China’s crackdown on its tech sector in the past few years might have loosened, but the fallout is still hurting its development after the government has loosed its grip, says business analyst Shaun Rein to AP. “The crackdown was deep and cut far to the bone, probably more than the government expected it to,” said Shaun Rein,
Many brands got into hot water in China after the government started to crack down on online influencers and other celebrities. There is a way to avoid those influences and the risks they pose, says branding expert Arnold Ma in the Jing Daily. Also, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and gamification should be avoided at this moment, Ma adds.
China’s regulators have been focusing already on cryptocurrency, the mining operation. Fintech expert Winston Wenyan Ma warns we can get more regulations from China’s government, especially on trading, he tells in The Street. The Street: Last month, the State Council’s Financial Stability and Development Committee said China would crack down on bitcoin
Fintech expert Winston Wenyan Ma joins a panel at the BSN base and explains how China’s economy moved from import/export to a focus on innovation. China missed the world’s first technological revolutions because of domestic turbulence and external influences but has become a leading force for the third technological data revolution.