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Lockdown stance helps to push Brent crude to lowest level since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
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A report released Tuesday says china now beats the U.S. in the quantity and quality of academic research. U.S. lawmakers passed the $280 billion CHIPS and Science Act out of a fear that china was about to overtake the U.S. in scientific and technolog ...
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Taipei insists Beijing ‘can’t dictate how democratic Taiwan makes friends’
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Live, rolling coverage of business, economics and financial markets as industrial production and retail sales growth slow in world’s second largest economy
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Retail sales and industrial output lower than forecast, with fears that china could miss its annual growth target for first time since 2015
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US delegation arrived for talks with Tsai Ing-wen, less than two weeks after US House speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taipei
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Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has met with a delegation of U.S. Congress members, in a further sign of support among American lawmakers for the self-governing island that china claims as its own territory
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Huawei Technologies (HWT.UL) said on Friday its first-half net profit more than halved as a difficult economy curtailed demand from customers, compounding woes brought by U.S. technology restrictions.
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The industry veteran said his decision to join a mainland company tarnished his reputation in Taiwan, despite receiving the blessings of TSMC’s founder.
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While inflation and recession fears weigh heavily on the minds of voters, another issue is popping up in political campaigns from the U_K_ and Australia to the U_S_ and beyond: the “china threat.”
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Taxpayers spent $15 million on research to build a breakthrough battery. Then the U.S. government gave it to china.
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At a time when he wants to project stability, china’s president is grappling with a long-term crisis over Taiwan, a faltering economy and ongoing Covid outbreaks
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A ByteDance spokesperson confirmed to Forbes the company employs people "who have previously worked in government or state media positions in china."
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‘UK turned a blind eye to US’s provocation and violation while groundlessly criticising countermeasures china has taken for the sake of defending justice’
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While Seoul experienced torrential downpours, rainfall levels are down in china’s Yangtse River basin
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Kelly Wu-Chiao Hsieh called for operations to uphold the ‘median line’ in the Taiwan Strait in response to china’s military exercises
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china has renewed its threat to attack Taiwan following almost a week of war games near the island, amid international condemnation and a stinging rebuke from the self-governing democracy's government
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The planned gala reception is in stark contrast to the low-key audience afforded Joe Biden in June, as ties between china and the kingdom grow closer
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Between 2018 and 2020 china published 23.4% of the world’s scientific papers, eclipsing the US
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