Feb 26, 2021
In today’s episode: new app aims to encourage the resumption of international travel amid the pandemic, but concerns over data privacy and vaccine shortages linger; how conglomerate HNA ended up at the center of one China’s biggest bankruptcy cases; and Hong Kong reports its biggest export surge in nearly three...
Feb 25, 2021
In today’s episode: the Asian giant boasts 70% of the world’s base stations for the next-generation telecoms tech; Pinduoduo’s relentless pursuit of growth has left employees spending nearly all of their waking hours at work; and behind Beijing’s latest initiative to capture fugitives who have fled abroad.
Feb 25, 2021
Plus, China-Laos railway set to open for use in December 2021; the world’s second-largest economy considers easing capital controls to allow citizens to invest in overseas securities and insurance products; and Beijing increases its rare earth mining quotas, up 27.6% from the previous year.
Feb 23, 2021
In today’s episode: Wang Yi calls for a reset of relations with U.S.; copper prices skyrocket above $9,000 a ton as shortfall triggers rally; and agricultural minister hints at support for genetically modified foods
Feb 22, 2021
In today’s episode: what former central bank chief has to say on the nation’s plans to build its own digital currency payments system; Beijing increases rare earths output quotas to a record high, possibly easing fears of export ban; and the country's efforts to tackle chemicals and compounds in the water cycle...