China Biz Roundup Podcast: ‘Hukou’ Reforms, Nio Getting Sued, and Forbidden City Curator Retires
Residency restrictions to be scrapped in many cities; Nio faces class action lawsuits in U.S.; Forbidden City’s internet-famous curator retires; and more
- Residency restrictions to be scrapped in many of China’s cities.
- Electric-car maker Nio faces class action lawsuits in U.S.
- Forbidden City’s internet-famous curator retires.
- MUCH more.
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