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Mass Testing: China Doubles Down on Its Covid-19 Control Plan

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Mass testing has become a major part of how the Chinese government plans to eradicate coronavirus and keep the economy on track.Photo: Agence France-Presse/Getty Images










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China Fines Luckin Coffee and Dozens of Firms That Helped It Inflate Results

and dozens of companies that helped the coffee chain inflate its sales and expenses in 2019, wrapping up a monthslong investigation into the accounting misconduct at the once-highflying company.The State Administration for Market Regulation on Tuesday said it has fined two Luckin entities and 43 other companies a total of 61 million yuan, equivalent to $9 million.
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The Delicate Task of Dealing With China’s Most Debt-Burdened Property Giants

Two of China’s most heavily leveraged developers are struggling in the stock market, and new attention from Beijing on their towering debt levels will put them under more pressure.But the central government’s efforts don’t address a key problem in the country’s economic model: Cash-starved local governments need indebted property developers to buy their land.
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