The four colors of Shanghai’s trash-sorting bins make the new system look deceptively simple for households and businesses.
China’s social credit program is usually connected to social control. But I wonder if it’s also an economic system. Using information from “government blueprints, state-media reports and interviews with architects,” WSJ described what appears to be an evolving plan. Most basically,…
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