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US chip curbs on China forecast to hit hard

Hong Kong Standard 01 Feb 2023
... new restrictions on exports of chip-making tools to China ... The United States in October imposed sweeping export restrictions on shipments of chip-making tools to China, seeking to hobble Beijing's ability to supercharge its chip industry and enhance its military capabilities.
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U.S. official acknowledges Japan, Netherlands deal to curb chipmaking exports to China

Asahi News 01 Feb 2023
... impose new restrictions on exports of chipmaking tools to China ... The United States in October imposed sweeping export restrictions on shipments of chipmaking tools to China, seeking to hobble Beijing's ability to supercharge its chip industry and enhance its military capabilities.
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US, India target arms, AI to compete with China

Taipei Times 01 Feb 2023
... impose new restrictions on exports of chipmaking tools to China ... The US in October last year imposed sweeping export restrictions on shipments of chipmaking tools to China, seeking to hobble Beijing’s ability to supercharge its chip industry and enhance its military capabilities.
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China to extend three structural monetary policy tools

China Daily 30 Jan 2023
BEIJING -- China will continue to leverage three structural monetary policy tools, including the carbon-reduction credit facility, amid efforts to guide financial institutions to beef up support for green development and other areas, said the country's central bank.
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China central bank to roll over lending tools to spur growth

FX Empire 29 Jan 2023
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s central bank said on Sunday it will roll over three lending tools to increase support for targeted sectors of the economy ... The central bank will also extend a relending tool for the transport and logistics sector to June 2023, it said.
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"China portraying protestors as tools of foreign powers"

Beijing News 28 Jan 2023
Beijing , January 28 (ANI). China is waging a campaign of intimidation against people participating in demonstrations, which started days after Beijing abruptly abandoned its zero-COVID restrictions. The country is discrediting protesters by portraying them as tools of malevolent foreign powers, The New York Times reported.
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China weaponizes zero-Covid policy to subdue Tibetans: Report

Beijing News 28 Jan 2023
Beijing , January 27 (ANI). Chinese Communist Party's lockdown measures have become a tool for more surveillance and control over the Tibetans, reported Marco Respinti in Bitter Winter, an Italy-based magazine on religious liberty and human rights. The "Zero COVID" policy of President Xi Jinping has been a great tool for repression.
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In China\u2019s crackdown on protesters, a familiar effort to blame foreign powers

Indian Express 27 Jan 2023
And several days later, police came for the editor at the Beijing publishing house ... When protests against coronavirus restrictions broke out in November across China, including in Beijing, they attended ... The party is also working to discredit the protesters by casting them as tools of malevolent foreign powers.
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China's lending debacle: Development loans hit 13-year low

Beijing News 25 Jan 2023
Beijing , January 25 (ANI). China is the world's largest bilateral lender, however, the loans committed by them to 100 developing nations fell to a 13-year low of USD 3.7 billion in 2021 due to Beijing curtailing funding for large-scale oil projects, a study from Boston University Global Development Policy Center showed.
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China wants to reduce India’s influence in Indian Ocean region, say papers submitted at DGPs’ meet

Financial Express 23 Jan 2023
China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), infrastructure related investments in India’s neighbouring countries through easy loans, hot borders and Line of Actual Control (LAC) are some of the tools Beijing has been using effectively, the papers say.
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China lifts zero-covid policy to eradicate Tibetans out of Tibet: Report

Beijing News 21 Jan 2023
Beijing , January 21 (ANI). After the mass protest against China's Zero Covid policy, Beijing took a U-turn and loosened up its strict restriction only to use them as a tool to kill and eradicate the Tibetans from Tibet, as per the Voice Against Autocracy ... Beijing main's plan is to kill the Tibetans and bring misery to families.
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Yellen, China’s Liu agree to enhance communication after ‘frank exchange’--U.S. Treasury

Asahi News 19 Jan 2023
Washington in October imposed export controls on China to slow Beijing’s technological and military advances, including measures to curb China’s access to U.S. chipmaking tools and cut it off from certain chips made anywhere in the world with American equipment.
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Take a journey with Lord Rabbit to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit

China Daily 16 Jan 2023
With a human body and a rabbit's ears and mouth, Lord Rabbit, known as Tu'er Ye in Chinese, is considered an amazing symbol of Beijing local culture ... In the iconic image, Lord Rabbit often appears in a warrior's armor, with banners on its back and holds a pestle, a tool for pounding medicine.
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Auto tech firm eyes SAR listing

Hong Kong Standard 15 Jan 2023
Autonomous driving simulation testing solution provider Beijing Saimo Technology plans to secure a listing in Hong Kong. Founded in 2014, Beijing Saimo is the fourth largest player in China in the field of autonomous driving simulation testing tools and platforms, according to Frost & Sullivan.

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