Hu Jianlong

Hu Jianlong

Hu is an entrepreneur and a freelance writer based in Bangalore, India. Hu was a Fulbright/ Humphrey Fellow in 2015-2016.

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Opinion | Chinese businesses are driven abroad by profits, not political agendas, whether it’s TikTok or a grocery store in the Congo

Chinese firms like TikTok are often assumed to have state backing when operating globally. But a distinction needs to be made between China’s government and its private businesses.

8 Aug 2020 - 9:02AM

Chinese firms like TikTok are often assumed to have state backing when operating globally. But a distinction needs to be made between China’s government and its private businesses.

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