amadeus are lining up to sell enterprise tech solutions to Trip.com Group. That's because the Chinese travel powerhouse is in a shopping mood. It sees back-end technology as critical for making further market share gains in Europe.

Trip.com Bolsters Flight Search Engine to Boost European Bookings

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Trip.com Sees China Potentially Easing Travel Curbs in 2022

Six months or a year seem like way longer than that in the Covid era, and anything can happen in the interim. But it is significant that the executive chairman of China's largest online travel agency is postulating that inbound and outbound travel curbs could be softened next year.

Trip.com Sees China Potentially Easing Travel Curbs in 2022

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Meituan Makes Gains in Luxury Hotels as Chinese Government Reshapes Online Sector

The Chinese government, for better or worse, is exacting a toll on online platforms in its anti-monopoly drive. Meituan's penalty amounted to 3 percent of revenue, and it is being forced to implement additional reforms.

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Grab and Western Superapp Confusion

Grab emerged as a leading superapp because of conditions specific to Southeast Asia. Don't look for U.S. and European copycats to get traction.

Grab and Western Superapp Confusion

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Trip.com CEO Says China’s Remote Workforces Are Boosting Leisure Domestic Travel

It's eye-catching that Jane Sun of Trip.com believes that China's remote and hybrid working arrangements are helping domestic leisure travel to recover. That echoes predictions from Airbnb's CEO Brian Chesky and others about how hybrid working may boost travel for some time to come.

Trip.com CEO Says China’s Remote Workforces Are Boosting Leisure Domestic Travel

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What’s Going Wrong Between Tripadvisor and Trip.com Group?

Tripadvisor and Trip.com Group maintain that their strategic partnership is as strong as ever even though the Chinese company just sold 20 percent of the shares it owns in Tripadvisor and is likely to sell a lot more this year. Rhetoric aside, you can't spin away that fact.

What’s Going Wrong Between Tripadvisor and Trip.com Group?

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Trip.com Group Shares Rise in Hong Kong Market Debut

Wise of Trip.com to take advantage of the spike in Chinese domestic travel as well as optimism in other markets that can provide some tailwinds, too.

Trip.com Group Shares Rise in Hong Kong Market Debut

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4 Charts Showing the Massive Global Travel Opportunity: Courtesy of Trip.com IPO Filing

As many private equity and other investors will tell you, massive opportunities remain in the travel industry over the long term. The travel market will undeniably look very different in 2025 than it does today. But if you believe Trip.com's projections, boom times are ahead for many companies.

4 Charts Showing the Massive Global Travel Opportunity: Courtesy of Trip.com IPO Filing

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Travel Companies Adapt to a Livestreaming Trend That May Outlast the Pandemic

The pandemic rapidly sped up a trend in livestreams. But the early success of Trip.com Group's and Alibaba Group's Fliggy webcasts marketing travel suggests that the phenomenon is here to stay.

Travel Companies Adapt to a Livestreaming Trend That May Outlast the Pandemic

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China’s Trip.com Group Has ‘Less Worse’ Second Quarter Than Booking and Expedia

In some respects, travel companies are prisoners of their geographic strengths and weaknesses in the Covid-19 era. Operational considerations aside, it sure didn't hurt Trip.com Group to be based in China.

China’s Trip.com Group Has ‘Less Worse’ Second Quarter Than Booking and Expedia