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After breaking U.S. IPO records in September, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba this week made U.S.$9.3 billion in sales on November 11—”Singles’
CDT has translated a Ming’en Media (明恩传媒) video from 2012 that looks at opacity in China’s local and central tax revenue
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While Americans eat nearly twice as much meat individually as their Chinese counterparts every year, Beth Hoffman at Forbes reports that with
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