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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Why Asian Economies May Suffer More From New Outbreak Than SARS

Neighboring countries face greater economic costs given China’s now greater role in tourism and global supply chains; and U.S. evacuates its citizens on cruise ship quarantined off the coast of Japan. Plus, investors are outraged by SOE bond buyback proposal

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Sunday Long Read — How Wuhan Lost Its Grip on Thousands of Suspected Coronavirus Cases

Even before Jan. 22, multiple medical workers in Wuhan suspected the city had over 10,000 infections. This episode explores to what extent the official numbers reflect reality, why Wuhan patients were not diagnosed promptly, and what happened when they slipped between the cracks

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Saturday Long Read — Tracing the Coronavirus’s Origins

As the viral pneumonia outbreak rages in China and spreads around the world, this episode addresses critical questions regarding the mysterious disease: what exactly is the new virus, where did it come from and, most importantly, how deadly is it?

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: China’s Virus Infection Cases Jump By 5,093 Overnight

Today's podcast delivers the top developments on the coronavirus: Alibaba warns of economic costs of viral outbreak; Australia extends its travel ban; and couples asked to postpone marriage plans to curb the virus’s spread. Plus U.S. prosecutors accuse Huawei of racketeering.

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: $387 Million Donated to Support Wuhan’s Coronavirus Fight Transferred to Local Government

Today's podcast discusses: how deadly the new virus is; Wuhan authorities say they will act as custodians for charity funds and Hubei’s infection cases surge with introduction of a new diagnostic method

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Critics Debunk Study Feeding Virus Conspiracy Theories

Today's podcast discusses: controversial non-peer reviewed study suggesting virus had been deliberately engineered is challenged; WHO says potential vaccine still 18 months away; and scores of Chinese expats stuck in China as nations impose travel bans.

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Coronavirus Incubation Period May Last 24 Days, New Research Says

Today's podcast discusses:new study suggests incubation period could be longer than initially believed; U.S. and U.K. businesses in China feels the pinch from the epidemic; and key smartphone-makers drop out of world's largest telecommunications conference in Spain in response to outbreak.

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Caixin-Sinica Podcast: Business Impact of the Coronavirus

Plus, Trump and Xi talk, and lenders get some relief

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: New Coronavirus Kills More Than 2003 SARS Epidemic

Today’s podcast discusses: what the outbreak means for U.S.-China relations; 3,600 passengers and crew disembark from cruise ship previously quarantined off Hong Kong, and the virus pushes up China’s inflation figures

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: In Depth Special Part Two: How the WHO's Global Health Emergency Decision Unfolded

This special edition presents the second installment of Caixin’s exclusive four-part in-depth report on the epidemic. The episode investigates what led up to the WHO’s decision to issue a global warning on the new viral pneumonia outbreak

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