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China voices firm opposition to agreements with sovereignty implications between U.S., Taiwan region: Xinhuanet
June 2, 2022

Ma Xiaoguang, a spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, on Thursday expressed firm opposition to the discussion and signing of any agreement with implications of sovereignty or of official nature between the United States and China’s Taiwan region. Click here to read…

China’s doors open to more foreign investment: Xinhuanet
June 2, 2022

Foreign investors are welcome to further expand their businesses in China and share the benefits brought by China’s development, the Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday. Ministry spokesperson Gao Feng made the statement when addressing questions concerning U.S. online retailer Amazon’s recent announcement that it will close its Kindle eBook store in China. Click here to read…

China to further shore up industrial economy: Xinhuanet
June 2, 2022

China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on Thursday pledged to strengthen support for the industrial economy despite mounting downward pressure, as part of efforts to stabilize the country’s economic fundamentals. Click here to read…

Former senior Hainan official given suspended death sentence: Xinhuanet
June 2, 2022

Tong Daochi, a former senior official of south China’s Hainan Province, was sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve on Thursday at the Shenzhen Intermediate People’s Court in south China’s Guangdong Province. Click here to read…

Senior Liaoning provincial legislator under probe: Xinhuanet
June 2, 2022

Sun Guoxiang, a vice chairman of the Standing Committee of Liaoning Provincial People’s Congress, has been put under investigation for suspected severe violations of Party disciplines and laws, an official statement said Thursday. Click here to read…

China to accelerate integration of rural e-commerce, express delivery systems: Quishi
June 2, 2022

China has issued a circular on speeding up the integration of rural e-commerce and express delivery systems to better link production and consumption between urban and rural areas. Click here to read…

CCG vessels patrol territorial waters surrounding Diaoyu Islands: China Military
June 2, 2022

The China Coast Guard (CCG) vessels, led by Vessel 2301, patrolled within China’s territorial waters surrounding the Diaoyu Islands on Thursday, according to a statement released by the CCG’s official Weibo account on June 2, 2022. Click here to read…

China kicks off construction of most advanced large unmanned ship: Global Times
June 02, 2022

China has started to build the country’s most advanced large unmanned ship, the vessel’s manufacturer announced on Wednesday. Led by the No.716 Research Institute of China State Shipbuilding Corporation Limited (CSSC), the large unmanned ship project had a ceremony to celebrate the start of its construction on Tuesday, according to a WeChat post released by the institute on Wednesday. Click here to read…

Chinese Foreign Ministry hits back at Blinken, urging US to focus on own domestic problems: Global Times
June 2, 2022

In response to the latest remarks by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken who sees China posing great challenges to the so-called rule-based international order, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson refuted those claims and urged the US to reflect on what the international order that people want rather than a US-led hegemony and groundless containment of other countries’ legitimate rights. Click here to read…

China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan railway to start construction in 2023: Kyrgyz President tells local media: Global Times
June 2, 2022

While China has kept running more than 1,000 China-Europe Railway Express trains for 24 months in row, with more new routes being constantly added, the China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan (CKU) railway, which has been in the planning for two decades, has finally received a significant boost. Once completed, the new route will further shorten the transport distance from China to Europe and to the Middle East. Click here to read…

China fires policy ammunition to support economic stabilization, with more intensive central govt meetings: Global Times
June 2, 2022

As the Chinese economy has been facing unprecedented challenges in the wake of geopolitical tensions and the domestic Omicron resurgence, the State Council and a slew of ministries under the country’s cabinet have convened key economy-stimulating meetings more frequently with intensive supportive policies since late March, with a barrage of central government meetings focusing on economic stabilization and recovery. Click here to read…

Chief procurator of Shanghai under investigation: People’s Daily
June 2, 2022

Zhang Bencai, the chief procurator of the Shanghai People’s Procuratorate in east China, is under investigation for suspected disciplinary and legal violations, according to an official statement on Wednesday. Click here to read…

China’s premier seeks export growth amid weak economy under COVID-19: Kyodo
June 2, 2022

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has urged government officials to take steps to expand exports, as the world’s second-biggest economy has become sluggish due largely to its radical “zero-COVID” policy, sources close to the matter said Thursday. Click here to read…

China ‘firmly’ opposes U.S.-Taiwan trade initiative: Reuters

June 2, 2022

China “firmly” opposes a new trade initiative between Taiwan and the United States, the Commerce Ministry said on Thursday, a plan the government in Taipei says is a recognition of the key position the island plays in global supply chains. Click here to read…

Samoan PM frowns on China’s rush deal: Taipei Times
June 3, 2022

Samoan Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata’afa has suggested it was unreasonable for China to expect a Pacific trade and security deal to be rushed through this week, as she warmly welcomed the new Australian government’s climate policy. Click here to read…

China’s draft cybersecurity rules pose risks for financial firms, lobby group warns: Reuters
June 3, 2022

China’s proposed cybersecurity rules for financial firms could pose risks to operations of western companies by making their data vulnerable to hacking, among other things, a leading lobby group has said in a letter seen by Reuters. Click here to read…

China economy: companies ‘extremely cautious’ as uncertainty hangs over business environment: South China Morning Post
June 3, 2022

Lockdowns, travel restrictions and inconsistent coronavirus controls between regions: uncertainty is haunting China’s economy, with no end in sight. There are few signs that Beijing has an exit strategy from its zero-Covid policy – at least not before the all-important 20th national congress in the second half of the year, experts say. So far, opening up measures have been piecemeal and made against a backdrop of heightened rhetoric on self-reliance and nationalism, which are fuelling concerns among foreign companies that China is turning inward. Click here to read…

Chinese mainland reports 20 new local confirmed COVID-19 cases: Xinhuanet
June 3, 2022

The Chinese mainland Thursday reported 20 locally-transmitted confirmed COVID-19 cases, including eight each in Beijing and Shanghai, according to the National Health Commission’s report Friday. Click here to read…

Rescue underway after earthquake hits China’s Sichuan: Xinhuanet
June 3, 2022

People affected by an earthquake that on Wednesday rattled the city of Ya’an, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, have begun to return to their normal lives after comprehensive rescue efforts. Click here to read…

Epidemic waning, but cases are still popping up: China Daily
June 3, 2022

The domestic COVID-19 epidemic is trending downward overall, but sporadic cases are still appearing in Beijing and Shanghai as the three-day Dragon Boat Festival holiday starts on Friday, according to authorities. Click here to read…