Highly-indebted property developer China Evergrande beseeched officials to approve its reverse-merger plan. Although the company later said the letter was fabricated, questions in it regarding systemic risk are real for investors and Beijing. Yawen Chen explains
Chinese internet giant Sina Corp - owner of Twitter-like Weibo - plans to delist its US shares and go private, making it the latest to withdraw from the country's stock markets as relations between Beijing and Washington sour
Moderate lawmakers favored remaining in the chamber to keep the government in check. But younger ones had increasingly called for a collective boycott to protest against the Beijing-appointed government, triggering heated debate.
#Headlines watch: Bloomberg: - Beijing Auto Show "shows China's success in beating back the virus" - "The world's bigges #COVID19 market since 2009, China can still grow because of its relatively low car penetration and rapidly expanding middle class"
The brutal purpose of Beijing’s so-called “national security” law is to frighten, intimidate & suppress the speech of Hong Kongers. All freedom-loving people must come together to condemn this law, which signals the death of the “one country, two systems” principle.
The violence from Beijing’s puppets in #HongKong continues to grow. Our hearts go out to the brave pro-democracy fighters as they mourn the passing of one of their own. His family and friends deserve the truth. There should be a full & open investigation.
“Today, the United States Senate sent a clear message to Hong Kongers fighting for their long-cherished freedoms: we hear you, we continue to stand with you, and we will not stand idly by as Beijing undermines your autonomy." — Sen. Marco Rubio PASSED ✅