Saturday, October 31, 2020

China

US squeezes China’s biggest chip-maker SMIC

The US Department of Commerce has written to American suppliers of China's biggest chip manufacturer, warning them of "unprecedented risks" that their products could be used by the Chinese military.

US election 2020: Who do Russia, China, and Iran want to win?

Will the Kremlin be trying to "Keep America Great"? Is Beijing rooting for Biden? These questions are on the minds of the US intelligence community in the run-up to...

Hong Kong will stay a key financial hub, say experts

Hong Kong's status as a key Asian financial hub will remain intact according to business experts. Speaking to the BBC they said new security laws and protests are unlikely to scare off...

Huawei: MPs claim ‘clear evidence of collusion’ with the Chinese Communist Party

There is "clear evidence of collusion" between Huawei and the "Chinese Communist Party apparatus", a parliamentary inquiry has concluded. And the MPs say the government may need to bring...

China is slowing ‘permanently’ and the rest of Asia needs to adjust to the new norm, says ANZ

Asian economies need to focus on propping up their domestic economies as China’s slowdown looks like it’s here to stay, said the chief economist and head of research at Australian bank ANZ, Richard...

England’s Premier League Sues China Partner for $215 Million

England’s Premier League is suing a Chinese broadcaster for $215.3 million, saying the partner failed to make a payment for rights to show live matches from the world’s richest soccer league. The...

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