China Biz Roundup Podcast: Caixin Roundtable in Washington, a Copyright Black Hole, and a ‘Feng Shui’ Lawsuit
PBOC deputy governor explains why China must open up; Chinese photo provider stumbles into copyright black hole; blogger fined for saying SOHO complex has bad feng shui; and more
- PBOC deputy governor explains why China must open up.
- Chinese photo provider stumbles into copyright black hole.
- Blogger fined $30,000 for saying SOHO complex has bad feng shui.
- MUCH more.
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