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Blinken to say China strategy is about rules-based order, not ‘new Cold War’

FX Empire 26 May 2022
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States does not seek to sever China from the global economy, but wants Beijing to adhere to international rules, U.S ... The Biden administration has sought to capitalize on fresh solidarity with allies spurred by Russia’s war in Ukraine and its “no-limits” partnership with China announced just weeks before the Feb.
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Blinken to say China strategy is about rules-based order, not 'new Cold War'

Hong Kong Standard 26 May 2022
The United States does not seek to sever China from the global economy, but wants Beijing to adhere to international rules, U.S ... But his administration has sought to capitalize on fresh solidarity with allies spurred by the Ukraine crisis and the "no-limits" partnership China announced with Moscow just weeks before the Feb.
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PLA conducts exercises near Taiwan

China Daily 26 May 2022
"Taiwan is part of China ... On Monday, US President Joe Biden said during his visit to Tokyo, Japan, that the US would intervene militarily to defend Taiwan, a statement that was seen as a violation by Washington of its commitment to the one-China principle and a fresh challenge to China's core interests ... "Taiwan is part of China.
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Joe Biden vows to deepen America’s ties with South Korea

Economist 26 May 2022
Big items on the agenda aimed to assure allies of America’s commitment to countering China’s increasing heft in the region ... Memories are still fresh of China’s economic boycott of South Korea following the deployment of an American missile-defence system there in 2017.
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“New packaging method allows Chilean fruits to be more competitive in Chinese market”

Fresh Plaza 26 May 2022
But China is a different story. In China, the best sales are in wholesale markets rather than in the supermarkets ... Just Fruit delivered 35,000 boxes (4.5 kg) of grapes to China by air in the past few weeks ... “In China, consumers like to have fruit with a fresh appearance, so growers sometimes pick out the bloom from the grapes.
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How Xi Jinping is damaging China’s economy

Economist 26 May 2022
Over the past 20 years China has been the biggest and most reliable source of growth in the world economy ... Now, however, China’s economy is in danger ... \nAfter nearly two months the lockdown of Shanghai is easing, but China is far from being covid-free, with fresh outbreaks in Beijing and Tianjin.
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Dell results surpass estimates on strong PC demand; shares jump

Metro USA 26 May 2022
Dell’s results come at a time when technology companies are battling a global chip shortage and supply chain disruptions made worse by the Ukraine war and fresh lockdowns in China ... Net income from continuing operations rose to $1.07 billion from $659 million a year earlier ... .
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Game Theory Predicts Biden Is About to Make a Big Move with China

Politico 26 May 2022
Washington and the world Game Theory Predicts Biden Is About to Make a Big Move with China ... and China would take in their economic rivalry ... actions toward China with the lightest being removing all tariffs immediately and the harshest hitting Beijing immediately with a fresh round of sanctions without even bothering to seek industry input.
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Dell revenue zooms past expectations on strong PC demand

FX Empire 26 May 2022
The company also posted a 62% jump in quarterly profit as businesses continue to heavily invest in remote-working equipment and consumers upgrade their devices. Its results come at a time when technology companies are battling a global chip shortage and supply chains disruptions, made worse by the Ukraine war and fresh lockdowns in China ... Sign Up.
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Rising supply of nickel intermediary products could ease tightness

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 25 May 2022
China’s imports of MHP (mixed hydroxide precipitate) and matte hit a ...
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Xi speaks with UN rights chief as Xinjiang row rages

The Manila Times 25 May 2022
Chinese President Xi Jinping held a video call with United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Wednesday as she visits Xinjiang during a mission overshadowed by fresh allegations of Uyghur abuses and fears she is being used as a public relations tool.
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Stocks fall, spooked by gloomy outlook

The Jordan Times 25 May 2022
It comes amid concerns over the impact of China's COVID-19 restrictions on the world's second-largest economy after the United States ... In China, Beijing's announcement of a fresh raft of measures to stimulate the economy did little to calm investors' nerves. China's economy has taken a hit from Beijing's zero-COVID approach to the pandemic.
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Xi Jinping speaks with UN rights chief as Xinjiang row rages

The Times of India 25 May 2022
Chinese President Xi Jinping held a video call with UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet on Wednesday, as she visits Xinjiang during a mission overshadowed by fresh allegations of Uyghur abuses and fears she is being used as a public relations tool ... China vehemently denies the allegations, calling them the "lie of the century".
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China set to meet employment challenges

China Daily 25 May 2022
College graduates in China will face some unprecedented challenges this year in finding a job due to the imbalance between job opportunities and the number of candidates ... In short, the demand for new employees is low in China because of the changing international environment and the impacts of the pandemic.
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Young people inject fresh impetus into rural areas of China’s Xinjiang

People Daily 25 May 2022
Many young people are fully leveraging the latest technologies and their talents in the rural areas of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, making farm production more efficient and injecting a fresh impetus into the region’s countryside.

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