Grady McGregor, Fortune

Grady McGregor


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Past articles by Grady:

How a summit for top bank CEOs helped convince Hong Kong to end two years of mandatory hotel quarantine

Hong Kong finally complied with business community demands that it end mandatory hotel quarantine for arrivals to the city that at one point stretched 21 days. → Read More

Boeing’s China problem keeps getting worse as Beijing sanctions a top exec for selling arms to Taiwan

Boeing has begun to resell planes destined for China. → Read More

Nasal and inhaled vaccines may be the best hope to finally stop COVID transmission, but the U.S. isn’t funding them: ‘It’s just unacceptable’

The U.S. is behind China and India in developing the next generation of COVID vaccines that could halt COVID transmission. 'This is unacceptable.' → Read More

The era of needle-free COVID vaccines may be beginning as India approves its first nasal spray

The era of needle-free COVID vaccines may be beginning. → Read More

Scientists urged the Biden administration to launch an ‘Operation Warp Speed’ to develop inhaled COVID vaccines. China beat the U.S. to the punch.

Scientists urged the Biden administration to launch 'Operation Warp Speed' to develop a nasal COVID vaccines. China's CanSino beat the U.S. to the punch. → Read More

Chinese property developers slump 87% in the first half of 2022—and it’s possible the housing market still hasn’t ‘bottomed out’

China's property crackdown has sunk developers to lows not reached since the 2008 global financial crisis. → Read More

Before ‘quiet quitting’ in the U.S., there was ‘lying flat’ in China. How the anti-work movement swept the world’s two largest economies

From China to the U.S., Gen Z is developing a shared sense of economic defeatism that's driving their resistance to hustle culture and burnout. → Read More

BYD stock plummets as investors worry Warren Buffett’s share sale signals his intent to exit the Chinese EV maker completely

Investors are worried the sale signals Buffett's intent to exit the Chinese EV maker completely. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg’s dreams of building a super app are starting to come true

WhatsApp's new e-commerce service in India aligns with Zuckerberg's ambitions to turn Meta platforms into an all-in-one tool. → Read More

The largest Chinese e-commerce company you have never heard of is about to enter the U.S. with a model to challenge Amazon’s dominance

Pinduoduo plans to launch a new app and e-commerce business in the U.S. next month, according to several outlets. → Read More

China’s Big Tech built some of the world’s most powerful algorithms. Beijing just exposed some closely-guarded details online

Chinese regulators publicly shared details on 30 algorithms that power the country’s largest tech platforms. → Read More

Omicron’s BA.2.75 ‘Centaurus’ subvariant is beating out BA.5 in India—and scientists say it ‘may prevail’ elsewhere

The so-called Centaurus strain, scientifically known as BA.2.75, now accounts for roughly two-thirds of India's new COVID cases. → Read More

A new Langya virus from shrews has infected dozens in China—but scientists say it ‘doesn’t look like a repeat of COVID-19’

Chinese scientists say a new 'LayV' virus that has sickened dozens likely emerged in shrews. → Read More

1.4 billion doses later, China is realizing it may need mRNA COVID vaccines

After long promoting their local options, China may finally approve the BioNTech jab. → Read More

Hong Kong’s last pro-democracy newspaper may close after government crackdown

Billionaire Jimmy Lai’s pro-democracy Apple Daily tabloid may have to cease operations amid government pressure. → Read More

Australia is so isolated even citizens can’t easily enter. For the next year, it’s happy to stay that way

Australia’s COVID border restrictions are some of the world’s harshest, and may remain even as vaccination rates climb. → Read More

To reopen their economies, Asia’s ‘COVID-zero’ economies must learn to live with death

It's a question leaders can no longer avoid. → Read More

After losing billions, Didi creeps closer to profitability in time for blockbuster IPO

Didi’s IPO is expected to be 2021’s largest and may come as soon as the third quarter of this year. → Read More

American farmers are having a bumper year—thanks to soaring demand from China

Trade wars are unpredictable. → Read More

Vaccine passports are here—so why are there still so many travel restrictions?

When can we travel again? Even with vaccine passport apps, government trust is needed to restart travel. → Read More