|Bid||230.20 x 100|
|Ask||231.00 x 500|
|Day's Range||229.34 - 238.82|
|52 Week Range||166.00 - 274.97|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||27.80|
|Earnings Date||Apr 25, 2018 - May 2, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||270.10|
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SHANGHAI/BEIJING, March 23 (Reuters) - China's capital city has given the green light to tech giant Baidu Inc to test self-driving cars on city streets, indicating strong support for the budding sector even as the industry reels from a fatal accident in the United States. Beijing's move is an important step as China looks to bolster its position in the global race for autonomous vehicles, where regulatory concerns have come into the spotlight since the crash earlier this month.
SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China's capital city has given the green light to tech giant Baidu Inc to test self-driving cars on city streets, indicating strong support for the budding sector even as the industry reels from a fatal accident in the United States. Beijing's move is an important step as China looks to bolster its position in the global race for autonomous vehicles, where regulatory concerns have come into the spotlight since the crash earlier this month. Beijing has given Baidu, best known as China's version of search engine Google, a permit to test its autonomous vehicles on 33 roads spanning around 105 kilometres (65 miles) in the city's less-populated suburbs, the firm said in a statement.
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BEIJING, March 22, 2018-- Baidu, Inc. today announced that the company has received Beijing’ s first batch of licenses to conduct open road tests for its autonomous driving vehicles in designated areas ...
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