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China’s top prosecutor released a report on the private sector, arguing that there should be no arrest or charges against businesspeople whenever possible

The potential for smart cities to drive Chinese economic and social growth is huge, despite criticisms of their slow responses to Covid-19

China’s ambitious group buying program aims to reform its centralized drug procurement system, curb bribery, ease financial burdens on patients and eventually reshuffle the pharmaceutical industry

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The latest data from China’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (MoHRSS) shows that China has distributed 42.3 billion yuan (US$6.2b) in employment stabilization allowances to some 3.2 million enterprises, covering over 85 million people.

As State-owned enterprises won praise for their quick switch to mask production and mobilized support during the coronavirus pandemic, private sectors now fear a possible retrogression in SOE reforms - leaving them even less room to compete

Health code apps developed for Covid-19 prevention and control are likely to be here to stay, although there is little integration of the patchwork of apps