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GUWAHATI, India (Reuters) - A northeastern Indian state that has for years been a big transit point for illicit drugs originating in neighbouring Myanmar has launched a massive crackdown on the trade, seizing record amounts and arresting nearly 2,000 people since May.
Chinese electric carmaker Li Auto made a secondary listing in Hong Kong, though its value fell with investors increasingly jittery over China's regulatory clampdown on tech companies.
KUALA LUMPUR: The political worries besetting the country continued to weigh on the stock market, sending the FBM KLCI down below the key 1,500 again.
China’s biggest gaming company, Tencent Holdings, said Tuesday it will limit gaming time for minors and ban children under age 12 from making in-game purchases after a state media article called games “spiritual opium”.
BEIJING: China’s securities regulator called for talks with its American counterpart after the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) halted the initial public offerings (IPOs) of Chinese companies amid nearly a US$1 trillion (RM4.22 trillion) share selloff.
PEOPLE who have invested heavily on China stocks in the past two years must be wondering when did it all start to go wrong? After all, China did celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party recently on July 1.
KAMPALA (Reuters) - A move by Uganda's government to install digital tracking devices on vehicles to help fight rampant crime has been denounced by rights advocates and the opposition who say it will be used to monitor activists, government opponents and critics.
Education technology firms are scrambling to restructure and adjust to new regulation for the industry in China, after the government launched a sweeping crackdown.
BEIJING (Reuters): Chinese billionaire Sun Dawu was sentenced to 18 years in jail on Wednesday (July 28) for crimes including "picking quarrels and provoking trouble" and illegally occupying farmland, a court said, the latest stiff punishment of an outspoken corporate boss.
Beijing on July 28 told Tencent and other tech developers to address “harassing” pop-up windows on their apps, in the latest salvo in China’s battle against the sector.