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  1. US money tapped for Pacific undersea cable; Is China still investment-worthy? | China

    US money tapped for Pacific undersea cable; Is China still investment-worthy? | China in Focus



    For years, Western investors have almost forgotten something that they’re now being reminded of the hard way—that China is a communist country. Recent moves by Chinese authorities have sent #ChineseStocks plummeting—washing away billions of dollars and causing many to question: is China still investment-worthy? #UnderseaCable concerns—An island-country ...
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  2. Live Q&A: Pfizer Making Daily Pill for COVID-19; Taliban Declares China Its ‘Main Par

    Live Q&A: Pfizer Making Daily Pill for COVID-19; Taliban Declares China Its ‘Main Partner’



    Pfizer announced that it’s in its phase two clinical trials of a daily pill taken orally to combat COVID-19. The company’s CEO, Albert Bourla, wrote on Twitter that to beat the virus, it will “likely require both vaccines [and] treatments.” And in other news, the Taliban has declared that China is its “main partner,” and hinted at future infrastructure ...
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  3. Chinese chemical plant explodes;China’s lockdown allegedly forges a tragedy | China

    Chinese chemical plant explodes;China’s lockdown allegedly forges a tragedy | China in Focus



    A Chinese man is on day three of a hunger strike. He’s protesting after police forcibly vaccinated him. Another man was pinned down on the ground by Chinese policemen, all because he refused to get tested for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus. Is China’s pandemic cure worse than the disease? The country’s strict lockdown measures reportedly ...
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  4. Bill Gertz: US Withdrawal from Afghanistan a ‘Strategic Success’ for China | Clip

    Bill Gertz: US Withdrawal from Afghanistan a ‘Strategic Success’ for China | Clip



    Was the United States withdrawal from Afghanistan a ‘strategic success’ for China?
    The US has now officially withdrawn from Afghanistan, and President Joe Biden states that one of the main reasons for doing so was to allow the US to ‘shore up’ and refocus US military resources on greater threats. Biden pointed to the ‘serious competition with China’ ...
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  5. China’s second-largest housing firm in dire debt crisis; Taliban wants stronger China

    China’s second-largest housing firm in dire debt crisis; Taliban wants stronger China relations



    America’s longest war is over. But why did the United States pull its troops out of Afghanistan? President Joe Biden says it’s to shift priorities to meet the China challenge. The Taliban describes the Chinese Communist Party as an old friend and says it hopes to foster even stronger relations. Another of China’s friendly relationships is deepening, ...
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