Week of June 8th reads
What I’m reading and closely watching this week, instead of a piece.
Coronavirus: South America and SE Asia are now getting hit the hardest.
These 7 countries have the most worrying Covid-19 outbreaks by Vox
WHO: Data suggests it's "very rare" for coronavirus to spread through asymptomatics by Axios
IPO Activity: Chinese companies pursuing a secondary listing on Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
NetEase prices its $2.7 billion listing in Hong Kong with shares to start trading on June 11 by CNBC
JD.com becomes the latest Chinese company to turn to Hong Kong with $4 billion listing by CNN
Biden rejects calls to defund police by Politico
Tech companies continuous battle on censorship, neutrality and free speech moderation.
Snap Says It Will No Longer Promote Trump’s Account by The New York Times
The Slippery Slope to Censored Speech by The Information ($)
Re: my piece on India’s telecoms market. Jio Platforms welcomed its 7th foreign investor on June 7th, marking the 3rd investment announcement from the company this week.