“Chinese” in the news
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· China rejects prospect of joining arms control talks with US →
The U.S. pointedly noted the Chinese absence at talks with Russia in Vienna two weeks ago on extending or replacing NEW Start, a 2010 arms reduction treaty that expires in February.
· Wall Street Breakfast: Return Of The Stay-At-Home Trade →
The Trump administration also plans to finalize regulations this week that will bar the U.S. government from buying goods or services from any company that uses products from five Chinese firms, including Huawei, Hikvision, Dahua (OTCPK:DHUA), Hytera and ZTE Corp. (OTCPK:ZTCOY).
· 'They'll have an uprising on their hands': the fight to save wild horses →
To some, particularly online, the reason for the cull is obvious: “Dictator Dan” is trying to drive all horsemen off the land in a shadowy scheme to sell public land for a ski resort owned by Chinese nationals.
· Emerging Markets Rally As Economies Reopen In The Second Quarter →
Chinese equities advanced on encouraging economic data, though the market trailed most of its regional peers.
The New York Times
· Trump’s Taxes May Be Released — Eventually →
The social network’s Chinese owner, ByteDance, is under pressure to devise ways to shield the service from potentially damaging actions by governments uneasy with the company’s perceived ties with Beijing.
The Wall Street Journal
· Lawmaker Who Once Taught Chinese Spies Drops Out of Race in New Zealand →
A Chinese-born New Zealand lawmaker who once taught English to Chinese spies said he won’t run for re-election, a decision that comes as many countries recalibrate policies in response to Beijing’s growing influence.
· Retaliation over French digital tax, ban on five Chinese companies →
The Trump administration also plans to finalize regulations this week that will bar the U.S. government from buying goods or services from any company that uses products from five Chinese firms including Huawei, Hikvision, Dahua (OTCPK:DHUA), Hytera and ZTE Corp. (OTCPK:ZTCOY).
· Rights lawyer files torture charges against Chinese officials →
Freed Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang has filed a rare complaint seeking charges against two officials, accusing them of torturing him during his secret detention, according to documents seen by AFP.
The China Post
· China auto sales off 22.4% in first half of 2020 →
It also squeezes cash flow at a time when global and Chinese brands are spending billions of dollars to develop electric vehicles under pressure to meet government sales quotas.
· Indonesian e-tailer Bukalapak turns street sellers into banking agents →
SINGAPORE, July 10 — Indonesian startup Bukalapak, backed by Chinese fintech Ant Group, aims to turn the mom-and-pop stores that use its B2B e-commerce platform into banking agents through a partnership with one of the country’s largest lenders, its CEO told Reuters.