The water pump has a variety of applications in the household as well as an industrial segment. The worldwide water pump market is driven by the fast development of urbanization and industrialization in emerging nations. The essential use for the water pump is to supply water in different industries incorporates chemical, municipal water & wastewater, energy, oil & gas along with different industries. Expanded investment in wastewater reusing will help the demand in the water pump market. Urbanization, production activities, and populace are the aspects for the expansion of wastewater industries as well as will have a noteworthy effect on water pump market.Industries, for example, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage and power are vigorously water-dependent and will significantly affect the worldwide requirement for water. The manufacturing growth in these production ventures makes water adherence and conservation to stringent environmental guidelines vital. Additionally, governments of emerging nations are investing vigorously in wastewater treatment in the wastewater industry that is fuelling the pumps market expansion.Report For Sample with Table of Contents@ https://www.researchreportinsights.com/report/upsample/120124709/Water-Pump-Market The Asia Pacific is considered the biggest market for water pumps taken after by North America and Europe. The Asia Pacific has the highest expansion rate in the water pumps market, chiefly because of a surge in infrastructural developments in emerging nations, for example, China and India. The centrifugal water pumps product categories are believed to hold greater part of the market share of the overall market and are anticipated to advance with enduring pace inferable from rising demand from industries, for example, gas and oil and municipalities. The industrial water pumps end-user application had the biggest market share of the overall industry during 2013 in the water pumps market. This end user application is additionally developing at a high rate because of rising industrialization in developing Asia Pacific nations where oil and gas industry are the significant end users of water pumps.The expanding number of water waste treatment plants and water recycling, particularly in China and India, is driving the Asia Pacific water pumps market. New advancements, for example, an intelligent pump system, in the water pump industry have been stretching out their cost advantages to the clients. Aside from water circulation, water pumps discover their utilization in various household applications incorporating into water coolers, gardening, and in-house water fountain.Request For Report Discount@ https://www.researchreportinsights.com/report/updiscount/120124709/Water-Pump-Market On the other hand, certain aspects are controlling the water pumps market which incorporates the rising threat from unorganized players in the Asia Pacific, particularly in the rural area. The poor farmers in the emerging nations are price sensitive delicate as well as want to purchase low-estimated water pumps rather than reputed brands.The worldwide water pumps market is coming along in the direction of consolidation with some mergers and acquisitions taking place worldwide. The Dover acquired Finder Pompe SpA, DXP Enterprises acquiring Alaska Pump & Supply Inc. along with Xylem acquiring PIMS Group are a few of the prominent acquisitions which took place during the year 2013. In 2014, Saudi Pump Factory, the biggest pump producer in the Gulf region traded its 75% stakes to Sulzer Ltd. These inorganic growths of companies are bringing down the business competition in the water pump market.The prominent market players are using mergers and acquisitions to boost their geographical footing and to increase their productivity. The major market players functioning in water pump market comprises Weatherford International Inc, General Electric Company, Weir Group PLC, Kirloskar Brothers Limited, Torishima Pump Mfg. Co. Ltd., Watson-Marlow, Inc., Saudi Pump Factory, Henan Province Xixia Automobile Water Pump Co. Ltd. along with Shanghai Kai Quan Pump (Group) Co. Ltd.Research Report Insights42 joseph street,Portcarling P0B 1J0,Muskoka, Ontario, CanadaT: +1-631-721-4201Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb Site: http://www.researchreportinsights.comPhone - (+91) 7875758555Report Analysis@ https://www.researchreportinsights.com/report/upcomming/120124709/Water-Pump-Market
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The Securities and Exchange Commission heaped scorn on Elon Musk and his legal arguments in a Monday legal filing.The agency is asking New York federal Judge Alison Nathan to hold Musk in contempt for tweeting a projection of 2019 vehicle output without first getting the tweet approved by Tesla's lawyers.Musk has been battling the SEC since last August, when he tweeted that he had "funding secured" to take Tesla private.That turned out to be untrue, and it's illegal to publish inaccurate information that has the potential to move markets.Under the terms of a September deal, Musk paid a $20 million fine and gave up his role as the chairman of Tesla's board (Tesla paid an additional $20 million).Elon Musk isn’t on his Twitter leash yet, so he’s taunting the SEC
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Many smaller players have shuttered their doors as a result of industry consolidation.On Monday, Guo Yuhang, co-founder of Shanghai-based P2P lending platform Dianrong, blamed the company’s slowing growth in the past two years was to the changing regulatory environment and the absence of clarity in policies, Reuters reported.It was because we were told not to grow,” he wrote in a memo to employees, and he urged regulators to give the industry “a clear, and definite timetable, and give guidance and a ray of hope for companies that stick to compliance.”Earlier this month, the online lender said it was closing 60 of its 90 brick-and-mortar outlets and laying off as many as 2,000 employees.The company spokesperson told TechNode at the time that the job cuts and branch closures were part of the company’s response to the changing government policies and industry environment.A week later, Guo confirmed to Chinese news outlets in an interview (in Chinese) that the company’s management-level staff had not been paid for two months.
Beijing-based Bytedance has acquired 100 percent of Shanghai-based mobile game developer Mokun Technology as the world’s most valuable unicorn makes a further foray into gaming.Mokun, founded in 2013, recently became wholly owned by Beijing Zhaoxi Guangnian Technology, a subsidiary of Bytedance, according to public business registration information.Mokun’s executive chairman is currently Zhang Lidong, senior vice president and legal representative at Bytedance.The gaming company was previously owned by 37 Interactive Entertainment, a Shenzhen-listed game developer.Last month, Bytedance posted a job opening for a games content operator, based in Beijing, on its official career page.Mokun has developed a three-dimensional mobile game with a classical theme of the Three Kingdoms, a period in China’s history when it was divided between the states of Wei, Shu, and Wu.
A turbulent 2018 for China’s gaming market hasn’t held back newcomers.Bytedance, the world’s most valuable startup behind a collection of rising new media apps including TikTok and Jinri Toutiao, is making a further push into video games after it took control of a mobile game developer through a roundabout deal.According to a business registration filing, Shanghai Mokun has become wholly owned by Beijing Zhaoxi Guangnian, a second-tier subsidiary of Bytedance.Mokun is a mobile game developer previously owned by 37 Interactive Entertainment, a publicly listed games publisher that earmarked $791 million in revenue last year, which makes the Shanghai-based company about one-sixth the size of Activision Blizzard.Zhang Lidong, a veteran journalist-turned senior vice president at Bytedance, has taken the helm as Mokun’s legal representative.The price of the deal is undisclosed.
Chinese phone manufactuer Transsion, a rival to Xiaomi in Africa, is planning to list on the Shanghai new tech board, said China’e biggest state-owned brokerage on Friday.Citic Securities filed a report Friday confirming that Transsion had completed a mandatory three-month counseling session for its initial public offering (IPO) on Shanghai’s new Science and Technology Innovation board.The brokerage, which is underwriting the IPO, stated in the report that the Chinese phone maker meets listing requirements.Transsion was not available for comment.Founded in Hong Kong in 2006, Transsion was one of the first phone manufacturers in Africa and is a leader in its feature phone market.Transsion’s three brands—Tecno, Infinix, and Itel—comprised 58.7% of market share by units sold in 2018, according to the latest figures from research firm International Data Corporation (IDC).
From the tiny island of Vanuatu to Europe to the U.S., the climate strike movement is officially a global phenomenon.Their reasons for walking out are diverse, but the underlying theme is this: They are the first generation to grow up fully aware that they’ll suffer from climate change.“These strikes are happening today—from Washington DC to Moscow, Tromsø to Invercargill, Beirut to Jerusalem, and Shanghai to Mumbai—because politicians have failed us.”Youth climate strikes have been spreading across Europe and Australia for months as students have coalesced behind Swedish teen Greta Thunberg who began striking in front or parliament in August.But Friday marked a huge escalation with massive walkouts planned on every continent, including a solidarity strike in Antarctica.The sun rose first on Pacific where students in Australia, New Zealand, and small island nations walked out of school.
Browse Chinese e-commerce site Taobao long enough, and you’ll come across any number of strange things—including the recent trend of hiring “praise givers.”For a wide range of prices, users on messaging platform WeChat can hire a group of “professional praisers” to throw complimentary messages at a person of their choice for a prearranged amount of time.One Taobao seller’s page features a screenshot of an apparently satisfied customer’s post, including the line “spent [RMB] 40 for one hour of happiness.” A sample of service contains compliments from “That’s awesome” to “Remember to contribute to a sperm bank, I hope my child is as excellent as you” (our translation).Another shop advertises a premium product: praise givers who are humanities students from top schools, such as Peking University, Tsinghua University, Fudan and Shanghai Jiaotong.It charges RMB 80 for five minutes of nonstop compliments.Based on Baidu’s search index, the rise in popularity of “praise groups” has been sudden.
ORBIS RESEARCH recently New Research Report on Global Alternators Market Growth 2019-2024, This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares, and growth opportunities of Alternators market by product type, application, key manufacturers (GE, Emerson, Hitachi, Shanghai Electric, SIEMENS, Caterpillar, Valeo, Bosch, Toshiba, Mitsubishi, Denso, Cummins, ABB, NTC, Andritz, Marathon Electric, HEC, WEG, MEIDEN, Fuji Electric, Mecc Alte, Marelli Motori, Brush, Others) and key regions and countries.The rotor consists of a coil of wire wrapped around an iron core.Surrounding the rotor is another set of coils, three in number, called the stator, which is fixed to the shell of the alternator, and does not turn.Sample Report + All Related Graphs & Charts @: https://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/2812889Emergency power alternators are widely used in the hospital, airport and factories.The power of emergency power alternator varies from several kilo watts to several megawatts with applications.These alternators are supplied by many companies, among them Caterpillar and Cummins are the most known.No matter for automotive or power generation, the alternator industry in China is developing faster than USA and Europe, where the industry and technology is relative mature.As expected, China alternator industry will occupy larger market share in the next several years, though the economic slowdown.According to this study, over the next five years the Alternators market will register a 0.8% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach US$ 27000 million by 2024, from US$ 25800 million in 2019.
Karma Automotive might have been quiet for some time, but at the upcoming Shanghai Motor Show, the California-based automaker will have plenty to talk about.Karma on Thursday revealed a teaser photo showing the 2020 Revero, the second generation of the car that was derived from the Fisker Karma.The car debuts at Auto Shanghai in early April.The 2020 Karma Revero will apparently be "faster, smarter" than the outgoing Revero, and the company also promises it will be "even more stunning in design."It's not clear from the shadowy teaser photo exactly how the car's design will change, but we're eager to see the apparently "all-new" model.Interested parties will be able to get behind the wheel soon, too, as Karma says the 2020 Revero will be offered to buy or lease in the second half of this year.
Coupang, the unicorn that is defining e-commerce in Korea, announced today that it has hired Jay Jorgensen, Walmart’s former global chief ethics and compliance officer, to serve as its general counsel and chief compliance officer.Founded in 2010, with a total of $3.4 billion raised from investors including SoftBank and a valuation of $9 billion, Coupang currently operates only in Korea, where it is the largest e-commerce player, but has offices in Seoul, Beijing, Los Angeles, Mountain View, Seattle and Shanghai.Known for building a tech infrastructure that gives it almost complete control over delivery fulfillment, including last-mile logistics, Coupang more than doubled its revenue over the past two years to about $5 billion in 2018.The company says more than 120 million products are available on its platform and half of Koreans have downloaded its mobile app, with millions of customers ordering from Coupang more than 70 times each year.Prior to Walmart, Jorgensen was a partner in law firm Sidley Austin LLP.Earlier, he served as a judicial law clerk for the late Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist and a law clerk for Samuel Alito Jr. while he sat on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
The three-year-old startup earmarked some big wins from the 2018 fiscal year, but losses were even greater, dragging its shares down 17 percent on Wednesday after the firm released its latest earnings results.The Shanghai-based company is famous for offering cheap group deals and it’s able to keep prices down by sourcing directly from manufacturers and farmers, cutting out middleman costs.In 2018, the company saw its gross merchandise value, referring to total sales regardless of whether the items were actually sold, delivered or returned, jump 234 percent to 471.6 billion yuan ($68.6 billion).Fourth-quarter annual active buyers increased 71 percent to 418.5 million, during which monthly active users nearly doubled to 272.6 million.In the twelve months ended December 31, JD fell behind Pinduoduo with a smaller AAU base of 305 million.Alibaba still held a lead over its peers with 636 million AAUs, though its year-over-year growth was a milder 23 percent.
Elon Musk's lawyers have fired back at the Securities and Exchange Commission, arguing that the Tesla CEO did not violate the terms of his September settlement with the agency—and that the agency's attempt to gag Musk violates the First Amendment.The SEC has asked a federal judge to hold Musk in contempt for tweeting out a projection of Tesla's 2019 car production without first clearing the tweet with Tesla's lawyers.The core disagreement in the case is over whether Musk's February 19 tweet stating "Tesla made 0 cars in 2011, but will make around 500k in 2019" was material—legal jargon for information that's significant enough to affect Tesla's stock price.Failure to do so would be a violation of Musk's deal with the SEC, which settled a previous lawsuit over another tweet containing allegedly inaccurate information.Musk's lawyers pointed to a January regulatory filing in which Tesla stated that "we are targeting annualized Model 3 output in excess of 500,000 units sometime between Q4 of 2019 and Q2 of 2020."In an earnings call later that month, Musk stated that opening a new factory in Shanghai would "allow us to get to the 10,000-vehicles-a-week rate, or very close to it, by the end of the year."
Silicon Valley is up there with Wall Street as a driver of US economic dominance, but this leadership position is increasingly coming under threat, including from those pesky Europeans.As it stands, California still maintains that position as Utopia for technology enthusiasts and innovators.There are numerous reasons for this, ranging from culture to cash and climate, but this lofty position is no-longer looking as attractive as alternative cities woo the next generation of economic disruptors.After conducting a survey, the consultancy claims 58% of respondents believe the global centre of innovation will have moved out of Silicon Valley over the next four years.Other US cities are of course lodging a challenge, New York, Austin and Boston for example, though Europe and Asia are also having a poke.Looking at the top ten alternatives which could lead a challenge, New York ranks first, while Beijing, Tokyo, London and Shanghai feature in the top five.
A number of bus drivers in Shanghai can now count on alerts from an artificial intelligence (AI)-based smart assistant during long driving shifts.Chinese AI unicorn SenseTime announced on Monday that it is partnering with bus operator E-DRIVE on driver monitoring solutions, along with passenger payment system using facial scans.To date, 38 shuttle bus lines in the Jiading and Putuo districts of Shanghai have been upgraded, with plans to roll SenseTime’s in-vehicle face recognition technology out to all E-DRIVE vehicles along more than 100 bus routes, according to a company announcement.The upgrades are low cost, a company spokesman told TechNode, as only an additional infrared camera is required.Driver fatigue or distraction will be detected in the real time, after which a voice alert will prompt drivers to pay attention.The China-based AI firm says it collects 200 hours of driving data totaling 10 gigabytes per day.
For our ongoing series Fundamentals, we’re looking at different companies worldwide and the basic principles they were built on.This time: architectural firm UNStudio.Imagine you’re running an architect firm with offices on three different continents, employing people from 27 nationalities, and designing for clients in over 30 countries.UNStudio came up with a ‘cookbook’ for its architects to follow.UNStudio (formerly Van Berkel en Bos Architectenbureau) is a Dutch architectural practice with offices in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and, soon, New York.The practice was founded in 1988 by Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos.According to Ben van Berkel, founder, and principal architect at UNStudio, the company initially decided to work with ‘design tools’ to ensure its architects wouldn’t use unconventional designs in their buildings.
Meituan-Dianping saw its losses more than double in the final quarter of 2018, with “new initiatives” – including its ride-hailing business and Mobike subsidiary – accounting for much of the deficit.The Beijing-based company also indicated that it will fully integrate Mobike into its own platform, after recent reports that the bike-sharing service would cease operations in some ex-China markets.The Chinese “super-app” hauled in US$2.95 billion in revenue and US$667 million in gross profit in Q4, representing a year-on-year increase of 89 percent and 33.7 percent, respectively, according to Q4 results released yesterday.Its FY 2018 revenue clocked in at US$9.71 billion, while gross profit for the year stood at US$2.25 billion, marking annual growth of 92.3 percent and 23.6 percent in each.Meituan’s core food delivery and “in-store, hotel, and travel” businesses both managed to turn a profit.Since 2017, Meituan has launched pilot ride-hailing services in Nanjing and Shanghai, looking to enter a market almost utterly dominated by Didi Chuxing.
Chinese startup Bytedance is finding itself surrounded by challengers as its empire of new media products, including global video app TikTok and Chinese news aggregator Jinri Toutiao, gather steam.One company that’s made its mark is Qutoutiao, which is pronounced “chew-tow-ti-ow” and means “fun headlines” in Chinese.Like ByteDance, the Shanghai-based company began as a news aggregator banking on personalized content often characterized by gossipy news and viral videos.By the time Qutoutiao debuted in 2016, Jinri Toutiao had more than 40 million daily users and was fast growing by feeding people what they wanted.Screenshots of the Qutoutiao app, which is characterized by clickbait content akin to those on Jinri ToutiaoThe startup was able to play the expensive game on account of sizable fundings.