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'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.

China suspends import of chicken meat from an outbreak factory at Tyson Foods

Chinese authorities have suspended the export of chicken products from a factory owned by Tyson Foods to China. The reason given by Chinese officials is that someone in the factory was infected with the new coronavirus.

The integration of China's film streaming industry is worth looking forward

According to a Reuters report on Tuesday, Tencent intends to become the largest shareholder of its video streaming competitor iQiyi. In the movie streaming industry, despite the increase in subscriptions, it is not easy to achieve profits, so the cooperation between the two major service providers will be of great significance.

The EU takes measures to reduce the influence of China and the United States in their economies

The EU's plan to increase its resistance to foreign companies receiving subsidies signifies that the EU has greatly strengthened its efforts to maintain "strategic autonomy" in the face of China and the United States while defending its own economic interests.

Beijing epidemic response level increased to level 2 and a large number of flights were cancelled

Beijing authorities adjusted the city’s public health emergency response level to level two and canceled a large number of flights in and out of Beijing. At the time of this initiative, Beijing was trying to curb the clustered infections associated with the wholesale markets for meat and agricultural products.

The number of Chinese consumer loan arrears has soared

In January this year, the new crown epidemic began to spread in China. Many people were trapped in their homes for several months. They suffered salary cuts or unemployment, and the number of consumer loan arrears continued to increase. Now, lenders are stepping up recovery of debt owed by these borrowers.

Chinese car sales rebound for the second consecutive month

China's auto sales in May achieved double-digit percentage growth, and the release of suppressed demand and promotional activities prolonged the sales rebound in April.

Chinese companies are trying to avoid bond defaults

Although the Chinese economy has contracted for the first time in decades, Chinese companies are avoiding bond defaults or minimizing bond defaults by asking bondholders to extend their repayment time, waiving their right to resell bonds in advance or switching to new terms. Long securities.

Russian negotiators do not think China will join the three-party nuclear weapons agreement Trump seeks

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Ryabkov said on Tuesday that Moscow will not pressure China to participate in the upcoming arms control negotiations between US and Russian negotiators, and he also does not expect China to attend the negotiations.

U.S. considers listing more Chinese media agencies in the U.S. as foreign missions

According to informed sources, the US State Department is considering identifying the second batch of five Chinese official media branches in the United States as foreign missions in the next few days.

US lawmakers propose legislation to prevent China and other countries from taking research results from American universities

The US senator has taken new legislative action, seeking to strengthen the power of federal agencies to supervise and punish schools and scientists, with a view to preventing China and other countries from stealing US taxpayer-funded university research.

China reactivates Shanghai-London Stock Connect, approved China Pacific Insurance to list in London

The China Securities Regulatory Commission has approved China Pacific Insurance's plan to sell global depository receipts in London, which indicates that cooperation between the UK and Shanghai stock markets has restarted.