“Chinese” in the news
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The China Post
· Suspending act equivalent of cutting off Hong Kong, KMT head →
Chiang called on Chinese authorities to be very cautious on this matter and said he did not want to see the freedom and the rule of law in Hong Kong along with Beijing’s initial promise of “Hong Kong people ruling Hong Kong” to all become an illusion.
· 'Openness': WHO renews praise for China's coronavirus →
He has also pointed to unspecified intelligence suggesting the virus originated in a lab in the Chinese city of Wuhan, a claim denied by lab officials.
· In Bolsonaro's Brazil, everyone else is to blame for virus →
One banner read “Lockdowns kill more than the Chinese virus!!
· China threatens U.S. with countermeasures if punished for Hong Kong law →
Of particular concern is a provision allowing Chinese security agents to operate in Hong Kong, with fears it could spark a crackdown on those voicing dissent against China's communist rulers.
· Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on sports events around the world →
* The Chinese Football Association (CFA) has drawn up three plans to complete the 2020 Chinese Super League (CSL) season, one of which would see the campaign begin in late June and finish in December.
The New York Times
· As Meatpacking Plants Reopen, Data About Worker Illness Remains Elusive →
Chinese officials have been widely criticized for not fully disclosing the extent of the virus’s spread within their borders.
· 8@eight: ASX set for more gains as mood brightens →
Chinese and Hong Kong stocks finished the day’s trade in the green yesterday, fighting back from an early swoon, while the AUD/USD edged higher.
· Meituan Dianping (MPNGF) CEO Xing Wang on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Other volume for our food delivery business declined significantly or quarter-over-quarter basis due to a strict control measures implemented by the government across the country as a result of the pandemic as well as the seasonality of Chinese New Year in particular from January 20th to February 20th.
· Morning mail: Morrison warns stimulus will end, deep ocean heating, how to spot a dunnart →
But respondents were split on whether Australia should avoid a trade war or impose its own tariffs on Chinese imports.
· Huami Radiates Deep-Value Aura →
Many US-listed Chinese stocks are still being punished because of the new Senate bill that requires them to be audited under PCAOB standards.