China Biz Roundup Podcast: Huawei CEO Warns Against ‘Harmful Nationalism;’ China Mulls Longest Undersea Tunnel
Blame U.S. politicians, not companies, Huawei founder says; China mulls longest undersea tunnel; airlines seek compensation from Boeing; and more
- Blame U.S. politicians, not companies, Huawei founder says, dismissing blind nationalism.
- China mulls next super project: the longest undersea tunnel.
- More Chinese airlines seek compensation from Boeing over 737 problems.
- MUCH more.
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