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The rule of law in Hong Kong is "profoundly compromised" in areas where the government holds strong opinions, according to a British judge who resigned last week

 

Organisations who help Hong Kongers coming to live and work in the UK have been awarded £2.6 million by the government today.

According to The Times, Volvo Car has begun moving the production of electric vehicles (EVs) made in China to Belgium, in anticipation of potential crackdowns by the

 

Four people were hospitalized in New Zealand after a man armed with an axe randomly attacked diners at three neighboring Chinese restaurants, as confirmed by police and witnesses.

 

Following its participation in ITB China from May 27th to 31st, Turismo de Portugal is set to embark on a promotional roadshow across Beijing, Guangzhou, and Macau.

 

Italy's government has announced that China's Sinochem (600500.SS) cannot designate the chief executive officer (CEO) of Pirelli (PIRC.MI), despite being the company's main shareholder

French luxury conglomerate Kering revealed a 10% decline in first-quarter sales on Tuesday, with its flagship brand Gucci experiencing a downturn attributed to subdued demand in

– ‘Worst on record’ – Italy’s main agricultural union Coldiretti said 2019 has been a “black year”, with “a harvest almost halved” from the 23,300 tonnes of honey collected

 

 

In 2017, Kenya celebrated the opening of the first section of its Chinese-built railway with great fanfare. However, just two years later, the project came to a halt in the middle of the country,

 

 

EgyptAir said wreckage from its passenger plane that crashed into the Mediterranean on Thursday with 66 people on board has been found.

"The Egyptian Ministry of Civil Aviation has just received an official letter from the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs that confirms the finding of wreckage of the missing aircraft No. MS 804," it said in English on its Twitter account.

 

In an update on September 7, 2023, the office of U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai announced the extension of tariff exclusions under "Section 301" for 352 Chinese imports and

Six suicide attacks in eight months and a spat with Russia have added to concerns for the Turkish economy as tourists flee, taking billions of dollars in spending elsewhere, and foreign investors skirt the troubled country.

  

China has announced the removal of tariffs on Australian barley imports, ending a three-year trade dispute that had significant economic implications.

 

 

Japan's top court will rule this week on a pair of 19th century family laws that critics blast as sexist and out of touch.

The Supreme Court will weigh in on the legality of a six-month ban on women remarrying after divorce and another law that requires spouses to have the same surname, in a highly anticipated decision set for Wednesday.