In the News: Gene Editing; Peer-to-Peer Lending; and SME Loans

Mar 4, 2019
| By Marilyn Romero
China’s State Council will soon be regulating gene editing and biotechnologies; in a major sting on illegal P2P lenders, Chinese authorities netted Rmb10 billion in assets and arrested 62 people from 16 countries; and Chinese regulators increase the pressure on banks to boost lending to SMEs.

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