Apparent “upswing” in underground banking networks connecting the proceeds of crime in the UK with capital flight from China.
Jonathan Miller says China’s behaviour in the Meng case adds to the perception it can’t be trusted to allow Huawei to be independent of Beijing.
Statement said the law is “in direct conflict” with China’s “international obligations under the principles of the legally binding” agreement.
Election coming and Trump will want to point to the agreement as one of the few enduring triumphs of his fraught first term.
A judge ruled the allegations against her could constitute a crime in Canada.
43% of Canada China Business Council survey respondents reported business was down in 2019-2020 period following a record 2018.
Measures expand a US campaign against Chinese companies including tech giant Huawei.
Poll says 83% of Americans somewhat concerned lifting restrictions in their area will lead to additional infections.
Accused Kenney of wilfully ignoring the “facts” in an effort to appease US President Donald Trump with anti-China rhetoric.
Chinese smartphone and network equipment maker needs time to “understand the impact” of the latest restrictions.
Review will focus on lessons learned from WHO’s co-ordination of the global response to COVID-19.
Letter says Taiwan’s early success at controlling the pandemic qualifies it for a seat at the World Health Assembly meetings.
Some Australian beef imports blocked after government called for a robust inquiry into the outbreak and rebuffed Chinese demands to back off.
Alberta premier says a “great reckoning” is coming for playing down, obfuscating and covering up the dangers posed by the virus.
Canada and other nations have called on the WHO to give Taiwan observer status at an upcoming meeting.