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Both China And America Played A Role In Building Saudi Arabia's Missile Forces

Sebastien Roblin Saudi Arabia, Middle East The little-known history of Saudi Arabia's missile arsenal.  Here's What You Need to Remember: Denied access to U.S. ballistic missiles, Riyadh instead went knocking at the door of Beijing—which had...
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Ant Group Is Opening Its Consumer Credit Data Trove To Beijing

China’s effort to get its tech giants to open up their stores of consumer data is yielding results.The company’s virtual credit card service Huabei, part of Chinese fintech giant Ant Group, said yesterday (Sept. 22) it will share its credit...
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Chinese Foreign Minister Urges G20 To Lift Unilateral Sanctions Against Afghanistan

BEIJING (Sputnik) - Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has called on G20 member states to lift unilateral sanctions against Afghanistan and stop using Kabul's foreign exchange reserves as an instrument of pressure.
Related topics: Afghanistan, China, Kabul

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What To Know About The Property Developer Dragging Down World Markets

As a payment deadline looms, Beijing isn't expected to facilitate a "bailout."
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Find Stocks To Buy With This New Analyst Coverage Screener

The S&P 500 dropped 1.7% on Monday, for its worst showing since May. The fall followed worries about growing troubles in China’s property market as Beijing is increasingly focused on reining in various industries.Monday’s downturn is...
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The Chinese Navy Doesn't Intend To Repeat Its History

James Holmes China, Asia-Pacific A Chinese fleet was once defeated by a patchwork Japanese force. Beijing won't let it happen again. Here's What You Need To Remember: Losing to imperial navies such Great Britain’s Royal Navy, as imperial China...
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The 1962 Thirty-day War Between China And Russia

Robert Farley China-India War, Asia Beijing had no apparent interest in administering a significant portion of Indian territory. Here's What You Need to Remember:T he war did not settle the fundamental issues that divided India and China, as Delhi...
Related topics: China, Russia, India, New Delhi

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How Evergrande Became Too Big To Fail And Why Beijing Will Have To Bail It Out

How Evergrande Became Too Big To Fail And Why Beijing Will Have To Bail It Out While the world is obsessing with the fate of Evergrande, and more importantly when, or if, Beijing will bail it out, another just as interesting question is...
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Didi Executive Plans To Step Down As Chinese Tech Giants Rattled By Crackdown

Didi Executive Plans To Step Down As Chinese Tech Giants Rattled By Crackdown Once again on Monday, markets re-focused on Beijing as the CCP scrambled to deal with the teetering developer Evergrande. But elsewhere, Didi co-founder and...
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A Thousand Buckets Of Sand In The Gears

Jordan Schneider rejoins us after too long an absence to summarize the tech policy coming out of Beijing today:  In essence, just about any Chinese government agency with a beef against a tech company has carte blanche to at least try it out. From...
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After Merkel: What Role For Germany On Global Stage?

As Germany prepares to elect a new leader in elections scheduled for September 26, Chancellor Angela Merkel's successor will face a series of immediate geopolitical challenges. Among the most pressing is the rise of China. Beijing’s economic...
Related topics: Angela Merkel, Germany, China

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Japan Wants Quad Navies To Hold Malabar Naval Drills In South China Sea

The 'Quadrilateral Security Dialogue', comprising Australia, India, Japan and the US, has been described as an 'Asian NATO' by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, with Beijing viewing the bloc as a Washington-led effort to contain China. Last year,...
Related topics: Japan, China, Australia, India, Nato

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One Chinese Billionaire Has Lost $27 Billion In Personal Wealth During Beijing's Tech Crackdown

YouTube Pinduoduo founder Colin Huang has seen $27 billion evaporate from his personal coffers in 2021, the worst loss of wealth of anyone in the world this year, according to Bloomberg. Huang's losses dwarf even those of Evergrande founder Xu...
Related topics: China, Bloomberg

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Treat Cptpp As An Opportunity

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn This caught my eye: China has applied to join an Asia-Pacific trade pact once pushed by the U.S. as a way to isolate Beijing and solidify American dominance in the region.The country submitted a formal application...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, China

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Hong Kong’s First ‘patriots-only’ Election Kicks Off

“Fewer than 5,000 Hong Kong people from mostly pro-establishment circles began voting on Sunday for candidates to an election committee, vetted as loyal to Beijing, who will pick the city’s next China-backed leader and some of its...
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Us-china Influence Rivalry Moves Into Beijing's Backyard

As China spreads its influence across Asia with its Belt and Road infrastructure projects, the United States is striking back with a major development project right in China's backyard: Mongolia.   U.S. Ambassador Michael Klecheski and Mongolian...
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Pla Slams Us As 'destroyer Of Peace' After American Warship Sails Through Taiwan Strait

The US-China tensions over Taiwan, seen by Beijing as its breakaway province, began escalating again shortly after President Joe Biden's inauguration in January. Both China and the US have repeatedly deployed naval and air power to the Taiwan Strait...
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Blinken Deletes Tweet Backing People Of Hong Kong

Secretary of State Antony Blinken deleted a tweet that said the United States would “stand with the people of Hong Kong”, a post in which he accused Beijing of weakening the city’s long-term political stability, the South China Morning Post...
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Over 150 Tonnes Of Chinese Vodka Spilled As Result Of Sichuan Earthquake, Reports Suggest

BEIJING (Sputnik) - More than 150 tonnes of baijiu spilled at the warehouse of a wine company in Sichuan province in southwestern China due to a recent earthquake, the Wangyi Chinese news portal stated on 17 September.
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China Applies To Join Cptpp Trade Pact - Boasts Its leadership will Leave Us "increasingly...

China Applies To Join CPTPP Trade Pact - Boasts Its Leadership Will Leave US "Increasingly Isolated" In a hugely symbolic move sure to have lasting consequences for any future Washington efforts to isolate Beijing, China has filed...
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