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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Hong Kong Researchers Report First Documented Covid-19 Reinfection

In today’s episode: Hong Kong study adds evidence to growing number of anecdotal claims of Covid-19 reinfection; China’s rare earth exports sink to their lowest in five years; and U.K. Supreme Court dismisses Huawei’s patent appeals

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Long Read Special: China’s Ambitious Plans to Land Rover on Mars Next Year

In July, China launched its first solo mission to Mars with the Tianwen-1, a combined orbiter, lander and rover. This episode not only discusses how the expedition aims to search for hints of life on the red planet, but reflects on China’s rise as a major player in space exploration

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Ant Group’s Bold IPO Ambitions

In today’s episode: fintech giant’s dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong could raise more than $20 billion; Mengniu drops acquisition deal as Australian treasurer calls takeover ‘contrary to national interests’; and China’s enthusiasm for overseas assets cools amid Covid-19 pandemic and rising geopolitical tensions

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: China’s Trials and Tribulations in Tapping Giant Iron Ore Field in Africa

In today’s episode: Chinese investors struggle to make the Simandou mining project operational; banking regulator sounds the alarm about nearing the ‘tolerance limit’ for bad small business loans; and online education player Koolearn suffers major losses despite industry hype

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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Is the U.S. Considering ‘Partial Ban’on Wechat?

Apple and other companies have been given assurances by the White House that they will continue to be able to offer, and to use, the wildly popular app; a vaccine candidate for African swine fever enters a new stage of trials; and China’s wheat imports have more than doubled in the first seven months of 2020 compared with the same period last year — signaling the possibility of a food shortage due to China’s severe summer flooding

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: The Chinese Developers Caught Up in an LA Corruption Scandal

In today’s episode: the alleged multimillion-dollar bribery scheme raises questions on Chinese investment in the U.S.; the Trump administration is reportedly looking into a ‘partial ban’ on WeChat; and how it has become a lot more affordable to get your hands on one of Nio’s electric cars

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: U.S. Trade Talks to Resume 'Soon', China's Commerce Ministry Says

In today’s episode: Chinese and U.S. trade negotiators will hold talks 'soon,' says Beijing, after rumored meeting is cancelled; Domestic chip makers see shares rise again; Japanese lawmaker ponders local buyout of TikTok, and Alibaba's second-quarter sales beat Wall Street expectations

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Passenger Flights Between U.S and China to Double as International Travel Recovers After Pandemic

In today’s episode: Aviation authorities in China and the U.S agree to double weekly passenger flights to eight on either side, although that's still far fewer than pre Covid-19; Taiwan to restrict mainland video streaming services, singling out two of the biggest providers; Hong Kong stock exchange reports record IPO income so far this year, while in mainland markets, new investor accounts in July numbered 2.4 million, double the June figure.

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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: TikTok, Bribery and a Profile of a Mainland iPhone Maker

On this week’s Caixin-Sinica Business Brief podcast: - China-U.S. and China-India friction focuses in on Tiktok, Tianjin-based financial heavyweight accused of bribery, embezzlement and bigamy, and tech manufacturer Luxshare bursts into the headlines after buying iPhone factory

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Row Over Money-Losing China Railway’s Costly Dividend Bill

In today’s abridged episode: How will Financial institutions share their burden of the fallout from the pandemic? Two new China climate change indices are published: Australian wine faces sanctions;Zoom expands into Southeast Asia.

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  • Long Read Special: China’s Ambitious Plans to Land Rover on Mars Next Year

    In July, China launched its first solo mission to Mars with the Tianwen-1, a combined orbiter, lander and rover. This episode not only discusses how the expedition aims to search for hints of life on the red planet, but reflects on China’s rise as a major player in space exploration

    Aug 27, 2020 16:10 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: Ant Group’s Bold IPO Ambitions

    In today’s episode: fintech giant’s dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong could raise more than $20 billion; Mengniu drops acquisition deal as Australian treasurer calls takeover ‘contrary to national interests’; and China’s enthusiasm for overseas assets cools amid Covid-19 pandemic and rising geopolitical tensions

    Aug 26, 2020 19:24 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: China’s Trials and Tribulations in Tapping Giant Iron Ore Field in Africa

    In today’s episode: Chinese investors struggle to make the Simandou mining project operational; banking regulator sounds the alarm about nearing the ‘tolerance limit’ for bad small business loans; and online education player Koolearn suffers major losses despite industry hype

    Aug 25, 2020 19:13 PM

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  • The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Is the U.S. Considering ‘Partial Ban’on Wechat?

    Apple and other companies have been given assurances by the White House that they will continue to be able to offer, and to use, the wildly popular app; a vaccine candidate for African swine fever enters a new stage of trials; and China’s wheat imports have more than doubled in the first seven months of 2020 compared with the same period last year — signaling the possibility of a food shortage due to China’s severe summer flooding

    Aug 25, 2020 17:58 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: The Chinese Developers Caught Up in an LA Corruption Scandal

    In today’s episode: the alleged multimillion-dollar bribery scheme raises questions on Chinese investment in the U.S.; the Trump administration is reportedly looking into a ‘partial ban’ on WeChat; and how it has become a lot more affordable to get your hands on one of Nio’s electric cars

    Aug 24, 2020 19:19 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: U.S. Trade Talks to Resume 'Soon', China's Commerce Ministry Says

    In today’s episode: Chinese and U.S. trade negotiators will hold talks 'soon,' says Beijing, after rumored meeting is cancelled; Domestic chip makers see shares rise again; Japanese lawmaker ponders local buyout of TikTok, and Alibaba's second-quarter sales beat Wall Street expectations

    Aug 21, 2020 19:06 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: Passenger Flights Between U.S and China to Double as International Travel Recovers After Pandemic

    In today’s episode: Aviation authorities in China and the U.S agree to double weekly passenger flights to eight on either side, although that's still far fewer than pre Covid-19; Taiwan to restrict mainland video streaming services, singling out two of the biggest providers; Hong Kong stock exchange reports record IPO income so far this year, while in mainland markets, new investor accounts in July numbered 2.4 million, double the June figure.

    Aug 20, 2020 19:09 PM

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  • The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: TikTok, Bribery and a Profile of a Mainland iPhone Maker

    On this week’s Caixin-Sinica Business Brief podcast: - China-U.S. and China-India friction focuses in on Tiktok, Tianjin-based financial heavyweight accused of bribery, embezzlement and bigamy, and tech manufacturer Luxshare bursts into the headlines after buying iPhone factory

    Aug 20, 2020 15:29 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: Row Over Money-Losing China Railway’s Costly Dividend Bill

    In today’s abridged episode: How will Financial institutions share their burden of the fallout from the pandemic? Two new China climate change indices are published: Australian wine faces sanctions;Zoom expands into Southeast Asia.

    Aug 19, 2020 19:46 PM

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