China Biz Roundup Podcast: U.S. Blacklists Huawei; Copyright Law to be Revised; Land Acquisitions Begin for Xiongan New Area
U.S. measures to blacklist Huawei ‘disgraceful’: China Foreign Ministry; copyright law set for third revision; Xiongan starts land acquisition from farmers; and more
- U.S. measures to blacklist Huawei ‘disgraceful’: China Foreign Ministry.
- Copyright law set for third revision.
- Xiongan starts land acquisition from farmers, releases compensation standards.
- MUCH more.
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