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Why International Businesses Should Embrace the Power of China’s ‘Super App’

It’s a common misconception that WeChat is just China’s answer to Twitter or Whatsapp. While it may have started off as a social messaging platform, that description no longer befits its capability. Today, WeChat offers an ecosystem of services so ingrained. It’s a common misconception that WeChat is just China’s answer to Twitter or Whatsapp. While it may have started off as a social messaging platform, that description no longer befits its capability. Today, WeChat offers an ecosystem of services so ingrained. It’s a common misconception that WeChat is just China’s answer to Twitter or Whatsapp. While it may have started off as a social messaging platform, that description no longer befits its capability. Today, WeChat offers an ecosystem of services so ingrained. It’s a common misconception that WeChat is just China’s answer to Twitter or Whatsapp. While it may have started off as a social messaging platform, that description no longer befits its capability. Today, WeChat offers an ecosystem of services so ingrained. It’s a common misconception that WeChat is just China’s answer to Twitter or Whatsapp. While it may have started off as a social messaging platform, that description no longer befits its capability. Today, WeChat offers an ecosystem of services so ingrained. It’s a common misconception that WeChat is just China’s answer to Twitter or Whatsapp. While it may have started off as a social messaging platform, that description no longer befits its capability. Today, WeChat offers an ecosystem of services so ingrained.

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Carmel Zein
Brand Marketing Manager

Sep 21, 2018