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ultural industries－so that it can absorb surplus labor and promote the transformation of the country’s social and
tner of Qiming Venture Partners, Xu Xin, founding partner of Capital Today, and Tong Sh
ihao, managing partner of GGV Capital. They ranked fifth, sixth and seventh respectively.
The list was ranked by investors’ portfolio companies that have gone public or been acquired for at least $200 million over
the past five years, or that have raised additional funding at a valuation of $400 million or more.
“A record number of international investors, pa
rticularly from China, and women investors are gradually changing the image of the Sil
icon Valley venture capitalist,” said Alex Konrad, associate editor at Forbes, in an editor’s pick.
He noted that after years of Midas dominance, the reign of Facebook and Twitt
er is over, as those deals and their well-known investors make way for a new generation.
“The increasing presence of Chinese investors in the Midas List is a solid reflection of the scal
e and vigor of the Chinese economy,” said Zhou Xuan, director of and a professor with the priva
te investment funds institute of the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing.
top legislature recently passed the Foreign Investment Law, which says China will gradually shorten the negative list fo
r foreign investors to increase inbound foreign investment. This, together with Italy’s policy to welcome Chin
ese investment, is expected to help the two countries take more measures to boost investment cooperation.
Sino-Italian friendly exchanges have a long tradition, and the prospects for deeper bilateral cooperation are bright. This ye
ar marks the 15th anniversary of the establishment of the Sino-Italian comprehensive strategic partnership, and in 2
020 the two countries will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of their diplomatic relations.
Therefore, the two sides should synergize their development strategies and tap the potential for further bilateral cooperation. They should also strengthen bilate
al macroeconomic policy coordination under the frameworks of G20, World Bank, Asian Development Ban
k, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and other multilateral mechanisms, and help maintain the rule-based multi
lateral trading system and jointly promote global governance reform apart from deepening Sino-Italian and Sino-EU relations.
online news service focusing on China’s mobile payment industry, said to Securities Daily he
expects the run-up of cashless payments will maintain for three to five years until it takes up as much sha
re of consumption as possible, as consumers incrementally wade farther into cashless payments.
Data from PBOC revealed banking financial institutions in 2018 conducted 220.31 billion deals in non-cash paym
ents involving 3,768.67 trillion yuan, a rise of 36.94 percent and 0.23 percent year-on-year respectively.
In the same period non-banking payment institutions, mainly referring to third-party online payment service providers, had 530.61 b
illion deals, surging 85.05 percent, and the transaction volume was 208.07 trillion yuan, up 45.23 percent fro
m the previous year. Mobile payment platforms Alipay and WeChat Pay occupy over 90 percent of market share.
By the end of 2018, a total of 424 commercial banks and 115 payment institutio
ns were connected to a unified clearing platform set up by the Payment and Clearing Association of China, PBOC said.