ニュースの中での Crackdown

出版物および例文

Malay Mail
· Trump sounds warning over Hong Kong’s future  
WASHINGTON, May 27 — US President Donald Trump yesterday warned that Hong Kong could lose its status as a global financial centre if a proposed Chinese crackdown goes ahead, and promised a “very interesting” US response within days.
Al Jazeera
· Trump hints at action against China over Hong Kong security law  
Separately, the US House of Representatives is expected on Wednesday to approve legislation to toughen Washington's response to China's crackdown on its Uighur Muslim minority, sending it to Trump's desk, congressional sources said.
The Guardian
· Hong Kong crisis: Trump warns China he will take action as protests loom  
One 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 Beijing.
The New York Times
· A Car Salesman, a Macedonian Ex-Minister and a $45 Million Mask Scheme  
On March 22, while listening to a White House news conference, Mr. Romano exchanged text messages with one of his co-conspirators, writing that the government’s crackdown on people hoarding supplies was “not promising for us.”
Seeking Alpha
· Stocks rally but trim gains as new China tensions arise  
According to a Bloomberg report, the Trump administration is considering a range of sanctions on Chinese officials, businesses and institutions in response to China's democracy crackdown in Hong Kong.
CNA
· Hong Kong 'hard to see' as finance hub if China takes over: White House  
WASHINGTON, DC: US President Donald Trump on Tuesday (May 26) warned that Hong Kong could lose its status as a global financial centre if a proposed Chinese crackdown goes ahead, as the territory's leader tried to reassure nervous investors.
Seeking Alpha
· Wynn: Breakout To $100 Coming As Pressure Builds To Break Macau Travel Bans  
But I'll start with 2015, the great Beijing crackdown on the Macau VIP sector, which is the foundational strength of Wynn properties that produce 70% of corporate revenues.