gennaio 14, 2016 di QUADRI E DIRIGENTI DEL TURISMO by Alberto Correra
The Lunar New Year is still a month away, but China’s online travel industry started the 2016 calendar year with fireworks. In the space of just one week: Qunar’s CEO announced his exit; Alibaba Group abandoned its corporate travel services partnership with Ctrip; and Qunar faced an airline revolt, with more than a dozen carriers closing their flagship stores on its platform. To close out the week, Ctrip announced it would invest US$180 million to become the biggest shareholder in Indian online travel agency (OTA) MakeMyTrip, with a 27% stake.
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