China video streamer i Qiyi sees price hikes at home, gold abroad. FILE PHOTO: Sign of Chinese video-streaming platform i Qiyi Inc is pictured at the Beijing International Cultural and Creative Industry Expo, in BeijingBy Jonathan WeberSINGAPORE (Reuters) - Chinese video streaming company i Qiyi hopes to have as many as half its subscribers in overseas markets in five years despite Sino-U. S.
trade tensions and increased government censorship at home, founder and chief executive Gong Yu told Reuters in an interview. The company, China answer to Netflix, has its sights set on Southeast Asia, where it is signing marketing deals with local partners. It also working to sell white-label versions of its streaming platform around the world, Yu said in a presentation at the Asia TV Forum in….