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• Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday he is preparing for an upcoming visit to Moscow by Chinese President Xi Jinping for the opening of a metro line built by the division of a Chinese construction enterprise. Beijing has so far avoided calling the Ukraine conflict an "invasion" and continued diplomatic and economic support for Moscow. More drones: Russia’s defense ministry said the military prevented a "massive" drone attack on Crimea , claiming that...Devamını Oku

02 Mar 2023

• China ordered schools to "oppose and resist Western erroneous views" in legal education, such as constitutional government, separation of powers, and judicial independence, and to rather put more emphasis on the dictates of the ruling Communist Party and leader Xi Jinping. The order came a week before China's ceremonial parliament is to begin its annual session, and similar directives have been issued in the past like students being encouraged to report on academics th...Devamını Oku

01 Mar 2023

• Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy paid tribute to those who died since Russia launched an invasion into Ukraine 12 months ago, reflecting on the effects of war a day before the invasion's year anniversary. Meanwhile, Ukrainian intelligence announced a warning that they expect missile attacks to coincide with the anniversary. Highlights: Laying stress that "This is in the interests of Ukraine today," President Zelenskiy said he would welcome talks with Beij...Devamını Oku

24 Şub 2023

• Russia's President Vladimir Putin said his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping would soon visit Moscow, saying their ties had reached "new frontiers" over US warnings that Beijing might provide support to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Meanwhile, Putin welcomed China's top diplomat Wang Yi where they talked about bilateral trade, and said it could soon reach $200 billion a year, up from $185 billion in 2022. In other news: Russia's warship equipped with new-generatio...Devamını Oku

23 Şub 2023

• China imposed trade and investment sanctions on US defense companies Lockheed Martin and Raytheon over supplying weapons to Taiwan, with the Ministry of Commerce saying they were added to the "unreliable entity" list of companies that endanger national sovereignty. The two companies are now banned from importing goods into China or making new investments in the country. Context: The sanctions came as tensions heightened after the US shot down a Chinese "spy balloon...Devamını Oku

17 Şub 2023

• JP Morgan won Chinese regulatory approval to expand operations in the country, which will allow the largest bank in the US to take full ownership of China International Fund Management, in which it holds a 49% stake. British bank Standard Chartered was also approved to set up a new securities brokerage unit in China. What is going on: Beijing is speeding up its approval process for the expansion of foreign companies after it lifted its strict anti-pandemic polici...Devamını Oku

20 Oca 2023

• China's video games regulator granted publishing licenses to 88 online games including a mobile game from Tencent, the world’s largest gaming company, and a shooting game by NetEase, China’s second largest. Some background: Video games need approval from regulators before releasing in China, the world's largest gaming market. During a crack-down on the gaming industry last August, Beijing suspended the license approval process for nine months.

18 Oca 2023

• Ride-hailing giant Didi got approval from China to operate again, 18 months after its app was suspended in Beijing for "illegally collecting user data." The move comes as Beijing showed signs of easing up its regulatory crackdown on the tech sector, and Didi said it would take effective measures to ensure platform safety and data security.

17 Oca 2023

• China's air travel regulator is preparing to allow airlines to fly more routes between China and the US after Beijing lifted anti-Covid traveling restrictions, state media reported. The Civil Aviation Administration of China will talk to US regulators to "promote the smooth resumption of flights," the report said. Contrary perspectives: Japan and South Korea protested China's move to stop issuing new visas to the two countries for putting Covid-19 traveling restr...Devamını Oku

12 Oca 2023

• China halted issuing short-term visas for individuals from South Korea and Japan , in response to the strict Covid-19 restrictions placed on travelers from China where cases have been on a surge. Beijing said that the pause on visas will remain in place until "discriminatory" entry restrictions are lifted. Meanwhile: World Health Organization's EU office said they see " no immediate threat " for Europe from an outbreak in China, but that more information was nee...Devamını Oku

11 Oca 2023