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Caixin China Biz Roundup: The Mystery Behind Kingold’s Fake Gold Scandal

In today’s episode: 83 tons of gold bars used as loan collateral turn out to be gilded copper; can Tencent-backed livestreaming service Trovo overtake Amazon’s Twitch?; and why the state’s plan to issue brokerage licenses to commercial banks could fundamentally change the sector

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Sunday Long Read: How a Chinese Miner Lost the Rights to a Pacific Island Gold Mine

A dispute over mining rights in Papua New Guinea has seen one of China’s biggest mining companies accelerate a spending spree that has left it saddled with debt, and facing a potential downgrade by the three major ratings firms

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Saturday Long Read: Why Hong Kong Is Poised to Benefit From a Rush of China Listings

Hong Kong has become increasingly attractive to mainland-based companies as American investors grow wary of Chinese companies after a series of fraud scandals poisoned the U.S. regulatory environment

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Beijing Baffled by Covid-19 Patient’s Repeated False Negative Results

In today’s episode: Why depending on a single type of coronavirus test could lead to missed diagnoses; securities regulator turns to satellite data to uncover Zoneco’s fishy figures; and Gome's shares jump following founder’s prison release

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: China’s Crackdown on Livestreaming Platforms

In today’s episode: Internet watchdog punishes 10 of the nation’s top livestreaming apps; think tank calls for drastic reform to pension system and family planning to counter aging population challenges; and leaked video of a car safety test sparks concern

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: PepsiCo Factory Becomes Beijing’s Latest Coronavirus Hotspot

In today’s episode: The multinational could be facing a potential PR disaster after a string of Covid-19 infections at its plant; steel titan Baowu gears up to develop the world’s biggest untapped iron ore reserve; and Anhui province’s rural credit system gets shaken by an anti-graft storm

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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Washington to Permit Companies to Work with Huawei on 5G Standards

Plus, Yum China files confidentially for Hong Kong listing; local governments to provide incentives for up-and-coming live streamers to boost e-commerce; and the latest on air travel between the U.S. and China

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: The $575 Million Fake SOE Scandal

In today’s episode: Ten arrested on allegations of illegally raising billions of yuan by posing as state owned enterprises; how Hong Kong universities are hoping to attract top students whose overseas study plans were wrecked by the virus; and why a mountain of public funds earmarked for investment in infrastructure and public welfare projects were left idle last year

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Sunday Long Read: How New Mutual Aid Platforms Fill a Hole in China’s Health-Care Coverage

China’s nascent market for online health-care mutual aid platforms has attracted more than 150 million participants. However, the industry may also expose participants to operational, financial and legal risks

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Saturday Long Read: China Debates Revamp to Disease Control System

Policymakers and medical experts agree that the CDC is in serious need of reform, especially if the country wants to win its fight against Covid-19 and contain future epidemics. However the matter of how to reform the agency is proving to be a very complicated matter

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  • Sunday Long Read: How a Chinese Miner Lost the Rights to a Pacific Island Gold Mine

    A dispute over mining rights in Papua New Guinea has seen one of China’s biggest mining companies accelerate a spending spree that has left it saddled with debt, and facing a potential downgrade by the three major ratings firms

    Jun 28, 2020 17:00 PM

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  • Saturday Long Read: Why Hong Kong Is Poised to Benefit From a Rush of China Listings

    Hong Kong has become increasingly attractive to mainland-based companies as American investors grow wary of Chinese companies after a series of fraud scandals poisoned the U.S. regulatory environment

    Jun 27, 2020 17:00 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: Beijing Baffled by Covid-19 Patient’s Repeated False Negative Results

    In today’s episode: Why depending on a single type of coronavirus test could lead to missed diagnoses; securities regulator turns to satellite data to uncover Zoneco’s fishy figures; and Gome's shares jump following founder’s prison release

    Jun 26, 2020 18:08 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: China’s Crackdown on Livestreaming Platforms

    In today’s episode: Internet watchdog punishes 10 of the nation’s top livestreaming apps; think tank calls for drastic reform to pension system and family planning to counter aging population challenges; and leaked video of a car safety test sparks concern

    Jun 24, 2020 19:14 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: PepsiCo Factory Becomes Beijing’s Latest Coronavirus Hotspot

    In today’s episode: The multinational could be facing a potential PR disaster after a string of Covid-19 infections at its plant; steel titan Baowu gears up to develop the world’s biggest untapped iron ore reserve; and Anhui province’s rural credit system gets shaken by an anti-graft storm

    Jun 23, 2020 19:20 PM

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  • The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Washington to Permit Companies to Work with Huawei on 5G Standards

    Plus, Yum China files confidentially for Hong Kong listing; local governments to provide incentives for up-and-coming live streamers to boost e-commerce; and the latest on air travel between the U.S. and China

    Jun 23, 2020 11:17 AM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: The $575 Million Fake SOE Scandal

    In today’s episode: Ten arrested on allegations of illegally raising billions of yuan by posing as state owned enterprises; how Hong Kong universities are hoping to attract top students whose overseas study plans were wrecked by the virus; and why a mountain of public funds earmarked for investment in infrastructure and public welfare projects were left idle last year

    Jun 22, 2020 20:14 PM

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  • Sunday Long Read: How New Mutual Aid Platforms Fill a Hole in China’s Health-Care Coverage

    China’s nascent market for online health-care mutual aid platforms has attracted more than 150 million participants. However, the industry may also expose participants to operational, financial and legal risks

    Jun 21, 2020 17:00 PM

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  • Saturday Long Read: China Debates Revamp to Disease Control System

    Policymakers and medical experts agree that the CDC is in serious need of reform, especially if the country wants to win its fight against Covid-19 and contain future epidemics. However the matter of how to reform the agency is proving to be a very complicated matter

    Jun 20, 2020 17:00 PM

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