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BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): The General Administration of Customs is working on a number of measures, including rules of origin of imported and exported goods, to help domestic companies cut costs and sustain trade under the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership framework, government officials said on Thursday (July 29).
(Reuters) - Broadcasters will not be taking home any gold medals for how many people have watched the Tokyo Olympic Games so far.
HONG KONG (AFP): Equities fell in Asia on Friday (July 30) morning, setting them up to end a volatile week on a negative note as China's regulatory crackdown continued to spook investors.
MANILA (Bloomberg): Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin agreed there’s room to strengthen relations as the Pentagon chief vowed a deeper role in Asia amid lingering tension in the South China Sea.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China has submitted a proposal to the World Health Organization for the second phase of the Covid-19 origin study in an effort to support and coordinate with the organisation in tracing the origins of the virus globally, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Thursday (July 29).
TOKYO (Reuters) - Heavy rain and thunder across Tokyo forced organisers to delay the start of the BMX racing semi-finals at the Tokyo Olympics on Friday morning, as they scrambled to remove water from the course.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The women's 100 metres preliminary heats kicked-off the track and field portion of the Tokyo Games on Friday at a spectator-less Olympic Stadium.
BEIJING: China’s new ambassador to the United States, who arrived in the country on Wednesday, pledged to work to get bilateral relations back on track amid a period fraught with tension.
HONG KONG: China’s securities regulator has held a meeting with executives of top global investment banks with an aim to calm financial markets nerves, sources told Reuters.