Caijing expands English language content

If you're interested in the state of investigative journalism in China, the one to watch is Caijing magazine, edited by Hu Shuli, the bravest woman in Chinese publishing. The magazine is expanding its English language content on its website. The latest issue's English articles are here.

This is the print issue's cover.


The large coverline is 'Who will make up China Southern Securities' financial deficit?' China Southern Securities has apparently speculated and lost RMB1.9 billion of its customers' funds. The article considers the possibility that the Central Government may intervene and bail the company out.

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