China Biz Roundup Podcast: U.S. Auto Tariffs and the Controversial Social Credit System
China holds off on reapplying U.S. auto tariffs; Caixin’s manufacturing PMI for March; local social credit systems stir controversy; and more
- China holds off on reapplying U.S. auto tariffs.
- Manufacturing improves for first time in four months.
- Chinese cities’ social credit systems stir controversy.
- MUCH more.
“China Biz Roundup” brings you the day’s top China stories compiled for you from our Beijing newsroom and nationwide.
Catch us on your commute, or wherever you are, while we provide you with exactly what you need to know about China, on this day.
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