China Biz Roundup Podcast: For China’s Studios, Movies Have Lost Their Magic
For China’s studios, movies have lost their magic; China expands soybean production as imports decline; Chinese homebuyers lead sharp drop in foreign demand in U.S.; and more
- For China’s studios, movies have lost their magic.
- China expands soybean production as imports decline.
- Chinese homebuyers lead sharp drop in foreign demand in U.S.
- MUCH more.
“China Biz Roundup” brings you the day’s top China stories compiled for you from our Beijing newsroom and nationwide.
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