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Best Caixin podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Caixin podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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A weekly round-up of top business and financial news from China's leading financial magazine, Caixin, produced and hosted by the Sinica Podcast's Kaiser Kuo, featuring full stories from Caixin and conversations with Caixin writers and editors.
 
“China Biz Roundup” is a daily news podcast powered by Caixin Global. Hosted by Eva Cheng and other Caixin journalists, we track and compile for you the day’s top China stories. 5-10 minutes a day, five days a week — this is your one-stop shop for all things China!
 
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Today’s episode discusses: What’s behind the dramatic fall in Chinese investment in U.S. real estate; Indonesia grapples with ‘zero dollar’ tourism packages, China’s solar power dims due to subsidy cuts.
 
This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: China’s state-owned telecommunications operators begin to eye 6G; Y Combinator’s YC China shutters its China operations; and the Chinese pork industry shows signs of life after the outbreak of African swine fever last year. In addition, we speak with the head of breaking news at Caixin Global, Tann ...…
 
Today’s episode discusses: Foreign direct investment into China rose 3.7% in 2018 in spite of trade tensions; How Chinese video streaming provider iQiyi plots to win over subscribers abroad; Increasing number of Chinese men over 60 diagnosed HIV positive – and what this phenomenon means for public policy.…
 
Today's episode discusses: : Activity in China’s service sector is surging; Trump's trade deal warning sends markets tumbling; How Oppo and Realme are shaking up China’s smartphone scene.
 
Today’s episode discusses: New Russia-to-China pipeline transports the fossil fuel from Siberia to China’s Northeast; How the sale of CBD oil on China’s e-commerce platforms brings new challenges for regulators; The two Chinese companies that failed to repay $526 million bonds.
 
Today’s episode discusses: Why drugmakers cut prices by an average of 65% to qualify for sought-after China list; Shanxi province to wean itself off coal with a ‘hydrogen valley,’ Beijing announces new waste sorting rules.
 
Today’s episode discusses: The first targets of China’s campaign against cryptocurrency; How China’s stock market reacted to U.S. support of Hong Kong protesters; ‘Playground burial’ murder case was concealed by a web of corruption for 16 years.
 
This episode discusses: Pig farmers' struggle driven by insufficient government subsidies and unreliable insurance; The bold plans behind China’s latest ‘artificial sun’ fusion reactor.
 
Today’s episode discusses: 13% of China’s banks and financing firms labeled highly risky by PBOC; Alibaba jumps 8% in a landmark share sale in Hong Kong.
 
Today’s episode discusses: China plans stricter crackdown on intellectual property violations as part of its trade war truce; Anti-corruption investigation of former senior government official sends ripples through Inner Mongolia.
 
Today’s episode discusses: Hong Kong finds a dozen technicians guilty of faking quality tests results on ‘the world’s longest sea bridge’; the latest on China's 6G research; How China may be able to grow its wealth and also achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
 
Today’s episode discusses: The Chinese government says it will not tweak GDP data from previous years to meet economic growth targets; Kaola Credit is accused of illegally storing and selling users’ personal data for millions of dollars; How gas prices in one Chinese province may lead to international repercussions for global warming.…
 
Today's episode discusses: How the rocky relations between the two largest economies have impacted the global soybean market; Didi's bold plans for driverless taxis; Alibaba and its long-awaited second listing in Hong Kong.
 
Today's episode discusses: Local government financing vehicles back companies to tune of $842 billion – but what are the financial risks?; Southeast Asia grapples with transnational drug smuggling; U.S. government prolongs Huawei reprieve by 90 days.
 
Plus, Luckin backs away from Starbucks lawsuit, and Shanghai regulators close the Business Times
 
This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: military technology, gene editing, and quantum computing enter China’s primary school curriculum, China lifts a four-year ban on U.S. poultry, and Singapore becomes a prime destination for investors looking away from Hong Kong. In addition, we speak with Caixin Global managing editor Doug Young abo ...…
 
This episode discusses: Tech startups Gojek and Grab race to dominate a Southeast Asia market of 600 million people; Why rural China's traditional preference for sons seems to be waning; Why JD.com is suing intellectual property authority over ‘Double 11’ trademark verdict.
 
Today's episode discusses: Key China economic measures miss October forecasts; Beijing authorities say risk of infection is minimal after pneumonic plague diagnosed in the capital; Why the world's largest Bitcoin-mining machines maker, Canaan, is drastically lowering its IPO.
 
Today's episode discusses how the Chinese capital is trying handle bad assets by teaming up with JD.com; Luckin Coffee's third-quarter sales beat forecasts; China investigates two billionaire directors of controversial Hikvision.
 
Today's episode discusses: Top Chinese bank regulators move​ to defuse growing ​unease in the country​ banking system after two​ bank runs; Didi finds itself in a scandal after driver stabs passenger; Police raid online car loan platform.
 
Today's episode discusses: Chinese buyer snaps up struggling British steelmaker; China ​cranks up its yearly domestic rare earths production quotas by at ​least 10%; Why the sharing economy's bubble appears on the verge of bursting.
 
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This week, on episode 103 of the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Beijing’s former vice mayor pleads guilty to taking $19 million in bribes, Alibaba inches toward a second IPO in Hong Kong, and an update on the tepid and tentative trade agreement being hashed out between Beijing and Washington. In addition, we talk with Caixin-Global managing edit ...…
 
Today's episode discusses:Former U.S. treasury secretary encourages world's largest two economies to allow the other to achieve their goals in their own way; Former head of People’s Bank of China demands greater collaboration among world's central banks; Double 11 Shopping Festival brings in record sales for Alibaba; How a high school in poorer ...…
 
Today's episode discusses: How merging smaller banks could stabilise China's banking system; China's appetite for Australian beef skyrockets; Why Didi's Hitch relaunch sparked a sexism scandal.
 
Today's episode discusses: Why major investments in Aramco could intensify China's influence in Saudi Arabia; Financial regulator lists Anbang’s $980 million bank stake for sale; China announces conditional approval of Alzheimer drug despite suspicions of industry experts.
 
Today's episode discusses: China and U.S. to publicize their efforts to crack down on fentanyl smuggling; New Tech Board Shares fall below IPO prices as investor enthusiasm dwindles; PR companies run into trouble for erasing negative reviews.
 
Today’s episode discusses: Caixin PMI signals China’s service sector at slowest rate in eight months; Europe’s door remains open to Huawei despite US efforts; Purchasing property in China becomes much easier.
 
This week on episode 101 of the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: China rolls out 5G service, Switzerland gives Huawei the green light, and Alibaba eyes a second IPO after a glowing earnings report. In addition, we talk with Tanner Brown, head of breaking news at Caixin Global about the findings of a climate change report and the potentially catast ...…
 
Today's episode discusses: US-China trade talks going smoothly, says Wilbur Ross; China outlaws online sales of e-cigarettes; Air taxi specialist hopes to float on Wall Street.
 
Today's episode discusses: Hong Kong eases monetary policy after city falls into recession; China's manufacturing sector expands at fastest pace in nearly three years; China-U.S. shipping emissions behind thousands of deaths, says study.
 
Today's episode discusses: How the APEC summit cancellation may affect interim U.S.-China trade deal; Chinese electric-vehicle makers struggle following subsidy cuts; Rising sea levels threaten three times more people in China than previously thought.
 
Today's episode discusses: Big data clampdown leaves Chinese online lenders wondering if the data they purchased is legal; Why Offshore China Tech IPO boom could dwindle next year; German Intelligence Chief signals distrust of Huawei on 5G.
 
Today's episode discusses: China breaks into a blockchain frenzy following President Xi's endorsement; Child murder case prompts debate on juvenile crime laws; Taiwan tourist numbers plunge following mainland travel ban.
 
Today's episode discusses: Joint statement by prominent economists calls for alternative solution to U.S.-China trade tensions; China's big cities get cleaner air but at what cost?; China's pig production could return to normal in 2020.
 
Today's episode discusses:Chinese embassy staff in UK to verify 'relevant information' after British police say victims are thought to be Chinese nationals; Has Tiktok's growth reached a plateau?; Bankrupt Chinese fuel trader claims $5.66 billion from Mercuria.
 
Today's episode discusses: ​Tencent shares risk falling under support level after screening of NBA games; China reports $67 trillion book of state assets; Xiaoxing Xi, a Chinese-born American physicist wins top science prize.
 
Today's episode discusses how China's regulators are fighting back against illegal web harvesting; Huawei's lobbying spending hits record high with hire of Trump fundraiser; STEM student visas still subject to administrative processing by U.S. Embassy
 
Today's episode discusses: how the 996 routine swept across China's industries; how to make sense of China's milk tea sensation; regulators see a microblending future for the troubled P2P industry.
 
This week on episode 101 of the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: sluggish third-quarter GDP growth in China, African swine fever ravages the domestic pork supply in China, and with the help of a Tencent-backed company, Star Wars novels will be translated into Chinese for mainland audiences. In addition, we talk with Caixin Global managing editor D ...…
 
Today's episode discusses Hong Kong suspect behind extradition bill controversy to hand himself in to Taiwan; the $2.7 billion fake gold heist that tarnished local lending; Chinese state firm to revive $6.6 billion mining sch​eme in Western Australia.​​​​​​​​​​​
 
Today's episode discusses China economic growth falling to its lowest in nearly 30 years; the country's new measures to tackle pollution; State shipbuilding giant CMIH invites investors in search for listing.
 
Tune into the essential economic and business straight from Caixin's Beijing studio. Today's episode discusses: Why Hong Kong is rolling out new housing affordability and access measures; Huawei's robust revenue growth despite the U.S. export ban; IMF's policy recommendations for China
 
Why China's $2 trillion private equity industry may actually be controlled by fewer than 2,000 individuals; Why total credit growth accelerated September yet much of the increase reflected debt swaps; How China is overtaking the US in developing Electric-Vehicle charging stations.
 
China's consumer inflation soars to a near six-year high on the back on pigs. The impact of the African Swine Fever hits China as consumer inflation hit its highest level in nearly six years as its consumer price index (CPI) edged up 0.2 percentage points to a 3% year-on-year rise.
 
On this 100th episode of the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: The trade deal that will pause the U.S.-China trade war, the Hong Kong protests and the NBA, the backlash against Blizzard Entertainment, and more. In addition, we talk with Caixin Global managing editor Doug Young on Apple’s pulling of the app HKmap.live and the fallout of a tweet supp ...…
 
Welcome to the 99th installment of the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, a weekly podcast that brings you the most important business stories of the week from China’s top source for business and financial news. Produced by Kaiser Kuo of our Sinica Podcast, it features a business news roundup, plus conversations with Caixin reporters and editors. Th ...…
 
Welcome to the 98th installment of the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, a weekly podcast that brings you the most important business stories of the week from China’s top source for business and financial news. Produced by Kaiser Kuo of our Sinica Podcast, it features a business news roundup, plus conversations with Caixin reporters and editors. Th ...…
 
Welcome to the 97th installment of the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, a weekly podcast that brings you the most important business stories of the week from China’s top source for business and financial news. Produced by Kaiser Kuo of our Sinica Podcast, it features a business news roundup, plus conversations with Caixin reporters and editors. Th ...…
 
Welcome to the 96th installment of the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, a weekly podcast that brings you the most important business stories of the week from China’s top source for business and financial news. Produced by Kaiser Kuo of our Sinica Podcast, it features a business news roundup, plus conversations with Caixin reporters and editors. Th ...…
 
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