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Caixin China Biz Roundup: What ‘Superspreader’ Bus Study Says About Covid-19 Transmission

In today’s episode: New research adds evidence to coronavirus’s airborne transmission; Shenzhen to enact law to help NGOs take legal action against polluters; and regulator sounds the alarm after livestock-breeder’s share price surges 300% over nine trading days

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: India Kicks Out 118 More Chinese Apps

In today’s episode: New Delhi’s dramatic moves comes amid mounting geopolitical tensions; Hong Kong’s richest man just got a whole lot richer as Zoom bet pays off; and how it is becoming easier for foreign investors to access China’s $15.4 trillion bond market

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Who Will China’s New Tech Export Restrictions Impact?

In today’s episode: New rules could affect drone and robot exports; top lithium producer, Tianqi, reports $101 million loss amid dwindling sales and prices; and the battle of the air conditioners heats up as Midea overtakes Gree

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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Behind the Hong Kong Covid-19 Reinfection Case

Plus, China’s rare earth exports plummet to a five-year low; the deputy CEO of French telecom operator Bouygues announces it will dismantle 3,000 Huawei mobile antennas by 2028; and Xiaomi posts higher-than-expected profits by finding new markets in Europe and Latin America

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: How Beijing’s New Rules Could Complicate Tiktok’s U.S. Deal

In today’s episode: China’s latest tech export restrictions add uncertainty to the sale of the Bytedance app’s American operations; two of the country’s biggest state-owned lenders join digital currency trials; and water giant Nongfu sets its sights set on raising $1 billion in Hong Kong IPO

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Suicide Case Raises Tough Questions for WeChat

In today’s episode: Shenzhen shopkeeper commits suicide after being temporarily banned from the super app; how local governments found themselves on the hook in the banking cleanup campaign; and businesses turn their attention to the rising number of young people embracing the single life

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Sunday Long Read: China Creates New Memory Chip Champ, but Will Customers Come?

China made a major breakthrough in its quest to become more self-reliant in the semiconductor industry when ChangXin's DRAM chips reached the market.

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Saturday Long Read: How Chinese Developers Became Entangled in LA Bribery Case

Huang Wei's Shenzhen New World Group and Yuan Fuer's Shenzhen Hazens allegedly paid millions of dollars to indicted LA Councilman Jose Huizar

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Tiktok CEO Kevin Mayer Resigns

In today’s episode: Mayer quits after less than three months of heading ByteDance’s app, citing political environment; some adopt bizarre tactics to fight food waste amid nationwide ‘clean plate’ campaign; and Trump’s impending WeChat ban has plunged American businesses operating in China into confusion

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Long Read Special: Residents Pay in Government Rush to Demolish Hundreds of Villages by Year End

Authorities say large numbers of small villages hinder the development of the countryside, but others have decried what they see as low compensation, coercive official tactics and the destruction of rural communities

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: India Kicks Out 118 More Chinese Apps

    In today’s episode: New Delhi’s dramatic moves comes amid mounting geopolitical tensions; Hong Kong’s richest man just got a whole lot richer as Zoom bet pays off; and how it is becoming easier for foreign investors to access China’s $15.4 trillion bond market

    Sep 03, 2020 17:49 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: Who Will China’s New Tech Export Restrictions Impact?

    In today’s episode: New rules could affect drone and robot exports; top lithium producer, Tianqi, reports $101 million loss amid dwindling sales and prices; and the battle of the air conditioners heats up as Midea overtakes Gree

    Sep 02, 2020 18:34 PM

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  • The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Behind the Hong Kong Covid-19 Reinfection Case

    Plus, China’s rare earth exports plummet to a five-year low; the deputy CEO of French telecom operator Bouygues announces it will dismantle 3,000 Huawei mobile antennas by 2028; and Xiaomi posts higher-than-expected profits by finding new markets in Europe and Latin America

    Sep 02, 2020 17:01 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: How Beijing’s New Rules Could Complicate Tiktok’s U.S. Deal

    In today’s episode: China’s latest tech export restrictions add uncertainty to the sale of the Bytedance app’s American operations; two of the country’s biggest state-owned lenders join digital currency trials; and water giant Nongfu sets its sights set on raising $1 billion in Hong Kong IPO

    Sep 01, 2020 18:37 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: Suicide Case Raises Tough Questions for WeChat

    In today’s episode: Shenzhen shopkeeper commits suicide after being temporarily banned from the super app; how local governments found themselves on the hook in the banking cleanup campaign; and businesses turn their attention to the rising number of young people embracing the single life

    Aug 31, 2020 19:30 PM

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  • Sunday Long Read: China Creates New Memory Chip Champ, but Will Customers Come?

    China made a major breakthrough in its quest to become more self-reliant in the semiconductor industry when ChangXin's DRAM chips reached the market.

    Aug 30, 2020 17:00 PM

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  • Saturday Long Read: How Chinese Developers Became Entangled in LA Bribery Case

    Huang Wei's Shenzhen New World Group and Yuan Fuer's Shenzhen Hazens allegedly paid millions of dollars to indicted LA Councilman Jose Huizar

    Aug 29, 2020 17:35 PM

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  • Caixin China Biz Roundup: Tiktok CEO Kevin Mayer Resigns

    In today’s episode: Mayer quits after less than three months of heading ByteDance’s app, citing political environment; some adopt bizarre tactics to fight food waste amid nationwide ‘clean plate’ campaign; and Trump’s impending WeChat ban has plunged American businesses operating in China into confusion

    Aug 28, 2020 16:36 PM

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  • Long Read Special: Residents Pay in Government Rush to Demolish Hundreds of Villages by Year End

    Authorities say large numbers of small villages hinder the development of the countryside, but others have decried what they see as low compensation, coercive official tactics and the destruction of rural communities

    Aug 28, 2020 14:05 PM

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