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US Senate passes bill to sanction Chinese officials on Hong Kong issue

The US Senate unanimously passed a bipartisan bill on Thursday that will impose sanctions on Chinese officials who endanger Hong Kong’s limited autonomy, as well as banks and companies with whom they have dealings. The bill will now be signed by the president.

Chinese crude oil futures are attracting more interest from international investors

The interest of foreign companies and investors in China's crude oil futures is heating up, which has promoted a project. The Chinese government hopes that the project will increase the attractiveness of the renminbi and shake the dollar’s ​​influence on global commodity pricing.

Australia formulates a national defense reform plan focusing on balancing China

Australia is undergoing military reforms with a view to building a larger and more powerful military focused on the Indo-Pacific region, and balancing China’s growing influence and military power in the region.

US warns companies with supply chains in China may be involved in human rights violations

The United States warns that companies with suppliers or customers in China may face legal and reputational risks related to human rights violations in China. This is one of the broad measures taken by the Trump administration to restrict business relations with China.

The United States restricts visas for CCP officials on Hong Kong issues

The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday that China has decided to impose visa restrictions on US personnel who perform badly on issues involving Hong Kong. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the move was in response to the US announcement last week that it would sanction Chinese officials involved in undermining Hong Kong’s autonomy. This has intensified the tension between China and the United States on the issue of limited autonomy in Hong Kong.

The report finds that China's dominant position in the field of rare earths makes the United States vulnerable

According to a new report by US researchers, China regards its dominant position in the field of strategic rare earth minerals as a bargaining chip against the West, including in trade disputes with the United States.

China approves new vaccine based on advanced gene technology to enter clinical trials

A research institute operated by the Chinese military has been approved to conduct human clinical trials on a new vaccine developed using advanced genetic technology, which is a significant breakthrough for China's rapidly growing pharmaceutical industry.

U.S. tries to drive Chinese security equipment manufacturer Nuctech out of Europe

According to documents and people familiar with the matter, the United States is targeting Nuctech, China's largest security equipment manufacturer, saying its expanding business in Europe poses a threat to Western security and business.

China's new epidemic prevention regulations are boycotted by overseas food exporters

To curb the second outbreak of the new epidemic, China is tightening restrictions on food imports, but these measures have been boycotted by government agencies in countries where major food exporters are located.

Senate passes bill that will sanction Chinese officials, companies and banks on Hong Kong’s national security laws

The US Senate unanimously passed a bipartisan bill that would impose sanctions on Chinese officials, companies and banks that erode Hong Kong’s autonomy.

When the epidemic rages, can Alibaba's Chinese counterparts seize the opportunity?

Investors are betting that China’s relatively small e-commerce companies are grabbing market share from market leader Alibaba. The question now is whether these e-commerce companies can also achieve profit growth.

After the new epidemic, how should the United States make allies and influence China?

To ensure the growth and economic security of the United States, an objective assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of China and the United States is required.

U.S. imposes restrictions on more Chinese media agencies

The Trump administration will impose restrictions on four other Chinese official media agencies as part of a broader conflict around the media between the United States and China that has led to the expulsion of American journalists from China.

China prosecuted two detained Canadians for espionage

Chinese prosecutors formally prosecuted Kang Mingkai and Sparf, Canadian citizens who have been detained for more than 18 months, for espionage. The outside world generally believes that China's arrest of these two people is in retaliation for Canada's arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou.