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Can China curb crooked online business practices?

Online search giant Baidu got a wave of bad publicity after it sold administrator rights of a health discussion forum to a dodgy unlicensed medical company. Meanwhile, C-trip has been caught out selling invalid transport tickets, and Alibaba is routinely accused of hosting sellers of fake goods. Is China facing a crisis of ethics in its online business practices? Jade Stone Venture’s Jay Huang, and New School University’s Max Wolff discuss the problem and how many of these companies can clean up their act.

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