Adani tries to win back investors
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China’s semiconductor industry fears Japanese curbs on exports of crucial chipmaking equipment are stricter than US limits, Meta has been hit with a €1.2bn fine by the EU for privacy violations, and the Adani Group is trying to woo investors after a series of allegations from short-seller Hindenburg.
Mentioned in this podcast:
China fears Japan’s chipmaking curbs go further than US restrictions
Facebook owner Meta hit with record €1.2bn fine over EU-US data transfers
Adani seeks to woo bankers with three-day tour after short seller’s attack
Indian market regulator has ‘hit a wall’ in Adani probe
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