January 19, 2017
Caixin Newsletter
BUSINESS & TECH
Debt-Heavy HNA Suspends Shares in Tourism Unit
HNA-Caissa becomes group's fifth listed subsidiary to halt trading
BUSINESS & TECH
Beijing Says U.S. Piracy List Lacks Objectivity, Relies on Third Parties
Commerce ministry comments follow inclusion of Alibaba's Taobao marketplace on annual Notorious Markets list
PEOPLE
Stork That Never Came Haunts China School Builders
Experts say impact of two-child policy needs further assessment before more public funds are spent on new kindergartens
ECONOMY
European Central Banks Propel Yuan's Global Drive
Yuan's inclusion in forex reserves shows currency's internationalization is gaining momentum
FINANCE
Regulator May Fine Wuyang Construction Over Forged Accounts
Company that defaulted on two bonds faked data in sale prospectuses, securities watchdog says
BUSINESS & TECH
Table for Two: Ant Financial, OpenRice Sign Hong Kong Dining Deal
Alipay's purchase of stake in restaurant review platform offers new payment option to mainlanders visiting Hong Kong
BUSINESS & TECH
Google Shows Up in Shenzhen
Global search leader opens office in southern boomtown near Hong Kong, bringing number of China offices to four
BUSINESS & TECH
China to Intensify Clawback of Electric Vehicle Incentives
Current plan starts phasing out subsidies in 2018, beginning with four-month transition period
BUSINESS & TECH
Cancer Drug Maker Innovent Aims to Raise $150 Million
Next step is to list in New York or Hong Kong as company moves closer to releasing China's first immunotherapy for cancer
OPINION
Opinion: Understanding America's China-Phobia
Longstanding western fear of Beijing's rise can be overcome with fairness, rules
POLICY & REGULATION
Couples Not Delivering on Beijing's Push for Two Babies
Despite end of one-child policy, births fall in 2017 as China faces rapidly aging population
POLICY & REGULATION
China's Top Court Says You Are Not Liable for Spouse's Hidden Debts
Public uproar leads to new marriage law interpretation where husbands, wives must repay loans only if they signed paperwork or gave formal consent
PEOPLE
China Has No Artificial-Intelligence Bubble, Ex-Head of Google China Says
Venture capitalist Lee Kai-Fu allays investor fears as Chinese government pours millions of yuan into development
PEOPLE
How 'Being Buddhist' in China Morphed Into Ignoring Society's Pressures
Viral meme, unconnected to the religious philosophy, is popular among millennials under pressure to buy a home, get married
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