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China’s Netflix hopes to launch new short video app in 2020

By Bloomberg
30 March 2019   |   11:52 am
iQiyi, China's top Netflix-style streaming service, is angling to launch a new short video app by the end of 2020 to compete for a piece of the latest fad in the world's largest consumer market. CEO Yu Gong detailed his plans in an exclusive interview with Bloomberg's Lulu Chen.

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