星期日, 8月 7, 2022
Home Tags S&P downgrade China

Tag: S&P downgrade China

You May Like

China denies links to alleged cyberattacks in United States targeting exiled tycoon Guo Wengui

China has denied responsibility for alleged cyberattacks in the United States appearing to target exiled tycoon Guo Wengui, who has leveled corruption allegations against...

Guo Wengui and Steve Bannon talk about CCP’s plan to build Wuhan P4 lab

Good morning, all Americans, Steve Bannon, Jacky, Justin! I am very proud of being back in the War Room. 2017, you know, our first time...

Mid-air emergency forces China Eastern flight to return to Sydney

A China Eastern flight from Sydney to Shanghai has been forced to turn around after engine failure caused a mid-air emergency. "The moment that we...

Liu Xiaobo cremated in ‘private ceremony’, amid fears for wife’s safety

The Nobel laureate and democracy icon Liu Xiaobo has been cremated in north-eastern China, Chinese authorities have announced, amid growing fears for the safety...

Senator Cruz urges Trump administration to block China’s next UN power play

Sen. Ted Cruz is calling on the Trump administration to block China from installing a controversial former head of the Hong Kong police force...

China Bares Its Teeth, But Meets Unexpected Resistance Across Asia

Picture: Chinese paramilitary policemen stand in formation on Tiananmen Square after attending a ceremony to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the founding of the...

Rubio, Shaheen Lead Bipartisan, Bicameral Bill Banning TSP Board from Steering Federal Retirement Savings...

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) today led a group of lawmakers in introducing the bipartisan, bicameral Taxpayers...

How the Pandemic has changed this Christmas & New Year Celebrations

"The world must learn why no one is safe during this year's Christmas and New Year celebrations. It is the CCP - Chinese Communist...

More disruptive actions against China are coming

Peter Navarro, director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, reaffirmed that the coronavirus had been created by the Chinese Communist Party when...

China admits political education for students is poor

China is doing a poor job at political education for university students because the classes are outdated and unfashionable, the education minister said on...

China censors discussion of North Korea’s bomb test

Chinese censors appear to be stifling online discussion of North Korea's latest missile launch, a move apparently linked to China's hosting of this week's...

At this Chinese school, Big Brother was watching students — and charting every smile...

At first, it just seemed cool. When facial recognition cameras were installed at a century-old high school here in eastern China, students got in and...

China Lowballed Hollywood Box Office By 9% In 2016, Audit Finds

In June, it emerged that the MPAA had hired an accounting firm to audit Middle Kingdom box office on a select number of films. This was...

Striking before and after footage shows how a deadly earthquake destroyed China’s top scenic...

  The 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocked China's Sichuan province on the evening of August 8 At least 20 people have been pronounced dead with...

4 powerful weapons China has in its arsenal to win the US-China trade war

Last week the U.S. launched a trade war with China revealing a list of tariffs it could slap on $200 billion worth of...

Vatican concerns over bishop detained in China

The Vatican has expressed "grave concerns" for one of its bishops who was detained after being "forcibly removed" from his diocese in China. Chinese Catholic...

China successfully launches Earth-imaging satellite for Venezuela

A Chinese Long March 2D rocket launched Venezuela’s second Earth-observing surveillance satellite Monday, adding a new space-based reconnaissance asset the country’s government says it...
video

Mark Zuckerberg Admits Working with China Won’t Lead to ‘More Open Society’

Speaking at a hearing of the House Committee on Financial Services today, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg echoed a point often made at Breitbart News...

There is something much bigger than Trump’s tariffs on China

The French government has started re-investigation into the death of former HNA chairman Wang Jian early July and the US may follow suit, says...

A Chinese magazine fights a battle royal

CHINESE media are not known for stirring up trouble. Their coverage of politics is almost uniformly tame. Business coverage is sometimes harder-hitting, but journalists...