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Beijing publishes economic data in the midst of a trade war with the US

A Chinese flag can be seen on April 9, 2018 in Shanghai in front of containers in the deepwater port of Yangshan. Johannes Eisele | AFP | Getty Images China released third-quarter GDP figures Friday, showing that the economy has grown 6.0% year-on-year, its lowest level for at least 27 1/2 years, Reuters said. Analysts surveyed by Reuters had expected …

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Hong Kong is no longer in business with Beijing

A shop destroyed by demonstrators who believe it has been linked to organized crime groups during a protest against Hong Kong's government ban on facial masks last week. (Laurel Chor / Getty Images) HONGKONG – Successively, Starbucks stores in Wan Chai District, east of the center of Hong Kong, were destroyed. One who had been set on fire and devastated …

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China's first airport closes its doors in Beijing after 109 years

Beijing (CNN) – When Beijing's new multi-billion dollar airport was opened with great enthusiasm last Wednesday, a piece of China's history quietly closed its doors on the other side of the city. The first of the country Nanyuan Airport finally closed its gates on 25th September. At this time, the new Daxing Airport, worth $ 11.5 billion, was opened by …

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Hong Kong demonstrators mock Beijing to corrupt the birthday of Communist China

HONG KONG – The protesters launched attacks on the Chinese Communist Party in the run-up to the mass demonstrations scheduled to take place on Tuesday for the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China, and revived the protest movement through its design as a fight against authoritarianism. During weekend protests marked by heavy clashes between protesters and police in …

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Beijing on high alert before the National Day on October 1st

Beijing (CNN) – In recent months, residents of a Chaoyang district in Beijing have been blocked every week by uniformed men and bizarre vehicles. When the residents tried to cross the street in September 14, security guards dressed in black told them that the poses would come for the upcoming parade on October 1. A week later, they had trouble …

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Beijing warns the US of possible investment restrictions

A Chinese and American flag at a booth during the first China International Import Expo in Shanghai, taken on November 6, 2018. Johannes Eisele | AFP | Getty Images Beijing described Washington's potential restrictions on US investment in China in a Global Times article published on Sunday as "the latest attempt at decoupling" Chinese companies from US stock exchanges "are …

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Face off on Beijing, the Hong Kong singer tells US lawmakers and companies

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hong Kong singer-activist Denise Ho wants US legislators and companies to criticize Beijing's actions in Hong Kong to change the behavior of the Chinese Communist Party. Ho told Reuters on Monday that Beijing uses its power and influence to quell global disagreement, and urges companies investing in China and Hong Kong, a former British colony, to support …

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China's economy hurts everywhere as Beijing seeks trade agreements with the US

PEKING – China's economic activity continued to cool in August, testing Beijing's tolerance for slower growth to ease trade tensions with the US Retail data suggest weak demand and low confidence among businesses and consumers. Economists had expected economic activity to recover somewhat from July, when it fell to its lowest level in more than a decade. The value added …

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China bans flying pigeons and drones while Beijing prepares for its 70th anniversary military parade

China has banned flying pigeons and drones over Central Beijing as the nation prepares for the 70th anniversary of the ruling Communist Party on October 1, which includes a massive military parade. Training pigeons and racing pigeons are a popular hobby in China. Many districts of Beijing harbor pigeon barns on their roofs. 15 Military aircraft over the parade route …

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Hong Kong protests: The date on which Beijing stands on the sidelines

On this day, Beijing hopes to project a picture of national strength and unity through the city, a military parade that marks 70 years since the founding of the People's Republic of China. But what action could the party take? The attitude is unclear and is discussed violently. Some even say that the greater threat will occur after the anniversary, …

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