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Published in 9 July, 2020

Caixin/Markit manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) rose to 51.2 in June from 50.8 in May. A reading above 50 signifies growth


Published in 9 July, 2020

Terminals struggle to handle rise in cargo as more cities put on services to Europe and pandemic prompts many shippers to switch from air and sea transport


Published in 9 July, 2020

British media reported that the National Cyber Security Centre of GCHQ has decided that US sanctions against Huawei have had a ‘severe’ impact


Published in 9 July, 2020

What a survey of Chinese business leaders tells us about China’s post-COVID economy – and the future of U.S.-China economic relations.


Published in 9 July, 2020

US will pose ‘increasingly severe threat’ to future Chinese development through dollar’s global monopoly


Published in 9 July, 2020

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and over 40 trade associations on Monday urged top American and Chinese officials to redouble efforts to implement a Phase 1 trade agreement signed by the world’s two largest economies in January despite pandemic-related strains.


Published in 1 July, 2020

The Deputy Secretary-General of the Forum Macao, Rodrigo Brum said that Portuguese-speaking countries ⁠– namely Portugal ⁠– should take more advantage of this organisation to attract Chinese foreign investment, namely in greenfield investments.


Published in 1 July, 2020

Already buffeted by US-China trade tensions, the European Union has stepped efforts to produce closer to home in the wake of the global pandemic, which is causing the steepest recession in almost a century


Published in 1 July, 2020

The EU-China Summit this week made clear that while both the United States and Europe are both moving toward a tougher and more critical view of China, European governments aren’t anywhere near as tough.


Published in 1 July, 2020

Beijing opens door to manufacturing and financial services sectors by another notch with shortened ‘negative list’, but business groups say markets are already dominated by local players


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