Xiaomi's third-quarter revenue of 72.16 billion yuan exceeded market expectations; Yu Chengdong officially withdrew from the glory terminal; Musk said it is developing an electric vehicle with a battery life of 1,000 kilometers

  Xiaomi's Q3 overseas market revenue hit a record high in a single quarter, a year-on-year increase of 52.1%. big company Xiaomi's third-quarter revenue was 72.16 billion yuan, exceeding market expectations Xiaomi released its third quarter 2020 financial report.  The financial report shows that Xiaomi’s third-quarter revenue was 72.16 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 34.5%. The market was estimated to be 70.020 billion yuan, compared with 53.661 billion yuan in the same period last year; adjusted net profit was 4.128 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 18.9%. Xiaomi's Q3 overseas market revenue hit a record high in a single quarter, up 52.1% year-on-year Xiaomi’s global smartphone shipments in the third quarter of 2020 increased by 45.3% year-on-year to 46.6 million; revenue from overseas markets hit a record high in a single quarter, up 52.1% year-on-year to 39.8 billion yuan; revenue from advertising business hit a single quarter A record high, an increase

WM Motors and Uber reached an agreement of intent, EX5 may be exported to Europe; Relativity Space announced that it has received US$500 million in Series D financing, which will be used for the industrialization of Mars

  And, Southeast Asia’s largest online maternity and baby platform theAsianparent completed tens of millions of US dollars in Series C financing; e-commerce giant Flipkart’s PhonePe and the Indian power sector launched an online electricity payment service; autonomous driving startup Gatik completed a US$25 million Series A financing, and Cooperated with Canadian retail giant Loblaw. Welcome to follow the 36Kr WeChat official account (ID: wow36krchuhai) to get cutting-edge information and learn about new global trends in time.  Scan the QR code at the end of the article to follow and join the overseas community to meet global business partners. Globalization of Chinese Enterprises Weimar Motors and Uber have reached an agreement of intent, and EX5 may be exported to Europe.  According to Sina Technology News, Weimar has signed an agreement of intent with Uber, and Weimar EX5 will be exported to more than ten European countries, including the UK, as an optional vehicle for Uber drivers.

The car boss, Wuzhen "spit" the mantra

  "There will be no non-Internet cars in the future, and traditional cars will no longer exist" Source: Photo courtesy of the organizer of Internet Car Wuzhen Night Talk Text | Zhang Yi Edit | travel On the evening of November 23, there was a light rain in Wuzhen.  The annual "World Internet Conference" arrives as scheduled, and this ancient town in the south of the Yangtze River, known as the "China Internet Business Card", has welcomed many "pilgrims". In previous years, Internet bigwigs gathered together and boiled wine and talked about heroes. This time they were the bigwigs of the Chinese auto industry.  As night falls,  the 2020 Internet Auto Wuzhen Night Talk, under the  guidance of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers and China Electrotechnical Society,  sponsored by  Tongxiang Municipal People’s Government and  Huanqiu Auto  Media, kicks off, and is in major automobile groups, parts companies, and industrial chain enterprises. H