ASIA: The politics of coronavirus – Weekly update

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Below is the latest edition of our weekly Asia coronavirus update. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you want to discuss any of the countries mentioned in more detail. China China's central bank announced on 31 May that it will buy RMB 400bn (USD 56bn) in small and medium-sized business loans from selected regional commercial banks. The program is monetary expansion, since the RMB400 bn represents new base money, and the funds will be interest-free for commercial banks. But the loans will remain on the balance sheets of the commercial banks, who will therefore bear the credit risk
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In "China's little Mecca," the town of Linxia, Gansu, every domed mosque has had its dome(s) removed.

All of these satellite images are from Linxia.

This is part of a government program that has hit cities across China.

ICYMI I've launched a new project to track and analyze how PM Suga is budgeting his time. https://observingjapan.com/the-prime-ministers-time/

@constant_hevia "Para vivir como el inglés y el francés… es necesario trabajar, producir como el inglés y el francés", decía Alberdi, "el que produce como un africano… no puede gastar como un europeo"https://www.lanacion.com.ar/opinion/alberdi-ya-nos-alertaba-sobre-el-populismo-nid2142304

Mañana, alter eco sobre economía de la salud mental, con bastante de lo que charlamos con @julianbustin en curso de rev senior, aportes de @sofiageyer y mucho mas.

I can now unveil what I suppose I can call a new "vertical" at my personal website: The Prime Minister's Time. https://observingjapan.com/the-prime-ministers-time/

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