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China to Begin Selling Ultra-Long Debt This Week | Bloomberg: The China Show 5/13/2024

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00:07:53 Biden poised to hike tariffs on Chinese EVs
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00:24:32 AI in focus as Chinese tech firms prepare to report
00:27:31 China tech, AI outlook with 01.AI’s Kai-Fu Lee and IN. Capital’s Jen Zhu Scott
00:42:29 China biotech stocks rise on US biosecure bill

00:50:20 OCBC Bank Investment Strategy MD Vasu Menon drops mild recession forecast
00:56:37 China to mask live foreign flows data
01:01:00 China probes local hedge fund for suspected illegal activities
01:03:22 Chinese EV maker Zeekr pops after expanded IPO
01:11:42 Survey: SoftBank probably trimmed losses, helped by Vision Fund’s performance
01:14:51 Big Take: global chips battle intensifies with $88B subsidy surge
01:20:48 Bloomberg scoop: China eyes first ultra-long debt sale
01:27:17 The China Brief: China’s expected home-buying limit easing
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