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BRUSSELS (AFP): Beijing's ambassador to the European Union (EU) on Thursday (June 18) rapped Brussels over plans for tougher rules for heavily-subsidised foreign companies, which would particularly target Chinese firms.
BRUSSELS (Xinhua): China will take further steps, including expanding the special fund on Covid-19 cooperation as necessary and considering donating to the United Nations Global Humanitarian Response Plan, to strengthen global cooperation and defeat the pandemic at an early date, a Chinese envoy said at the Coronavirus Global Response pledging event Monday (May 4).
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: Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Wuhan, the epicentre of the Covid-19 outbreak, the first time he has done so since the epidemic began and a sign that Beijing believes its efforts to control the virus are working.
BRUSSELS (AFP): Travel restrictions imposed on China over its virus outbreak are only fuelling "panic" and threatening attempts to resume business, the country's ambassador to the EU warned on Tuesday (Feb 18).
Following the last inversion of the US Treasury yield curve, long term Treasury yields have again dipped below those of a shorter duration, triggering alarm bells.
WASHINGTON/TOKYO: A rapidly spreading virus outbreak in China is emerging as a potentially major new risk to the global economy and leaving policymakers, still grappling with the impact of the Sino-U.S. trade war, fretting over the widening fallout.
BRUSSELS (Xinhua): The head of the Chinese Mission to the European Union (EU), Zhang Ming, denounced on Wednesday (Dec 4) US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's disinformation campaign against China and Chinese tech giant Huawei, calling it a "witch hunt".
American Factory, a new Netflix Inc documentary about a Chinese-owned factory in Ohio isn’t being screened in China. But hundreds of thousands of people have seen it anyway, sparking a debate that delves into the relationship between the world’s two largest economies.
The case for a weaker currency is clearer as the country’s growth has downshifted