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China’s Shadow Banking Sector Is Facing Tough Times

The COVID-19 outbreak has cast a gloomy shadow over not only the formal financial industry of China, but also its shadow banking sector as...

TikTok Is Seen as a Potential Security Threat by World Governments

Chinese app TikTok is under the radar of various governments as they ponder on whether to allow it to operate in their countries. The...

5 Ways You Can Promote a Culture of Innovation at Your Workplace

Innovation culture basically refers to a workplace environment in which employees feel confident in developing and implementing new ideas and processes. For a company,...

Palantir Lashes Out at Silicon Valley Ahead of NYSE Listing

Palantir Technologies recently released its prospectus ahead of its IPO, aiming to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange (under symbol PLTR) starting...

TikTok Takes Legal Action Against Trump Administration

On August 6, President Trump passed an Executive Order banning U.S. transactions with ByteDance, the Chinese corporation that owns TikTok. The ban will come...

Chinese Takeover of Australian Dairy Company Averted

In November last year, beverage giant Kirin announced its plans for selling Lion Dairy and Drinks to a Chinese company called Mengniu Dairy. Kirin...

The New York Times Removes Chinese Propaganda From Its Website

The New York Times (NYT) has removed hundreds of advertorials from Chinese state-backed China Daily that were propagating Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propaganda. The...

Jimmy Lai Tearfully Thanks the People of Hong Kong for Their Support

Jimmy Lai, the founder of the newspaper Apple Daily, launched a live broadcast on Twitter to share his feelings about his arrest and interacted with netizens. After...

Group Buying, Consumer-to-Manufacturer, and Other 2020 Business Trends From China

Even though the outbreak of COVID-19 has dampened the Chinese economy, experts are hoping for a strong rebound in the coming months. Some say...

Why Corporate China Is Still Obsessed With Rubber Stamps

In China, rubber stamps (also known as chops) are very important for business transactions. The rubber stamp represents the identity and legal evidence of...

Bowing to CCP Censorship: US Attorney General Slams Companies

William Barr, the U.S. Attorney General, recently criticized American companies for kowtowing to Chinese communist censorship. In addition to tech giants like Google Yahoo,...

EU Report Names China as Top Intellectual Property Rights Offender

An EU biennial report has named China as the top offender when it comes to violating intellectual property (IP) rights in the region. According...

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