China

Alibaba Takes A Big Stake In China’s Gen Z Darling, Bilibili

Alibaba's (NYSE: BABA) Taobao recently took a 10.8% passive stake in Bilibili (NASDAQ: BILI), a Gen Z-oriented digital platform in China. The investment makes Alibaba one of Bilibil's top stakeholders alongside Tencent (NASDAQOTH: TCEHY), which...
Related topics: US Equity Markets, Nasdaq

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3 Major Threats China Poses To The Us

China is a mass of contradictions. Intellectual property thief. America’s largest trading partner. Home to 476 billionaires. Choked with air and water pollution. A rapidly aging population. And leadership eager to project its national will. I...

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Apple Roundup: China, Services, App Store, Pullstring & More

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Related topics: Apple's App Store, Apple (AAPL), Amazon, Amazon (AMZN)

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Trump Says No 'magical Date' For Imposing More Tariffs On China    

President Donald Trump says there is no "magical date" for reaching a trade deal with China, suggesting again the March 1 deadline for new tariffs could be pushed up. "I think the talks are going very well," Trump told reporters at the White House...
Related topics: Donald Trump, White House

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[stewart Baker] How To Draft An Executive Order On Alien Abductions

Episode 251 of the Cyberlaw PodcastThe backlash against Big Tech dominates this episode, as we cover new regulatory initiatives in the US, EU, Israel, Russia, and China. The misbegotten link tax and upload filter provisions of the EU copyright...
Related topics: Israel, Russia, Taxes

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China Is Now Censoring What Movies Come Out In Other Countries, Too

Artists working under authoritarian governments often face a heart-wrenching choice between three not-so-appealing options: Cooperate with the censors, defy them, or flee to a country with a more permissive political climate. For Chinese filmmakers,...

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Stock Market Today: Earnings Leave Walmart Up, Hsbc Down

Major stock market indexes climbed on Tuesday as the U.S. and China moved forward with their latest round of trade talks, sparking optimism the two countries might ease global economic volatility. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI)...
Related topics: Wal-Mart Stores, HSBC

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When Surveillance Meets Incompetence

Last week brought an extraordinary demonstration of the dangers of operating a surveillance state — especially a shabby one, as China’s apparently is. An unsecured database exposed millions of records of Chinese Muslims being tracked via...

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Expect China To Invade Taiwan, Okinawa In Near Future - Retired Japanese General

Lt. Gen. Kunio Orita, a retired general with Japan's Air Self-Defense Force, recently raised eyebrows when he claimed China would invade Taiwan and Okinawa by 2025 and 2045, respectively.
Related topics: Taiwan, Japan

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Russia To China: Together We Can Rule The World

A new eye-opening op-ed in Politico brings fresh realism to the fact that "Europe’s obsession with Russia is unrequited" as "Moscow just isn’t interested in the Continent anymore." Because instead it's now "all about China" from Moscow's...
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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Gold Prices Jump To A 10-month High

From Myra P. Saefong & Rachel Koning Baels: Gold futures firmed Tuesday, looking to log their highest finish since April, as the stock market assumed a defensive stance ahead of the next round of talks in the U.S.-China trade spat. Financial...
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Tuesday Assorted Links

1. Markets in everything: UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 2. Venture Research. 3. Purely evidence-based policy does not exist. 4. Ender’s Game in China. 5. The diffusion of military surrender. 6. South Korean cyberfunerals, the ultimate right to...
Related topics: Military

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Harassment On Chinese Soil Is Normal, But Now The Government Has Taken It To The Next Level In A...

Professor Anne-Marie Brady has known for 25 years how much the People’s Republic of China hates professors whose research comes up with conclusions that don’t reflect well on the regime. She’s faced pressure and harassment. But that pressure...

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Us-china Talks Set In Washington: Etfs In Focus

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Trump Gets To Celebrate A Major Economic Milestone Soon. But Threats Lurk Nearby.

President Donald Trump this summer may be able to fire up his Twitter account and claim credit for overseeing the longest economic expansion in American history.He just needs to avoid escalating his trade war with China, stoking a fight over the...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Social Media

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The Daily Business Briefing: February 19, 2019

1. A new round of U.S.-China trade talks starts Tuesday in Washington. The discussions come after negotiations last week in Beijing, which both sides said resulted in progress. Lower-level officials will kick off the latest round of talks with...
Related topics: Beijing

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Bad Policy Begets Insecurity

The New York Times is reporting a major spike in aggressive cyber attacks by Iran and China against businesses and government agencies in the United States. “[S]ecurity experts believe,” the Times reports, that the renewed cyber attacks “have...
Related topics: Iran

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7th Round Of Us-china Trade Talks Begins Tuesday In Washington

With the US's deadline for increasing tariffs on $200 billion of imported Chinese goods swiftly approaching, a Chinese delegation has arrived in the US to begin another round of trade talks on Tuesday, according to Reuters. What will be, by the...
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Amazon Is Reportedly Merging Its China Import Unit With Netease

You’d be forgiven for not knowing Amazon has operated in China for more than a decade, but perhaps not for much longer. The company is reportedly in talks to merge its China-based import business with local peer Kaola, the cross-border...
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'last Boat Out Of Shanghai': The Chinese Who Fled Mao's Revolution

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the communist revolution in China. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Helen Zia, who wrote a book about the Chinese who fled the revolution.
Related topics: Shanghai, Anniversaries

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