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China fines former NBA star Lin over quarantine comments

Federal News Radio 02 Dec 2022
BEIJING (AP) — Former NBA star Jeremy Lin, who plays for a Chinese team, was fined 10,000 yuan ($1,400) for criticizing quarantine facilities, China’s professional league and a news report said Friday, as the government tries to stop protests against anti-virus controls that are among the world’s most stringent.
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China fines former NBA star Jeremy Lin, over quarantine comments

The Daily Democrat 02 Dec 2022
BEIJING — Former NBA star Jeremy Lin, who plays for a Chinese team, was fined 10,000 yuan ($1,400) for criticizing quarantine facilities, China’s professional league and a news report said Friday, as the government tries to stop protests against anti-virus controls that are among the world’s most stringent.
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China fines former NBA star Jeremy Lin over quarantine comments

Santa Cruz Sentinel 02 Dec 2022
BEIJING — Former NBA star Jeremy Lin, who plays for a Chinese team, was fined 10,000 yuan ($1,400) for criticizing quarantine facilities, China’s professional league and a news report said Friday, as the government tries to stop protests against anti-virus controls that are among the world’s most stringent.
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Pacific Island nations unwilling to be pawns of Washington

China Daily 02 Dec 2022
The Solomon Islands is an independent sovereign state and, as Sogavare has pointed out on numerous occasions, its relationship with China is its own business and the Pacific nation does not need to be told by others whom it will do business with ... The relationship was cemented earlier this year when Sogavare signed a security pact with Beijing.
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Relief and worry as major Chinese cities ease COVID curbs

Reuters 02 Dec 2022
BEIJING, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Further easing of COVID-19 testing requirements and quarantine rules in some Chinese cities was met with a mix of relief and worry on Friday, as hundreds of millions await an expected shift in national virus policies after widespread social unrest.
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China needs a Covid target more than a GDP target

Reuters 02 Dec 2022
Beijing has plenty of economic goals, quotas and deadlines but so far has published no roadmap for transitioning away from containment to management ... The onus is on Beijing to be particularly transparent about its strategy, so people and businesses can start planning and investing.
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Nicholas Kristof: Banana peels for Xi Jinping

The Berkshire Eagle 02 Dec 2022
People have lost hope,” confided a Chinese friend who is the child of a leader yet now mocks the Communist Party, adding that Beijing “feels quiet and dead.” From business owners to taxi drivers, Chinese citizens are struggling with constant COVID tests and lockdowns — and then ...
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Will back my friend PM Modi, says Prez Joe Biden on India’s G20 presidency

Hindustan Times 02 Dec 2022
After India’s comeback, US diplomat skewers Beijing; says ‘India-US military exercise is none of China’s business’ ... its G20 presidency to really dive into the many issues that are involved in international economics, business all the things that affect people’s lives,” she said.
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Tweets Offer 2 Views of China's Deceased Former Leader Jiang Zemin

Beijing News 02 Dec 2022
On China's heavily censored social media, users posted mostly positive comments focused on Jiang's legacy since his death Wednesday ... Others posted outside the Mandarin Service. James Zimmerman, a Beijing-based lawyer and former chairman of the business group, AmCham China, said in a tweet that "Jiang Zemin was a complicated guy with a mixed legacy.
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Tweets Offer 2 Views of China’s Deceased Former Leader Jiang Zemin

Voa News 02 Dec 2022
On China’s heavily censored social media, users posted mostly positive comments focused on Jiang’s legacy since his death Wednesday ... Others posted outside the Mandarin Service. James Zimmerman, a Beijing-based lawyer and former chairman of the business group, AmCham China, said in a tweet that “Jiang Zemin was a complicated guy with a mixed legacy.
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Tankers ready for new trading map as Monday’s Russia ban looms

Splash24/7 02 Dec 2022
Alexander Poshivay, deputy head of the Ministry of Transport, said at the Russian-Chinese Energy Business Forum, held via video link between Moscow and Beijing earlier this week, that China has begun refusing to recognise shipowners’ insurance documents issued in Russia, including by the Russian National Reinsurance Company ... .
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Hong Kong’s courts in firing line as Beijing rewrites rules

Al Jazeera 01 Dec 2022
Within Hong Kong’s foreign business community, which has traditionally been reluctant to get involved in politics, a key concern is whether Beijing’s moves to bring the courts under its control will filter down to more routine areas of the law ... Kong’s status as a business hub.
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Huge trade partner and ‘systemic rival.’ Europe has a China problem

CNN 01 Dec 2022
Those concerns bubbled up last month when German Chancellor Olaf Scholz flew to Beijing with a delegation of top business leaders to meet Xi, a move intended to shore up Germany’s second biggest export market after the US ... Beijing’s uncompromising approach is helping to further ...
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China eases Covid restrictions after protests

Gulf Daily News 01 Dec 2022
BEIJING - China is softening its tone on the severity of Covid-19 and easing some coronavirus restrictions even as its daily case toll hovers near record highs, after anger over the world's toughest curbs fuelled protests across the country ... and allowing businesses to reopen.

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