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LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal's decision to distance the club from midfielder Mesut Ozil's criticism of China's policy towards its Muslim Uighur minority won't surprise anyone familiar with the scramble by Europe's soccer powers for a slice of the expanding Chinese market.
The chair of a US congressional panel wrote to Alphabet's Google and to Apple on Friday to ask what if any disclosures mobile apps are required to make regarding overseas ties, a concern that follows reports of Chinese investment in popular apps such as TikTok and Grindr.
Beijing/Singapore (Dec 1, ANN): The cranes and their operators are hard at work at the former Normanton Park, preparing the 6.14ha site for a new residential estate. Home to many Singapore Armed Forces staff and their families since the 1970s, it was sold en bloc in 2017 to Chinese developer Kingsford Huray Development for S$830.1mil.
Phnom Penh (Dec 2, ANN): Two workers died and 10 others were seriously injured after an under-construction dining hall at a Cambodian temple collapsed, police said Monday (Dec 2), in the latest fatal accident to strike the kingdom's poorly regulated building sector.
HONG KONG: Investors looking for rebound candidates heading into 2020 should keep Malaysia off their lists, according to Jefferies Financial Group Inc.
BANGKOK (ANN): Thailand is likely to lose CLMV (Cambodia-Laos-Myanmar-Vietnam) markets to China in five years as this country currently has the most market share in the bloc, an economist warned on Wednesday (Nov 27).
WASHINGTON: An ambitious "phase two" trade deal between the United States and China is looking less likely as the two countries struggle to strike a preliminary "phase one" agreement, according to U.S. and Beijing officials, lawmakers and trade experts.
IT WAS December 2014, and I was on holiday with my family in Sri Lanka.
POLONARRUWA, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - Amid the lush paddy fields of central Sri Lanka, a large, state-of-the-art hospital rises between the cranes and cement mixers.
SHANGHAI: Chinese private firms are shunning the United States in their overseas expansion, and generally prefer a home listing to a U.S. initial public offering (IPO), a private survey showed on Tuesday, highlighting the trade war's impact on executive decision-making.