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Caixin China Biz Roundup: Tech Titans Slammed for ‘Algorithmic Bullying’
In today’s episode: consumer group accuses internet giants of using data-based algorithms to put consumers at a disadvantage; the nation’s tipple of choice, baijiu, gets a new English name to attract international fans; and the father of China’s lunar mission has called on the country to establish a space station orbiting the moon.
Caixin China Biz Roundup: Food Delivery Driver Sets Himself on Fire Over Wage Frustrations
In today’s episode: Ele.me faces tough questions after driver takes drastic action to protest withheld pay; how safe is your data in the world’s second-largest economy; and autonomous vehicles could soon go for a test spin on China’s highways.
Caixin China Biz Roundup: Cosmetics Company Apologises for ‘Victim Shaming’ Advert
In today’s episode: Purcotton faces backlash on Weibo for ad that seems to make light of sexual harassment; lithium prices surge as domestic NEV sales bounce back; and no imported forms of a key cancer drug will be available on China’s public health insurance.
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: China Battles its Worst Covid-19 Outbreak in Months
In this week's episode: the novel coronavirus reemerges in the city of Shijiazhuang; a former top financial official is sentenced to death; and the death of a young employee has many questioning the effects of China’s incredibly demanding work culture.
In addition, we speak with Caixin Global managing editor Doug Young about China’s leading chipmaker, SMIC, and how internal clashes have spurred resignations from the executive suite.
Caixin China Biz Roundup: Second Pinduoduo Worker Death Reignites ‘996’ Culture Debate
In today’s episode: e-commerce giant reports employee suicide, marking the second death at the company in less than two weeks; Irish whiskey-makers are thirsty to crack the Asian market; and China ditches limits on credit card interest rates.
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Caixin China Biz Roundup: China Issues New Rules to Counter ‘Unjustified’ Foreign Laws
In today’s episode: how Beijing’s latest regulations block citizens and companies from having to follow foreign legislation and other measures; faux meat player Impossible Foods hungers for a bite of the world’s second-largest economy; and the northern city of Shijiazhuang mobilizes 3,000 medical workers to test its 11 million-strong population