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.
Feb 12, 2020 18:50 PM00:0000:00/00:00
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.
Feb 11, 2020 19:07 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Plus, Trump and Xi talk, and lenders get some relief
Feb 11, 2020 10:35 AM00:0000:00/00:00
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
Feb 10, 2020 19:45 PM00:0000:00/00:00
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
Feb 09, 2020 15:07 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Caixin China Biz Roundup: In Depth Special Part One: How Wuhan Lost the Fight to Contain the Coronavirus
This coronavirus special features a long read of the first part of Caixin’s exclusive four-part in-depth report on the epidemic. The episode discusses why the virus spread so quickly in Wuhan and, importantly, whether it could have been better contained
Feb 08, 2020 14:07 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today's podcast discusses: Li Wenliang, who had been punished by Wuhan police for warning about the epidemic, dies from virus; the outbreak creates challenges for feeding the nation and Hubei suffers a shortage of 2,250 medical staff
Feb 07, 2020 20:47 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today's podcast brings you the latest developments on the coronavirus — from struggles at the epicenter to contain the epidemic, to how the outbreak is hitting the nation's small and midsize companies. Plus, why Chile could suffer from the virus fallout.
Feb 06, 2020 19:22 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today's podcast discusses the latest coronavirus news: U.K. action marks the first time a foreign government has called on its nationals to leave China over epidemic fears; Hong Kong fatality sparks concerns about the vulnerability of young people; and how the outbreak has devastated the domestic travel industry.
Feb 05, 2020 19:18 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today's podcast discusses how infection numbers outside the epidemic epicenter are appearing to stabilize,and why the virus may rattle global commodity markets. Plus the factors that pushed the WHO to declare the outbreak a global public health emergency
Feb 04, 2020 18:41 PM00:0000:00/00:00
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