China will allow foreign airlines to resume some flights

Facing pressure from the United States, China made rare concessions on Thursday, allowing the United States and other foreign airlines to resume some Chinese routes. Less than 24 hours ago, the Trump administration threatened to ban Chinese flights to the United States.

HSBC Holdings supports China in implementing new national security laws in Hong Kong

An executive of HSBC Holdings signed a petition to support China's implementation of security laws against Hong Kong, showing that the bank is on the side of Beijing in the battle surrounding Hong Kong's future.

Shipping industry executives: China cancels shipments of some US agricultural products

According to maritime industry executives, as tensions between China and the United States have intensified as a result of China's handling of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong and the new crown epidemic, many Chinese state-owned enterprises have cancelled some shipments from US agricultural exporters.

PBOC said the impact of the epidemic was greater than expected, and plan to increase policy support

The deputy governor of the People's Bank of China said that the impact of the new crown epidemic on China's economy is greater than expected, and the bank will provide more monetary policy support to promote growth and support the job market.

Breaking up with China, is the US ready to pay for this?

If the "decoupling" continues to advance, more federal funds may be needed for basic research, and American consumers will have to pay more for luxury security and diversified supply chains.

Trump threatens to punish China, may cause backfire

US President Trump said his government will refuse to issue visas to Chinese citizens who are believed to be a threat to US security, strengthen the review of Chinese companies listed in the US, and cancel the special treatment granted to Hong Kong. However, punitive measures may strengthen Beijing's determination to fight back.

The Chinese economy is worse than it looks

After ending the blockade imposed by the new crown epidemic, China's economy has taken the lead in recovering, which may be one of the reasons why the Chinese government has recently taken a tough stance on diplomacy. But a closer look at China's labor market will reveal some problems in the recovery process.

China does not set economic growth targets may bring shocks to the globe

China is shifting from focusing on achieving specific and rapid economic expansion to focusing on other goals. The global economy may feel the resulting impact, as this shift will weaken China ’s demand for global services, manufactured goods and natural resources.

Chinese travel giant Ctrip is still in trouble

Tourism is one of the first industries to be hit by the new crown epidemic, and it may take the longest time to recover. China's online travel giant Ctrip Group's profit fell sharply in the first quarter, and revenue fell 42% year-on-year. The worse news is that the company expects revenue to fall 67% to 77% in the second quarter.

NetEase and advance plans for secondary listing in Hong Kong

People familiar with the matter said to The Wall Street Journal that the listing plans of online gaming company NetEase and e-commerce platform operator will be reviewed by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange Listing Committee on Thursday.

Pompeo determined that Hong Kong no longer has a high degree of autonomy

US Secretary of State Pompeo said on Wednesday that the US State Department determined that Hong Kong no longer has a high degree of autonomy. This statement may disturb Hong Kong, a global financial center, and will undoubtedly anger Beijing.

Trump believes China's takeover of Hong Kong will threaten its status as a financial center

White House Press Secretary McNee said on Tuesday that US President Trump was dissatisfied with China ’s efforts to crack down on Hong Kong, adding that he believed that "if China takes over Hong Kong, it will be difficult to see how Hong Kong can maintain its status as a financial center."

Economic growth is still crucial for employment and poverty eradication

Although the Chinese government has not set a growth target for 2020, Ning Jizhe, director of the National Bureau of Statistics of China, said that economic growth is still crucial for the country to create sufficient jobs and eliminate poverty.

Why is the debt-ridden China Evergrande buying back shares?

This year's situation is not conducive to companies repurchasing stocks. But there are exceptions, that is China Evergrande Group, China's largest real estate developer. The company has repurchased shares several times this month, during which time the stock price has risen 21%.

China plans to implement a new national security legal system in Hong Kong

As Beijing seeks to quell Hong Kong's extensive pro-democracy demonstrations, China has hinted that it will implement a new national security legal system in Hong Kong, which is a blow to Hong Kong's autonomy.

Chinese companies may be forced to abandon listing in the US

According to legislation passed by the US Senate on Wednesday, Chinese companies may be forced to abandon listing on the US stock exchange.

The US sanctions a Chinese logistics company, accusing it of being associated with Iranian Mahan Air

The United States imposed sanctions on the Chinese logistics company Shanghai Saint Logistics, saying it was a blacklisted agent for Mahan Air.

China pledges to provide US $2 billion in epidemic assistance

Chinese President Xi Jinping used a World Health Organization summit to fight for global epidemic leadership, pledged to provide $ 2 billion in aid to the epidemic, especially to Africa, and supported the agency in the battle between WHO and the United States.