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Chinese tycoon Ren Zhiqiang goes missing after criticising Beijing’s response to coronavirus outbreak
Friends of former property mogul and Communist Party critic say they have not heard from him for several days‘Organisations responsible should say what happened as soon as possible,’ friend says
BEIJING (Reuters) - An influential former Chinese property executive who called President Xi Jinping a "clown" over a speech he made last month about the government's efforts to battle the coronavirus has gone missing, three of his friends told Reuters.
BEIJING: Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Saturday (March 14) that China firmly supports the European Union (EU) in its fight against the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
BEIJING/WASHINGTON: The US State Department has summoned the Chinese ambassador to the United States to protest against comments by Beijing suggesting the US military might have brought the coronavirus to Wuhan, as tensions between the two global powers over the outbreak intensified.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department summoned the Chinese ambassador to the United States on Friday to protest against comments by Beijing suggesting the U.S. military might have brought the coronavirus to Wuhan, as tensions between the two global powers over the outbreak intensified.
BEIJING (Reuters) - As Xi Jinping toured the coronavirus-stricken city of Wuhan this week, setting the tone for an official narrative that China will win a "People's War", numerous social media users went to extraordinary lengths to make an alternative voice heard.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): To stabilise domestic consumption, a major growth driver that has been dampened by the novel coronavirus outbreak, China must come up with more policy measures, including the issue of special government bonds that can increase fiscal spending and boost demand, economists said on Thursday (March 12).
SHANGHAI: China’s electric carmakers need to return production to normal levels in the next few months to prevent a bigger hit to supply chains already pressured by an unprecedented plunge in auto sales, according to the country’s third-biggest producer of batteries for the sector.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The global coronavirus pandemic could be over by June if countries mobilise to fight it, a senior Chinese medical adviser said on Thursday, as China declared the peak had passed there and new cases in Hubei fell to single digits for the first time.