Plus, Beijing's former vice governor pleads guilty to taking $19 million in bribes, and Didi tries for a safer Hitch carpooling service
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Today's episode discusses:Former U.S. treasury secretary encourages world's largest two economies to allow the other to achieve their goals in their own way; Former head of People’s Bank of China demands greater collaboration among world's central banks; Double 11 Shopping Festival brings in record sales for Alibaba; How a high school in poorer Henan province grew into a major academic star.
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Nov 07, 2019 19:01 PM00:0000:00/00:00
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Nov 06, 2019 19:13 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today’s episode discusses: Caixin PMI signals China’s service sector at slowest rate in eight months; Europe’s door remains open to Huawei despite US efforts; Purchasing property in China becomes much easier.
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Plus, Switzerland gives Huawei the green light, and Hong Kong slips into recession
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Nov 04, 2019 18:32 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Caixin China Biz Roundup: As Recession Hits, Hong Kong Banks Cut Prime Lending Rates for First Time in 11 Years
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Nov 01, 2019 19:23 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today's episode discusses: How the APEC summit cancellation may affect interim U.S.-China trade deal; Chinese electric-vehicle makers struggle following subsidy cuts; Rising sea levels threaten three times more people in China than previously thought.
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