China Biz Roundup Podcast: Reserve Cut; Employers’ Pension Contribution; Stanford Admissions Scam
Central bank to cut the RRR for smaller locally focused lenders; local governments cut pension contribution rate; Chinese family pays $6.5 million in Stanford admissions scam; and more
- Central bank to cut reserve requirement ratio for smaller locally focused lenders.
- Local governments cut pension contribution rate to lower corporate burden.
- Chinese family at heart of $6.5 million Stanford scam claims innocence.
- MUCH more.
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