China Biz Roundup Podcast: Retail Sales Slow; Tariffs on U.S. LNG; Jack Ma’s ‘669’ Advice
Growth in China’s retail sales slides to near 16-year low; increased Chinese tariffs on U.S. LNG; Jack Ma faces backlash for telling employees how often to have sex; and more
- Growth in China’s retail sales slides to near 16-year low.
- Increased Chinese tariffs on American LNG could dampen investment, report says.
- Jack Ma faces backlash for telling employees how often to have sex.
- MUCH more.
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