Chinese mobile payments provider Alipay has partnered with online food and travel marketplace HarkHark in a deal offering restaurants around Australia a mobile "scan to order" platform and free menu translation service, to enable them to more effectively reach Chinese visitors.
Chinese brands Huawei and Xiaomi are driving the growth of the global smartphone market at the expense of declining Samsung marketshare and flat sales for Apple which is facing a saturated premium smartphone market for its products.
Stating the move "significantly expands driver earning potential" for Australian DiDi driver-partners as it delivers access to thousands of Chinese DiDi users in Australia, Chinese DiDi roaming has arrived.
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