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1. Tencent plans on launching video production in Thailand

Tencent Thailand, formerly known as Sanook Online, plans to set up a production facility for online video content next year to capitalise on new digital consumption habits and platforms. Tencent Thailand, through its subsidiary Topspace, also provides marketing and online advertising services. Topspace helps brands reach Chinese consumers via WeChat, China’s popular messaging app.

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2. Amazon is secretly building an ‘Uber for trucking’ app, setting its sights on a massive $800 billion market

Amazon is building an app that matches truck drivers with shippers, a new service that would deepen its presence in the $800 billion trucking industry.

The app, scheduled to launch next summer, is designed to make it easier for truck drivers to find shippers that need goods moved, much in the way Uber connects drivers with riders.

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3. DHL ecommerce helps Thai rice farmers deliver rice directly to consumers

The company offered services to the Thai farmers free of charge for four months, to help them cope with recent challenging market conditions which have seen an oversupply of rice and strong export competition.

In a statement published on 12 December, DHL ecommerce said: “Experts from DHL eCommerce advise and support farmers by integrating their sales processes with e-commerce portals on BentoWeb, a local e-commerce services provider which has been pre-integrated with the DHL eCommerce Customer Web Portal.”

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