Tag: China

China Is Buying Up Record Chunks of Japan’s Debt Mountain

China went on a record-buying spree of Japanese bonds over the summer months, snapping up $20.9 billion of the low-yielding debt to spur talk that it’s diversifying reserves. The 2.2…

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China Is Loading Up a Five-Year Warning Shot to the U.S.

Investors are rooting for industrial companies, but China’s 14th five-year plan could bring a lot more stress to a post-Covid-19 global economy attempting a recovery. The world should watch carefully…

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Following the resumption of international flights in Lagos and Abuja airports from Saturday, investigations  have revealed that there will be about 15,000 passengers flying into the country weekly. The Federal…

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Indian Government Bans 100 Chinese Apps

  A further 118 Chinese mobile apps have been banned by the Indian government, as tensions between the two countries continue to rise. Those on the list include several of…

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India accuses China of ‘provocative military movements’ on border

India on Monday accused Chinese troops of taking "provocative" actions near a disputed border high in the Himalayas, violating previous deals between the two nuclear-armed rivals intended to ease tensions…

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China makes proposal to U.S. to solve accounting dispute

China is proposing to let U.S. regulators audit its state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in a concession aimed at solving their long-running accounting dispute, but would insist on redacting some information on…

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China Makes Concessions in Call for Talks on U.S. Audit Standoff

China says it has made concessions in proposing to let U.S. regulators to audit some of its most sensitive companies and is calling for direct talks to solve a years-long…

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The Chinese Scientist Who Sequenced the First COVID-19 Genome Speaks Out About the Controversies Surrounding His Work

Zhang believes science holds the key to predicting viral outbreaks with similar accuracy as with which we now anticipate typhoons and tornadoes. “If we don’t learn lessons from this disease,”…

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China Is desperate for Imported Farm Goods Amid Demand Recovery

China boosted imports of farm goods ranging from corn to pork to sorghum last month, signaling a demand recovery for protein in the world’s most-populous nation. Imports of corn, used…

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Despite U.S.-Led Boycott, China’s Huawei Strengthens Hold on Africa

Even as Europeans and Asians join Trump’s ban, the Chinese company continues to prosper from the continent’s move toward 5G. A year ago in June, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa…

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