China Economy

China tightens rules around personal data collection

Chinas’ Cooperation with Afghanistan

Afghanistan is projecting to have trillions of dollars in rare earth metals. Countries are interested in swooping in on the country, such as China, must go by international rules. According to Shamaila Khan, AllianceBernstein’s director of emerging market debt, the Taliban militants have emerged with resources. They are a “very frightening prospect for the globe,” …

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Tencent Falls Amid Fear China Will Crack Down On Gaming

According to the latest news, Tencent Holdings fell 11% Tuesday. This came after China branded the spiritual opium and electronic drugs of games. It stoking fears China will next set its sights on online entertainment. Tencent joined its competitors NetEase and XD in an abrupt sell-off in early Hong Kong trading. This came after the …

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Bitcoin sank as China intensified crypto mining crackdown

Why Did China Fail to Kill Bitcoin?

Bitcoin might have experienced its most significant coordinated attack during the last several months. However, the investor community did not capitulate in this instance. After giving miners notice, China completely banned mining in most regions, which caused the single most considerable mining difficulty adjustment. However, the situation of Bitcoin seemed already damaged after Elon Musk …

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U.S., NATO and EU accuse China of a cyberattack on Microsoft

U.S., NATO and EU Accuse China of A Cyberattack on Microsoft

A new alliance is coming together to confront the global threat posed by cyberattacks sponsored by China. An alliance consists of NATO member states. The United States, with allies, including the European Union, Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan, are blaming China’s Ministry of State Security for a massive cyberattack on Microsoft Exchange email …

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China Stocks Fell, Regulators Ordered to Disclose Paper Debt

Regulators ordered property developers to disclose their commercial paper issuance details every month. Hence, on Friday, July 16, China stocks fell. The Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.29%, with a net change of $10.18. This sent the stocks to the bottom at $3,554.41 per share. Likewise, the Shenzhen Component Index also declined 0.52%, with a net …

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