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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief

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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief

SupChina

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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.

Latest Episodes

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 121

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: A Chinese jewelry company promises gold bars as collateral for loans — but something else is below the surface. Profits are up for industrial enterprises, but it’s still been a rough first half of 2020. Beijing changes the rules for Apple’s App Store for games that charge money. China’s regulators look like they’ll be allowing commercial banks to offer securities services to compete with foreign financial services companies as the sector opens up. And Didi Chuxing introduces driverless cabs in Shanghai. In addition, we speak with Caixin Global Managing Editor Doug Young about a dustup between the CEO and the board of directors at chipmaker ARM’s Chinese joint venture company.

14 MIN4 d ago
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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 121

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 120

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Yum China Holdings, Inc., operator of large fast-food chains such as Pizza Hut and Kentucky Fried Chicken, has filed confidentially for a Hong Kong listing, U.S. companies will be allowed to work with Huawei on setting global 5G standards, and local governments begin to provide incentives for up-and-coming livestreamers in an effort to revitalize the Chinese economy through e-commerce.

15 MIN1 w ago
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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 120

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 119

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Seventy-nine newfound COVID-19 cases in Beijing threaten to send the city back into lockdown, American Express receives approval to start bank card clearing services in China, and a 24-hour hostage situation involving one of China’s richest men ends with five arrests. In addition, we speak with Doug Young, Caixin Global’s managing editor, about Chinese internet giant NetEase and its secondary IPO in Hong Kong as China-U.S. tensions continue to rise.

15 MIN2 w ago
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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 119

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 118

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: The Trump administration calls for tighter controls on U.S.-listed Chinese companies that engage in fraud, Beijing city authorities criminalize “slander” against traditional Chinese medicine, and the resumption of this year’s Chinese Basketball Association season on June 20, without spectators. In addition, we speak with Doug Young, Caixin Global managing editor, about the ongoing border dispute between China and India.

16 MIN3 w ago
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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 118

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 117

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: China’s Premier Li Keqiang sent out a powerful signal that the country could join Asia-Pacific’s largest free-trade pact, China’s national legislature has approved the nation’s first civil code, and Chinese drone operator EHang gets state approval to have its drones used for air logistics in China. In addition, we speak with Doug Young, Caixin Global managing editor, about the dwindling number of international flights that are entering and exiting China due to the pandemic.

15 MINJUN 2
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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 117

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 116

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Premier Li Keqiang announces that Beijing won’t be setting a numerical GDP growth target for 2020, Nestlé invests $100 million into a plant-based food factory in China, and the United States Department of Commerce Entity List expands to include several research firms, as well as Chinese national security, surveillance, and cybersecurity companies. In addition, we speak with Doug Young, Caixin Global managing editor, who tells us about the changing conditions for Chinese companies that want to list publicly on United States stock exchanges.

14 MINMAY 27
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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 116

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 115

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Pinduoduo overtakes JD.com as China’s second-most-valuable online retailer, automaker BYD announces that it will reapply for U.S. regulatory approval to ship N95 face masks to California, and American soybean exporters could reclaim some of the export market lost to Brazil under the U.S.-China trade deal. In addition, we speak with Doug Young, managing editor of Caixin Global, about Luckin Coffee’s meteoric rise and fall and some corporate restructuring in an effort to salvage the business.

13 MINMAY 19
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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 115

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 114

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: the United States Department of Homeland Security clamps down on Chinese journalists working in the U.S., the director of Shanghai’s COVID-19 clinical expert team says there is “no chance” that the coronavirus pandemic will end this summer, and online education companies in China see massive spikes in net revenues. In addition, we speak with Caixin Global managing editor Doug Young about China’s tech sector and which companies could be making a move toward an initial public offering in the coming months. Like the podcasts at SupChina?Help us out by taking this brief survey.

15 MINMAY 13
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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 114

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 113

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Automaker BYD swaps car production for face masks, ByteDance-owned short-video app TikTok’s downloads soar to over 2 billion, and Australia joins China and the European Union in calling for a new trade dispute system within the WTO. We also speak with Caixin Global managing editor Doug Young about plummeting smartphone shipments from China at a time when global supply chains and demand are being severely impacted by the coronavirus. Like the podcasts at SupChina?Help us out by taking this brief survey.

14 MINMAY 5
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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 113

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 112

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Companies struggle to cope with the coronavirus-induced economic slowdown, top Hubei officials get ousted, and the government takeover of private charity donations causes a stir. In addition, we speak with Tanner Brown, head of breaking news at Caixin Global, about the impact of local debt on small- and medium-sized enterprises in China.

21 MINFEB 18
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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 112

Latest Episodes

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 121

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: A Chinese jewelry company promises gold bars as collateral for loans — but something else is below the surface. Profits are up for industrial enterprises, but it’s still been a rough first half of 2020. Beijing changes the rules for Apple’s App Store for games that charge money. China’s regulators look like they’ll be allowing commercial banks to offer securities services to compete with foreign financial services companies as the sector opens up. And Didi Chuxing introduces driverless cabs in Shanghai. In addition, we speak with Caixin Global Managing Editor Doug Young about a dustup between the CEO and the board of directors at chipmaker ARM’s Chinese joint venture company.

14 MIN4 d ago
Comments
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 121

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 120

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Yum China Holdings, Inc., operator of large fast-food chains such as Pizza Hut and Kentucky Fried Chicken, has filed confidentially for a Hong Kong listing, U.S. companies will be allowed to work with Huawei on setting global 5G standards, and local governments begin to provide incentives for up-and-coming livestreamers in an effort to revitalize the Chinese economy through e-commerce.

15 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 120

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 119

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Seventy-nine newfound COVID-19 cases in Beijing threaten to send the city back into lockdown, American Express receives approval to start bank card clearing services in China, and a 24-hour hostage situation involving one of China’s richest men ends with five arrests. In addition, we speak with Doug Young, Caixin Global’s managing editor, about Chinese internet giant NetEase and its secondary IPO in Hong Kong as China-U.S. tensions continue to rise.

15 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 119

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 118

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: The Trump administration calls for tighter controls on U.S.-listed Chinese companies that engage in fraud, Beijing city authorities criminalize “slander” against traditional Chinese medicine, and the resumption of this year’s Chinese Basketball Association season on June 20, without spectators. In addition, we speak with Doug Young, Caixin Global managing editor, about the ongoing border dispute between China and India.

16 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 118

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 117

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: China’s Premier Li Keqiang sent out a powerful signal that the country could join Asia-Pacific’s largest free-trade pact, China’s national legislature has approved the nation’s first civil code, and Chinese drone operator EHang gets state approval to have its drones used for air logistics in China. In addition, we speak with Doug Young, Caixin Global managing editor, about the dwindling number of international flights that are entering and exiting China due to the pandemic.

15 MINJUN 2
Comments
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 117

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 116

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Premier Li Keqiang announces that Beijing won’t be setting a numerical GDP growth target for 2020, Nestlé invests $100 million into a plant-based food factory in China, and the United States Department of Commerce Entity List expands to include several research firms, as well as Chinese national security, surveillance, and cybersecurity companies. In addition, we speak with Doug Young, Caixin Global managing editor, who tells us about the changing conditions for Chinese companies that want to list publicly on United States stock exchanges.

14 MINMAY 27
Comments
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 116

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 115

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Pinduoduo overtakes JD.com as China’s second-most-valuable online retailer, automaker BYD announces that it will reapply for U.S. regulatory approval to ship N95 face masks to California, and American soybean exporters could reclaim some of the export market lost to Brazil under the U.S.-China trade deal. In addition, we speak with Doug Young, managing editor of Caixin Global, about Luckin Coffee’s meteoric rise and fall and some corporate restructuring in an effort to salvage the business.

13 MINMAY 19
Comments
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 115

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 114

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: the United States Department of Homeland Security clamps down on Chinese journalists working in the U.S., the director of Shanghai’s COVID-19 clinical expert team says there is “no chance” that the coronavirus pandemic will end this summer, and online education companies in China see massive spikes in net revenues. In addition, we speak with Caixin Global managing editor Doug Young about China’s tech sector and which companies could be making a move toward an initial public offering in the coming months. Like the podcasts at SupChina?Help us out by taking this brief survey.

15 MINMAY 13
Comments
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 114

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 113

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Automaker BYD swaps car production for face masks, ByteDance-owned short-video app TikTok’s downloads soar to over 2 billion, and Australia joins China and the European Union in calling for a new trade dispute system within the WTO. We also speak with Caixin Global managing editor Doug Young about plummeting smartphone shipments from China at a time when global supply chains and demand are being severely impacted by the coronavirus. Like the podcasts at SupChina?Help us out by taking this brief survey.

14 MINMAY 5
Comments
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 113

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 112

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Companies struggle to cope with the coronavirus-induced economic slowdown, top Hubei officials get ousted, and the government takeover of private charity donations causes a stir. In addition, we speak with Tanner Brown, head of breaking news at Caixin Global, about the impact of local debt on small- and medium-sized enterprises in China.

21 MINFEB 18
Comments
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 112
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