Caixin China Biz Roundup: China Hits Out at U.S. over Student Visas
Foreign ministry urges the U.S. to ‘correct mistakes’ after state media reported Chinese visa applicants were denied travel documents; Bitcoin price tumbles after authorities shut down an enterprise suspected of providing software services for crypto trading; and Didi shares nosedive as China ramps up scrutiny of foreign-traded companies
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