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In today’s episode: financial regulators set out how they will identify systemically important banks; domestic prices for everyday goods have experienced their first drop in five years; and social media users debate whether or not it’s appropriate to share student grades online. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-…
 
In today’s episode: new legislation could block Chinese companies from American capital markets if U.S. regulators are denied access to their financial audits; Singapore ruffles a few feathers after approving the sale of a lab-grown chicken; and coronavirus-hit Chinese companies expect to bounce back to full profit in 2022. SPECIAL OFFER: Great New…
 
In today’s episode: Guo Shuqing highlights property sector as largest ‘gray rhino’ risk to China's economy; Hong Kong launches Asia’s first multi-asset sustainable investment product platform; and Chinese investors pour money into satellite start-up. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day complimentary access pass…
 
In today’s episode: Trump administration takes aim at the chipmaker and the oil-and-gas explorer over their alleged military ties; Beijing plans to expand a pilot program for outbound investment; and and China faces challenges in efforts to cut plastic waste SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day complimentary acc…
 
In this week's episode: New Delhi kicks out 43 Chinese apps including DingTalk and AliExpress; China delists the final 832 counties in Guizhou Province from its national poverty list; and Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam pledges carbon neutrality for the territory by 2050. In addition, we speak with Caixin Global managing editor Doug Young abou…
 
In today’s podcast: the rapid rise of facial recognition technology has strengthened public calls for a unified law safeguarding personal information; regulator calls on traditional TV cable broadcasters to keep up with their tech-savvy online rivals; and major domestic banks suspend trading of precious metals as global prices yo-yo. SPECIAL OFFER:…
 
In today’s episode: debt defaults in the world’s second-largest economy could surpass 100 billion yuan for the third consecutive year; India kicks out 43 more Chinese apps amid simmering bilateral tensions; and Beijing’s latest efforts to prevent underage subscribers from throwing their money at livestreamers. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podc…
 
In today’s episode: cash-challenged coal miner struggles to repay 1 billion yuan bond; court orders Baidu to pay $10 million in a mapping dispute; and the property management arm of indebted Evergrande eyes Hong Kong IPO to ease its liquidity crisis. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day complimentary access pass…
 
On this week's show: China's national legislature approves an amended law that increases maximum penalties for copyright infringement tenfold; President Xi Jinping announces that his country will “actively consider” joining the CPTPP; and Malaysia terminates a major $10.5 billion Belt and Road Initiative project in the country. In addition, we spea…
 
In today’s episode: President Xi says the country is ‘actively considering’ joining the trade pact although negotiating entry remains challenging; Malaysia ditches $10.5 billion ‘white elephant’ infrastructure project involving Chinese investors; and Beijing pledges to promote cross-border regulatory cooperation with Washington. SPECIAL OFFER: Grea…
 
In today’s episode: Short seller bets against Chinese livestreaming giant, accusing it of inflating its revenue; women who were fitted with mandatory contraceptive devices and suffered painful health complications for decades, are yet to receive proper compensation for their ordeal; and Beijing decides the U.K. health service’s Covid-19 tests are i…
 
In today’s episode: amended law ushers in harsher penalties for intellectual property violations; McDonald’s outlines ambitious expansion plan as China thirst for coffee grows; and the government calls on local farmers not to misuse cropland amid rising food supply concerns. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day …
 
In today’s episode: The $3 billion bond listing had sparked speculation China Construction Bank could dabble in bitcoin trading; Huawei will sell Honor, its budget smartphone brand to a state-backed consortium; and government economist says China should set itself 5% growth target for the coming five years. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast…
 
In today’s episode: Beijing exceeds its ’air pollution quota;’ chipmaking giant Qualcomm gets green light to supply Huawei with older chips; and Baoshang Bank won’t pay up on $1 billion bond SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day complimentary access pass to caixinglobal.com and Caixin app. This is a limited-time …
 
In today’s episode: 15 Asia-Pacific nations sign a major regional free-trade deal; how some of the country’s tech giants enabled a dramatic uptick in illegal online gambling; and infectious disease expert predicts that international travel will return to normal in 18 months. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day …
 
In today’s episode: Investment banks predict the world’s second largest economy could grow as much as 9%; Beijing plans to keep the 2022 Winter Olympic Games free of plastic waste; and default by a local coal mining company sparks national concern. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day complimentary access pass t…
 
In today’s episode: Flying between the two Asian business hubs gets easier as quarantine requirement is scrapped, but there will still be tough conditions; Huawei plans to sell its budget smartphone brand as U.S. sanctions bite; and personal credit rating giant Experian gets ready to leave China SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners c…
 
In today’s episode: Sweden suspends its 5G auction as Chinese telecoms giant is allowed to appeal against exclusion from the Nordic nation’s next generation networks; Shenzhen proposes a new mandatory vacation system to tackle the city’s notorious overtime culture; and how China is taking on the monopolistic and anti-competitive practices of the co…
 
In today’s episode: U.S. tech titan says one of its iPhone assembly contractors in China comitted labour violations; online microlending sector set for shakeout as only four firms likely to meet new regulatory requirements; and investors are betting big on Chinese electric-car makers. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjo…
 
This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: China’s Foran Energy Group has signed a first-term, five-year deal with an American liquefied natural gas producer; continuing a six-month expansion, domestic manufacturing rises to the highest levels since January 2011; and Beijing bans visitors from six countries due to rising COVID-19 cases. In addi…
 
In today’s episode: While Joe Biden, the next U.S. president, will almost certainly reshape relations with China, Beijing shouldn't expect an easy ride, analysts say; after the whirlwind suspension of Ant Group’s record IPO plans, what lies ahead for the fintech giant?; and the central bank contemplates withdrawing stimulus package as the world’s s…
 
In today’s episode: what Weibo users have to say on American politics; Xiaomi plans to expand its R&D team by 5,000; and President Xi has something to say about imports. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day complimentary access pass to caixinglobal.com and Caixin app. This is a limited-time offer. Get your pass …
 
In today’s episode: regardless of who wins, Biden and Trump both have reasons to roll back tariffs; how Fosun Pharma could be behind India’s second-biggest IPO; and a look at Beijing’s economic blueprint for the next 15 years. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day complimentary access pass to caixinglobal.com and…
 
In today’s episode: Fintech giant postpones $34.5 billion IPO in Hong Kong and Shanghai; how 5G and Covid-19 have boosted China’s augmented reality scene; and six people have been killed after a fire broke out at a liquefied natural gas terminal. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day complimentary access pass to …
 
In today’s episode: latest Caixin PMI result suggests the nation’s continued recovery from Covid-19 slump; hundreds of steelmakers take measures to reduce their air pollution emissions; and domestic airlines continue to experience turbulence as the knock-on effects on the pandemic linger on. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can n…
 
This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: China unveils its 14th Five-Year Plan, which details a goal of GDP per capita levels similar to those of Spain, South Korea, and Italy; a Caixin exclusive reveals that China may be getting ready to scrap a key element of the way it sets the daily reference rate for the yuan; and China signs more debt-f…
 
In today’s episode: how American users are trying to save the app from being shut down in the U.S.; Beijing says it's signed more debt-freeze deals with poor countries struggling to repay loans amid the pandemic; and China steps up screenings of all inbound travelers. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day complim…
 
In today’s episode: As part of a plea deal, Taiwanese contract chipmaker UMC will pay a $60 million fine; Hangzhou could become China’s first city to introduce a ban on facial recognition in residential areas; and how Hong Kong-owned companies operating in the Greater Bay area may be able to choose the jurisdiction they resolve disputes in. SPECIAL…
 
In today’s episode: what a Democrat victory at the U.S. presidential elections could mean for bilateral ties; China’s corn imports are on track to double and how this could impact global prices of the crop; and why demand for factory workers is booming nationwide. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day complimenta…
 
In today’s episode: why the current pharmaceutical patent system may actually render treatment unaffordable for many patients; big tech names get swept up in a campaign to clean up mobile browsers; and Pakistan’s first subway line is finally up and running — an infrastructure project that was funded, built and operated by Chinese firms. SPECIAL OFF…
 
In today’s episode: China imposes unspecified sanctions on Raytheon, Lockheed and Boeing after U.S. approves $1.8 billion weapons sale to Taiwan; the founder of Momo dating app appears to have fallen out of love with his CEO position; and how Ant Group could score the world’s largest IPO ever. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can…
 
This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Sweden bans Chinese telecommunications giants Huawei and ZTE from its 5G network; China’s central bank announces its digital currency will be able to be used without an internet connection; and one of China’s largest fast-food chains rolls out artificial meat options made from seaweed proteins. In addi…
 
In today’s episode: Safety concerns sparked after zoo employee is killed by animals; China’s $157 billion market for exchange-traded funds becomes directly accessible to overseas investors; and as Huawei takes a hit from U.S. sanctions, a local panel-maker says its smartphone screen orders have ballooned as its hometown peers race to seize the tech…
 
In today’s episode: Beijing-based Yuanfudao rakes in $2.2 billion in two fundraising rounds; China’s military to pull its sports teams from national open competitions; and central government says urban-dwelling migrants will remain the legal heirs to their rural parents’ homes. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-d…
 
In today’s episode: China’s foreign ministry warns that Swedish businesses could suffer if Stockholm follows through with the Huawei ban; why achieving its climate targets won’t be an easy feat for world’s second-largest economy; and Beijing encourages domestic investors to invest more money abroad. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listene…
 
In today’s episode: Stockholm’s bold decision prompted by suspicions over the links between Beijing and the two tech giants; why Chinese lawmakers are calling the nation’s proposed laws on facial recognition too vague; and Pakistan overturns its Tiktok ban. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day complimentary acce…
 
This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: China reports 4.9% economic growth in the third quarter; President Xi's remarks on the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone; the Shenzhen Stock Exchange admits to a 32-minute technical error in its trading system; and budget household goods retailer Miniso raises …
 
In today’s episode: IMF predicts China to be the only major economy to grow this year; the national disease control authority reveals new evidence that strengthens the theory that you can catch the coronavirus from cold-food supply chains; and e-commerce giant Alibaba will take over the country’s top hypermarket operator. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News!…
 
In today’s episode: how an expansion in farming is increasingly forcing elephants out of their natural habitat and into human communities; with labor drying up, China’s countryside has witnessed a surge in automatous farming equipment; and why a real estate bubble could be the biggest ‘grey rhino’ threatening financial security…
 
This episode features an in-depth discussion of how the outcome of the upcoming U.S. presidential elections could impact the world’s second-largest economy. In particular, the conversation delves into how the tech decoupling between Beijing and Washington will evolve as well as how a potential Biden administration could shape ties. The discussion, …
 
In today’s episode: students criticize Jiangsu Normal University for a lack of transparency after classmates fall ill with the infectious disease; Apple’s new iPhone 12 is now compatible with Beijing’s GPS rival; and why the CEO of semiconductor major ASML says his company does not need a U.S. license to sell to China. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Ca…
 
In today’s episode: a viral social media post sparks concerns about Chinese users storing their lives and identities on their mobile phones; key takeaways from President Xi’s speech on the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone; and how Beijing has been lapping up record amounts of Japanese government debt. SPEC…
 
In today’s episode: new report reveals striking influence of video apps, Douyin and Kuaishou, in the nation of 1.4 billion people; troubled property developer Evergrande falls short in its hunt to raise over $1 billion from share sale to repay debt; and September sees China’s exports expand at their fastest pace in 18 months. SPECIAL OFFER: Great N…
 
In today’s episode: the latest on the battle between the nation’s internet giants; regulator slaps fines of 2 million yuan each on Luckin’s two domestic operating entities, as well as three related parties amid financial fraud scandal; and top climate scientist says China seeks to lower all domestic greenhouse gas emissions by 2060 SPECIAL OFFER: G…
 
In this week's episode: China’s largest chipmaker grapples with fresh export restrictions; Shenzhen will provide approximately $1.5 million of coupons to residents to test the digital yuan, China’s virtual currency; and coverage of the 2020 NBA finals returns to television in China. In addition, we speak with Caixin Global managing editor Doug Youn…
 
In today’s episode: Pakistani authorities crack down on the ByteDance app, citing concerns over ‘immoral and indecent’ content; the onshore yuan has staged its biggest single-day rally in 13 years amid growing optimism of a Democratic victory in the U.S. presidential elections; and sales at the duty free stores in Hainan exceed 1 billion yuan over …
 
In today’s episode: Local audiences snub ‘Mulan’ for Chinese war epic; laundry detergent manufacturer says $80 million dollars’ worth of its merchandise has disappeared; and the PBOC’s latest plan to steer the world's second-largest economy through the pandemic fallout. SPECIAL OFFER: Great News! Caixin Podcast listeners can now enjoy a 7-day compl…
 
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