Regulators want access to financial audits of Chinese companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges.
That makes it the first major economy to rebound since COVID-19 hit.
Delayed payments are a normal part of doing business in China. That works OK when the economy is bustling — but not anymore.
Also making news: China’s premier Li Keqiang broke from tradition and did not announce an economic growth target.
There are still many virus prevention measures that deter people from traveling.
With masks, fever checks and health QR codes, there are signs that the coronavirus still poses a threat to daily life.
Most people in China are just getting paid wages for February and by law, employees are supposed to receive their regular salaries even when their companies were shut because of the coronavirus. Did they?
Our Shanghai correspondent, forced to stay home like so many others, shares what she's hearing about the virus on the airwaves.