So, what’s up in China? 🇨🇳 Issue 72, covering 5 – 11 April.

1. Chinese regulators issued a $2.8 billion fine against Alibaba for violating anti-monopoly laws. (Pandaily)

2. Domestic tourism returns to 94.5% of the pre-pandemic level during Qingming Festival. Residents made 102 million trips within China during the 3-day holiday, bringing in 27.17 billion RMB ($4.15 billion) revenue. (Dao Insights)

3. Auto sales in China recovered to pre-pandemic levels in the first 3 months of 2021. (The Wall Street Journal)

4. Alibaba will introduce measures to lower entry barriers and business costs faced by merchants on their e-commerce platforms. (Nikkei Asia)

5. Ant Group announced its plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030. (SCMP)

6. China’s financial regulators announced a set of new policies, including increased RMB convertibility and market access for foreign investors, for Hainan. (Reuters)

7. International Monetary Fund projects China’s economy will grow by 8.4% in 2021. (CGTN)

8. One of the leading Chinese online discount retailer VIPshop is accused of selling fake Gucci Belts. (Pandaily)

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