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China's box office exceeded 50 billion yuan (7.5 billion U.S. dollars) Monday, the first year the country has broken the 50-billion mark, according to the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT).
Data from the SAPPRFT showed that as of 6:57 p.m. Monday, a total of 1.448 billion viewers entered cinemas this year, 15 percent up from last year.
Box office of domestic movies reached 26.2 billion yuan, for 52.4 percent of the total. A total of 78 films pocketed 100 million yuan each, including 39 domestic ones.
The country has seen its box office increase for the past 15 years. In 2002, it was less than 1 billion yuan; in 2010 over 10 billion yuan; 2013 more than 20 billion yuan and in 2015 over 40 billion yuan.
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Chinese smartphone Xiaomi is planning to invest 1 billion US dollars in 100 companies in India within five years, according to an interview with Lei Jun, and CEO of Xiaomi, conducted by Livemint on Monday.
Lei Jun said that his firm has given India priority over its home market China and will build products keeping India in mind first. With a research and development center, coupled with a focus on design, the company plans to bring around 200 products to market in India, and not just smartphones.
In the past four years, Xiaomi has invested 4 billion dollars in more than 300 companies in China, and successfully created a system that focuses on the company's smartphones. Xiaomi aims to bring that business model to India.
According to Lei Jun, Xiaomi is to be committed to investing in content, FinTech, in-depth localization services, manufacturing and more, promoting the popularization of the internet in India.
So far, Xiaomi has invested in 6 internet companies in India, including Hungama, India's leading digital entertainment company, and KrazyBee, India's first Online Store.
India is the first foreign market for Xiaomi and it is the most successful one so far. Xiaomi introduced its smartphone to India in 2014, by means of cooperation with a local e-business to sell online. In May 2015, Xiaomi launched its first physical store in Bengaluru, India.