New York stock exchange delists Chinese telecoms firms
The New York stock exchange has begun the process of delisting three Chinese telecoms companies as it seeks to comply with an order by the Trump administration barring investment in firms with ties to the Chinese military.
China confirms first case of UK coronavirus variant
China has confirmed its first case of a new coronavirus variant that was recently detected in Britain, health officials said.
China's Sinopharm says vaccine 79% effective against Covid-19
Phase 3 trials of a Sinopharm coronavirus vaccine found it was 79 percent effective, the Chinese pharma giant said Wednesday, lower than rival jabs developed by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna but a potential breakthrough in the battle to stem the pandemic in Asia.
Wuhan virus cases may be 10 times higher than reported: China health study
The number of coronavirus cases in the Chinese city where the pathogen was first detected may have been 10 times higher than official figures suggest, according to a study by health authorities in Wuhan.
US tightens noose on Chinese companies
In the last days of his presidential term in the US, Donald Trump is sparing no moment to cut China to size. He has signed a bill that could lead to the delisting of Chinese companies like Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, Baidu, Pinduoduo, PetroChina and others from US exchanges.
China could be designated as perpetrator of Genocide in Xinjiang
France has become the first country to oppose the proposed Comprehensive Agreement on Investment deal to be signed between the European Union and China. In an interview to Le Monde, Franck Riester, Minister delegate for foreign trade said his country would oppose the deal with China over the use of forced Uyghur labour by China.
China Pakistan alliance fail to fluster India
China’s dynamics with its nation-state peers consistently position the former at a hierarchical advantage.
Hong Kong teen jailed for China flag insult
A Hong Kong teenager was ordered to spend four months in prison on Tuesday for insulting China's national flag and unlawful assembly as Beijing increasingly targets prominent activists from the financial hub.
China calls Trump cyberattack claims 'a farce'
China on Monday said tweets by President Donald Trump suggesting Beijing was involved in a massive cyberattack on the US government were "a farce" concocted for political motives.
China's Alibaba pushed software that identifies Uighurs: report
China tech giant Alibaba offered face-recognition software that could enable users to identify Uighurs, a report said, making it the latest Chinese company embroiled in the country's controversial treatment of the Muslim minority.