China Biz Roundup Podcast: Richard Liu Sued by U.S. Student; Mercedes-Benz Dealership Charges Suspicious Fees
Civil suit filed against Richard Liu and JD.com; China assesses design changes to Boeing 737 MAX; Mercedes-Benz dealership colluded with third party; and more
- Civil suit filed against Richard Liu and JD.com over alleged rape.
- China assesses design changes to Boeing 737 MAX.
- Mercedes-Benz dealership worked with third party to push suspicious loans: CCTV.
- MUCH more.
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