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Sunday Long Read - In Depth: Private Equity Firm Accused of Misconduct in Ant Group Stake Sale Involving Trust Investors

Private equity firm accused or bilking investors out of Ant Group stake in sale to founder's siblings

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Saturday Long Read - In Depth: Driven by Algorithms, Food Giants' Delivery Riders Win Small Reprieve

Media exposure forces Meituan, Ele.me to ease tight deadlines after revelations of drivers being maimed or killed while racing against the clock to deliver orders

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Food Delivery Giants Face Fresh Controversy

In today’s episode: viral article highlights the plight of delivery drivers working for the likes of Meituan-Dianping and Ele.me; Impossible Foods’ long wait to tuck into the Chinese market; and more state-owned enterprises are turning to cloud computing as the U.S. gets tough on Chinese tech players

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: A Tale of Murder, Corruption and a Mother’s Quest for Justice

In today’s episode: how a convicted murderer not only dodged his prison sentence but went on to serve as a corrupt village official; bankrupt company linked to Peking University refuses to honor the debts of its subsidiaries; and U.S. businesses grow more conservative about investing in China

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Why Chinese Farmers are Hoarding Wheat

In today’s episode: what the latest grain game says about food security; regulator mulls tightening restrictions on the online health-care mutual aid industry; and Beijing to test out policies aimed at opening up the services sector

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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Competition Between Oppo and Huawei Heats Up

Plus, new technology export controls from Beijing now threaten the sale of TikTok; financial analysts predict that the Chinese yuan could remain strong against the U.S. dollar into 2021, and China’s banking regulator approves the first foreign-owned money broker to operate in the country

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Hundreds of Thousands in China Already Injected with Experimental Covid-19 Vaccine

In today’s episode: How certain private and state-owned companies have already provided employees with trial vaccines; traditional TV cable companies report plunging profits as their audience increasingly turns to online alternatives; and SMIC shares tumble amid speculation that Washington will place the chipmaker on tech blacklist

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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Family Dispute Sparks Privacy Rights Debate

In today’s episode: A teenager calls the police on his dad, accusing him of setting up a surveillance camera in his bedroom; what’s up with the nation’s latest big buzzword, ‘Dual Circulation’?; and China boosts access to duty-free shopping

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Sunday Long Read: In Depth - Energy Sector Squabble Shows How Interests Collide in Nationwide Sector Shake-Up

In this episode, a power market squabble highlights how energy markets are shifting in the wake of a vast national reorganization of state needs, and how a 1.4 mile natural gas pipeline will soon be up and running regardless.

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Saturday Long Read: In Depth - A New Breed of Fintechs are Lining Up to Follow Ant Group's IPO

Call it Fintech 2.0. In this episode, a new generation of better regulated fintech companies are rising, and some may be coming to market this year. We consider the chances of 4 Chinese unicorns: Lufax, JD Digits, Suning Finance and VZoom.

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