Plus, Beijing's former vice governor pleads guilty to taking $19 million in bribes, and Didi tries for a safer Hitch carpooling service
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Today's episode discusses: air quality outside of 'priority areas' deteriorates this winter; behind rising crude oil production; and China's strategy for reducing single-use plastics.
Jan 20, 2020 19:29 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today’s episode discusses: Wuhan’s mysterious pneumonia outbreak; foreign powerhouses rush to expand into China, and pharmaceutical firms wince as China makes dramatic price cuts.
Jan 17, 2020 19:19 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today's episode discusses: White House hails partial deal as breakthrough, while critics say major hurdles remain to fully resolving trade dispute; WeChat tests paywall feature for public blogs; and the Greater Bay Area plans tax subsidies to attract top talent.
Jan 16, 2020 17:47 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today’s episode discusses: Funding gap between China’s tech giants and startups appears to widen; China’s 2020 exports of refined oil products to boom as overcapacity lingers; and Jiumaojiu snags biggest IPO of 2020 with Hong Kong debut.
Jan 15, 2020 18:15 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today’s episode discusses: The U.S. says Beijing made “enforceable commitments” not to devalue yuan; China bans excess steel capacity; and port defaulter’s bankruptcy ruling sparks debate.
Jan 14, 2020 19:37 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Caixin-Sinica Podcast: Mr. Liu Goes to Washington, Teslas Hit the Roads in China, and Grannies Jive With Douyin
Plus, foreign energy firms get wider access to the China market, and a mysterious lung disease spreads
Jan 14, 2020 18:06 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today’s episode discusses: How the repercussions of Qasem Soleimani’s killing could impact China; Taiwan reelects Tsai Ing-wen; and why Six Flags hit a five-year low.
Jan 13, 2020 19:05 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today’s episode discusses: how bogus state-owned enterprises conned investors out of hundreds of millions of dollars; Impossible Foods aims to win over China with plant-based pork; and foreign publishers are eager to cash in on China’s booming children’s book market.
Jan 10, 2020 19:21 PM00:0000:00/00:00
Today's episode discusses: why Nepal arrested over 100 Chinese nationals on suspicion of conning lonely women out of money; behind the Tiktok hacking accusations; and Citic's plan to sell 22% stake in McDonald's China.
Jan 09, 2020 19:31 PM00:0000:00/00:00