Why Chinese companies listing in the U.S. have the Chinese government so worried
Jul 14, 2021

Why Chinese companies listing in the U.S. have the Chinese government so worried

With increased oversight of major tech firms by Chinese regulators in recent days, whither a) China’s access to foreign capital and b) U.S. access to the Chinese market? Martin Chorzempa, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, joins us to discuss. And: In pursuit of extra space, tourists with savings are splurging on the first-class cabin. 

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As people start flying again, more are exploring the first-class cabin

Jul 14, 2021
With COVID-19 in mind, some passengers are ready to pay for a little more distance from seatmates.
A Delta airlines plane is seen on the tarmac of the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in July in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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China’s crackdown on Didi may signal tougher curbs on tech

Jul 14, 2021
The Peterson Institute’s Martin Chorzempa believes the state wants greater control of information, but he doesn’t expect delisting from foreign exchanges.
A logo of Didi Chuxing in Hangzhou, China. The ride-hailing firm was forced to stop downloads of its app from stores shortly after going public on the New York Stock Exchange.
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