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  • Shanghai Looks To Overtake Hong Kong As Top Asia Financial Hub
    Bullish On Shanghai
    China's implementation of a new national security law in Hong Kong could help elevate Shanghai as the top financial hub in Asia.
  • Japan Eyes Supplying Huawei Amid US-China Trade Tensions
    Japan tech
    Japan and Israel have solidified their joint efforts in innovating tech products and services, with the former supplying goods to Chinese tech giant Huawei amid US tensions.
  • JD.com, NetEase Raise Billions In Hong Kong Public Listings
    JD.com Hong Kong Listing
    The business community in Hong Kong applauded China's mandate of the national security law claiming that it would maintain the city's reputation as a booming global business hub.
  • More Airlines Are Granted Resumption Of Operations To China Since June
    United Airlines
    United Airlines would resume operations and flights between China and San Francisco by July 8.
  • Fraying China-India Relations Hitting Supply Chains, Threatening Factory Shutdowns
    China India Relations
    The China-India standoff has disrupted supply chains between both countries, with India's pharmaceutical industry particularly hard hit.
  • National Security Law Creates Office In Hong Kong To Oversee Certain Cases
    Joshua Wong
    China approved Hong Kong's national security law that gives power to Beijing in overseeing certain cases in the city government, including the interpretation of laws.
  • Australia Rethinks Ties With US Over Beating Of Australian Journalists By American Police
    China Australia Relations
    Australia is rethinking its position with the US over domestic and foreign relations.
  • China To Enact National Security Law By Tuesday
    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang delivers a speech at the opening session of NPC in Beijing
    Chinese officials discussed and reviewed the pertinent guidelines of the China National Security Law that would take effect by Tuesday.
  • China Focuses On Boosting Foreign Investments Into The Country
    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang
    Last Sunday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang announced that China would prioritize the stabilization of foreign trade and investments for the rest of the year.
  • Indian Government Assessses Business Deals With Chinese Companies
    China India Relations
    The Indian government put business deals with Chinese companies on hold after a border clash in the Himalayas between the two countries.
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