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Experts: Money, credit supply set to rebound in H2

China Daily 15 Jun 2021
"Beijing seems to be more keen on reining in financial risks related to local government borrowing ... To prevent a growth slowdown in the second half, Beijing is expected to speed up government bond financing in the coming months, by completing the balance 5.2 trillion yuan of net financing out of the budgeted 7 trillion yuan, said Lu.
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Dutton Puts Aussies at Risk Through His Rhetoric and Actions Towards China

Sydney Criminal Lawyers 15 Jun 2021
And in retaliation for this slight, Beijing placed more than on Australian imports entering its country ... While Dutton has been making clear that China is not a traditional ally, Morrison has been shoring up Japan’s support for what the Australian government claims is that Beijing has been placing upon it.
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GLOBALink | Dragon Boat Festival popularity bodes well for China's digital currency

Xinhua 15 Jun 2021
The currency is expected to be issued by the country's central bank and legally backed by the government as an alternative to paper money. During the pilot programs in cities including Beijing, Shenzhen, and Suzhou, businesses such as groceries, daily necessities, and catering, ...
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How Taiwan’s struggle for COVID vaccines is inflaming tensions with China

Taipei Times 14 Jun 2021
As the nation faces new outbreak and mistrust of Chinese jabs, Beijing objects to donations from US and Japan ... Beijing strongly objected ... Beijing says it has the answer to Taiwan’s problems, offering to supply vaccines to the government or, after Taiwan rejected that offer, directly to any resident who wants to fly to China for a jab.
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Over 57% of people are from ethnic minorities in Xinjiang: China

La Prensa Latina 14 Jun 2021
Beijing, June 14 (EFE).- The population of ethnic minorities in the northwestern Chinese region of Xinjiang is nearly 15 million or more than 57 percent of the total inhabitants, the latest census data has shown ... Some governments, including the US, likened the situation to a “genocide” in the region.
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Filmmakers Worry Hong Kong Film Censors Will Stifle Expression

Voa News 14 Jun 2021
Last week, the Hong Kong government announced that amendments to the territory’s Film Censorship Ordinance could result in movies being banned as part of the Beijing-imposed national security law ... China’s government was also displeased by the political views of Beijing-born ...
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India looks to recalibrate ties with Sri Lanka

MENA FN 14 Jun 2021
... in the Hambantota Port (where there is speculation that Colombo is looking to extend the 99-year lease to Beijing), Sri Lanka has now ''completely come under China's control'' and this will pose a challenge for all future governments there while posing a security threat to India.
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Pak requests another year to pay back Chinese loans

Beijing News 14 Jun 2021
... had borrowed from Beijing last year ... The banks, including China Development Bank and the Export-Import Bank of China, were not prepared to revise any of the clauses of the agreement reached earlier with the government, Beijing said in response to the request to renegotiate terms.
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China’s anti-sanctions law is a defence mechanism, not an attack weapon

South China Morning Post 14 Jun 2021
The new anti-sanctions law rushed through by China’s lawmakers last week is Beijing’s ...
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US fight against Chinese 5G efforts shifts from threats to incentives

Live Mint 14 Jun 2021
government is ratcheting up pressure on Beijing’s 5G ambitions overseas, offering financial incentives and other enticements to countries willing to shun Chinese-made telecom gear ... Several countries have also signed up for Beijing’s Belt and Road program, in which Chinese ...
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Cash-strapped Pakistan requests another year to pay back Chinese loans

The Siasat Daily 14 Jun 2021
... had borrowed from Beijing last year ... The banks, including China Development Bank and the Export-Import Bank of China, were not prepared to revise any of the clauses of the agreement reached earlier with the government, Beijing said in response to the request to renegotiate terms.
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China gets veiled rebuke from Japan, Australia

Beijing News 14 Jun 2021
Beijing relations with Tokyo and Canberra have strained in recent times over a slew of issues ... Concerns over the stability of the region grew stronger particularly after a recent enactment of a Chinese maritime law, allowing its coast guard ships to fire on foreign vessels in waters that Beijing deems its territory.
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Dragon Boat Festival popularity bodes well for China's digital currency

China Daily 14 Jun 2021
BEIJING -- After winning a prize in Beijing's lottery-based digital renminbi (RMB) program, Tao Siyu couldn't wait to invite his friends for a celebratory meal ... In the latest public trial run of China's digital legal tender, the Chinese capital Beijing, with a population of around 22 million, handed out 40 million yuan (about 6.25 million U.S.
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China Focus: Dragon Boat Festival popularity bodes well for China's digital currency

China.dot.org 14 Jun 2021
BEIJING, June 14 (Xinhua) -- After winning a prize in Beijing's lottery-based digital renminbi (RMB) program, Tao Siyu couldn't wait to invite his friends for a celebratory meal ... The digital yuan can be used in nearly 2,000 businesses around Beijing, indicating wider reception.
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Imperfect competition between US and China: Statesman

Straits Times 14 Jun 2021
... and technology while threatening a bevy of punishments - is 'reprisal' the right expression? - against Beijing ... According to a section of the Senators, the government in Beijing often uses US ideas to compete - "and sometimes cheat" - American employees and business enterprises.
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