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Beijing Further Cracking Down on P2P Industry and Its Victims: Leaked Documents
China has started shutting down the popular internet finance platform P2P (peer-to-peer lending) since 2018. Just five years ago, P2P, with the backing and promotion of the Chinese regime, became ...
September 17, 2020
In China, P2P Insiders Say Regulatory Shortcomings Have Choked Industry
BEIJING/SHANGHAI—Overburdened Chinese regulators have left the peer-to-peer lending (P2P) industry to poorly staffed local governments, according to ex-regulators, ...
September 6, 2019
China’s Online Lender Dianrong Blames Chinese Regime for its Woes
SINGAPORE—Dianrong, one of China's biggest peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders, is laying off staff and shutting stores. The company blamed ...
March 18, 2019
China P2P Lender Dianrong Closing 60 Stores
SINGAPORE—Dianrong, one of China's biggest peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders, is shutting down 60 of its 90 offline stores and ...
March 1, 2019
Victims of P2P Lending Crash Hold Simultaneous Protests Across China
Local security forces in 17 cities across China sprang into action on Oct. 1, when large numbers of ...
October 4, 2018
How Far Away Is China From a Minsky Moment?
Lately, the P2P crash has fostered many predictions about China’s impending Minsky moment. The “Minsky moment,” named for ...
September 11, 2018
Arrest Warrant Issued in China for High-Profile CEO of a P2P Lending Company
An arrest warrant has been issued for a high-profile business executive in China who is involved in peer-to-peer ...
August 14, 2018
Beijing Authorities Mobilize Scores of Police to Turn Away P2P Lending Victims
Thousands of alleged victims of peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platforms recently gathered near the Beijing headquarters of China’s bank ...
August 7, 2018
Peer-to-Peer Lending Could Become China’s Next Bubble
The unexpected failure of a up and coming P2P lending firm in China last year points to an ...
September 13, 2015
What BitTorrent Users Reveal About the World
Researchers say they’ve uncovered two interesting patterns about peer-to-peer file sharing of movies, music, and more.
October 14, 2014
Biden Priorities in First 10 Days in Office Include ‘Systemic Racism’ and ‘Climate Crisis’
Rep. Correa Announces Positive COVID-19 Test, Says He’ll Miss Biden Inauguration
Pence Urges Biden to ‘Stand Up to Chinese Aggression’ in Indo-Pacific
Leaked Documents Show How Chinese Regime Monitors Dissidents with Facial Recognition Tech
China Building Ground-Effect Vehicles to Defend South China Sea Claims: Leaked Documents
Leaked Documents Reveal Chinese Government’s Corruption, Bureaucrats’ Incompetence
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Black Lives Matter Utah Leader Disavows Activist Charged in Capitol Breach
Census Bureau: Citizenship Data Won’t be Released Until After Trump Leaves Office
Woman Who Allegedly Posed With Pelosi’s Nameplate During Capitol Storming Is Charged