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Jim Ratcliffe warns EU bureaucracy will drive away industry’s investments

Petrochemicals billionaire says he would have passed on $4bn Belgium investment if he had known of regulatory hurdles

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公安部:2023年破获涉长江刑事案件6500余起

  中新网2月25日电 据公安部网站25日消息,为落实长江大保护、服务保障长江经济带高质量发展,2023年,公安部部署全国公安机关自3月1日起开展长江水域突出违法犯罪打击整治“平安长江”专项行动,依法严厉打击涉渔、涉砂、涉水运物流犯罪,依法整治长江水运秩序。2023年,全国公安机关共破获各类涉江刑事案件6500余起,抓获犯罪嫌疑人1.1万余人,打掉团伙815个,整治重点水域5100余处,有力维护了长江水域经济安全、公共安全、生态安全。

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《平“语”近人——习近平喜欢的典故》(第三季)2月25日晚播出第八集:不负青山不负人

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瓣瓣同心|习近平心中的“千年大计”

  北京向南100多公里,一座高水平现代化城市正重塑着天际线。

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福建海警组织舰艇编队在金门附近海域开展执法巡查

  中新网2月25日电 据“中国海警”微信公众号消息,2月25日,福建海警组织舰艇编队在金门附近海域开展执法巡查。巡查期间,海警舰艇采取编队航行、识别查证、警戒护渔、喊话警告等措施,加强重点海域执法巡查,有效维护有关海域作业秩序,切实维护渔民生命财产安全。

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架起两岸青年交流合作的“连心桥”

  全国台联第三十届台胞青年冬令营——

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“家和才能万事兴”!台商台企庆元宵迎团圆 期待深化两岸融合发展

  央视网消息:“庆元宵·迎团圆”,24日,中共中央台办、国务院台办举办台商联谊活动,各相关部门负责人和台湾工商界代表、大陆台商台胞代表约200人出席联谊活动。

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Malaysia PM decries ‘China-phobia’ among US and western allies

Anwar Ibrahim says rivalry squeezes smaller countries as he courts investment for semiconductor supply chain

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500年前沉船,中国考古队有惊人发现!

  古船鲸落,考古入海

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跟着总书记感悟“一片甲骨惊天下”

  2月26日,河南安阳殷墟博物馆新馆将正式开馆,这是学习贯彻习近平文化思想的生动实践。

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为实体经济“舒筋活络” 习近平这样部署

  联播+|为实体经济“舒筋活络” 习近平这样部署

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中国载人月球探测任务新飞行器名称正式确定

  中国载人月球探测任务新飞行器名称正式确定 工程各项工作进展顺利

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【瓣瓣同心】习言道|十年协同发展,京津冀答卷亮眼

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最高检启动“检察护企”专项行动 明确14项重点工作举措

  中新网2月25日电 据最高检网站消息,为深入贯彻落实党的二十大精神、中央经济工作会议、中央政法工作会议精神,认真落实《中共中央、国务院关于促进民营经济发展壮大的意见》,进一步加强对各类经营主体依法平等保护,营造法治化营商环境,助力经济社会高质量发展,最高检近日印发《“检察护企”专项行动工作方案》(下称《方案》),决定自2024年2月至12月开展“检察护企”专项行动。

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推动制造业高端化、智能化、绿色化发展(强国建设 砥砺前行)

  推动制造业高端化、智能化、绿色化发展(强国建设 砥砺前行)

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江苏:全面排查整治问题隐患 抓紧抓实抓细消防安全

  省消防安全委员会全体(扩大)会议召开

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时政微观察丨“土特产”带来好日子

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瞭望·治国理政纪事|着力培育和践行社会主义核心价值观

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Zambia says it has signed debt restructuring deal with China and India

Deals with creditors are crucial to a $1.3bn IMF bailout

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协同发展十年 京津冀城市1至1.5小时交通圈基本形成

  京津冀协同发展战略实施十年以来,河北承接了大量京津的产业。与此同时,这些产业规模也逐步升级。

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倡导共同安全 避免“双输”困局(国际论坛)

  无论是在亚洲,还是在世界其他地区,要有效维护安全稳定,都应坚持共同安全理念,尊重和保障每一个国家的安全

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“慕课西部行”:让优质教育资源跨越山海(在一线)

  “这是范长江先生写给当时延安大学校长李敷仁先生的信,信中满怀热血豪情。”延安大学校史馆里,延安大学副教授郭小良讲述着我国现代新闻史上杰出的新闻工作者范长江先生的家国情怀。

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多部纪录片入选“优秀国产纪录片选集”

  近日,国家广播电视总局发布2023年度“优秀国产纪录片选集”,《人民领袖毛泽东》《毛泽东书信故事》《总书记的回信》《伟大的胜利:抗美援朝启示录》等33部纪录片入选。

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史前人类和平文化石器遗存在澜沧江流域广泛分布

  本报昆明2月24日电(记者张勇、徐鑫雨)2月16日和23日,以武汉大学、云南省文物考古研究所为主的联合考古队,在国际人类学杂志《人类学》上分别发表了《中国西南地区和平技术复合体近十年来新发现的初步报道》《中国西南地区硝洞遗址的超大型和平文化石器工具》两篇论文,这一成果表明和平文化的石器遗存在云南澜沧江流域广泛分布。

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唱衰中国,难阻东升西降大势

  【鸣 镝】

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铁路部门:保障学生旅客平安有序返校

  【春运进行时】

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长三角铁路元宵节预计发送旅客249万人次

  2月24日是2024年春运的第三十天,也是中国传统节日元宵节。当天,中国铁路上海局集团有限公司预计发送旅客249万人次,今明两天将迎来今年春运返程客流的第二波高峰。

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台商新春联谊:看好大陆前景 两岸经贸“不能断也不会断”

  中新社北京2月25日电 题:台商新春联谊:看好大陆前景 两岸经贸“不能断也不会断”

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分手后,“520”“1314”这种转账该不该还

  □ 本报记者     周宵鹏

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婚礼录像不完整 赔偿精神损害六千

  □ 本报记者 范瑞恒

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网购盆景竟是重点保护蕨类,报警

  □ 本报记者   罗莎莎

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夏宝龙:做好地区治理是香港实现良政善治的必然要求

  中新社香港2月24日电 据国务院港澳事务办公室24日消息,中央港澳工作办公室主任、国务院港澳事务办公室主任夏宝龙当天继续在香港进行考察调研。其间他表示,做好地区治理是香港实现良政善治的必然要求。

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专家解读中央财经委员会第四次会议

  昨天,中央财经委员会举行第四次会议,研究大规模设备更新和消费品以旧换新,有效降低全社会物流成本等问题。如何推动新一轮大规模设备更新和消费品以旧换新?如何有效降低全社会物流成本?

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Fifteen dead and dozens injured in China flat fire

Officials suggested the blaze started on the building's first floor, where electric bikes were stored.

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Apartment block fire in China’s Nanjing city kills at least 15, officials say

The blaze started on the first floor where electric bikes had been placed, according to officials, but the cause is still unknown

At least 15 people were killed and 44 injured in a fire at a residential building in eastern China’s Nanjing city, local authorities said.

The fire broke out early Friday morning, officials said at a press conference, with a preliminary investigation suggesting the blaze started on the building’s first floor, where electric bikes had been placed.

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US Republicans call for McKinsey to be banned from federal contracts

Senators say think-tank led by consultancy undermined national security by advising China’s government

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Culture, democracy and clout: why three Pacific countries are sticking with Taiwan

Tuvalu, Palau and the Marshall Islands hold diplomatic ties with Taiwan despite pressure from China to switch sides

As a king tide swept through Tuvalu this month, flooding homes and disrupting local sea routes, changes in political currents were also buffeting the country.

The wild weather delayed a key meeting between newly elected members of parliament to determine the successor to Tuvalu’s prime minister Kausea Natano, who lost his seat in January’s elections.

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Editor of Vogue China to leave in latest senior Condé Nast exit

Margaret Zhang was seen as one of the group’s rising stars

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China’s playbook no longer involves a big stimulus bazooka

Beijing is adjusting to a more parsimonious future — but are its people?

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China’s Communist party calls for ‘fight’ against Taiwan independence

Sharper language shows Beijing is stepping up pressure on Taipei following presidential election

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Weather tracker: Contrasts in cold and heat break records in China

Xinjiang in north-west recorded minus 52.3C, while Badu in south recorded 38C – the largest temperature contrast recorded in a single country

China’s Xinjiang region, in the far west of the country, experienced record-breaking low temperatures of -52.3C on 18 February, surpassing a 64-year-old record for the region. The figure was just shy of the lowest national temperature of -53C, which was recorded in the Heilongjiang region in January last year.

The extreme weather has caused big disruption after the lunar new year celebrations, with blizzards and ice leaving people stranded on roads and railways. On the same day, Badu in the south of China recorded a maximum temperature of 38C, meaning there was a staggering temperature difference of 90.3C across the country. This is the largest temperature contrast ever recorded for a single country, surpassing the US in January 1954 by a whole degree Celsius.

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Huge cybersecurity leak lifts lid on world of China’s hackers for hire

Leaked files shows range of services offered and bought, with data harvested from targets worldwide

A big leak of data from a Chinese cybersecurity firm has revealed state security agents paying tens of thousands of pounds to harvest data on targets, including foreign governments, while hackers hoover up huge amounts of information on any person or institution who might be of interest to their prospective clients.

The cache of more than 500 leaked files from the Chinese firm I-Soon was posted on the developer website Github and is thought by cybersecurity experts to be genuine. Some of the targets discussed include Nato and the UK Foreign Office.

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McKinsey-led think-tank advised China on policy that fed US tensions

Urban China Initiative counselled Beijing on cutting-edge technologies in preparation of Five-Year Plan

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Leak shows China uses private company to hack citizens and foreign states

Cache of documents reveals role of business in providing authorities with cyber espionage tools and services

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A window of opportunity for Western companies to quit Xinjiang

With investor confidence in China weak as its economy slows, VW and BASF are more willing to brave a political backlash

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Growth in CO2 emissions leaves China likely to miss climate targets

Carbon intensity of the country’s economy remains high, despite rapid improvements in clean energy output

China is off track on all of its core 2025 climate targets, despite the fact that clean energy is now the biggest driver of the country’s economic growth, analysis has found.

After years of extraordinarily rapid growth, China is now grappling with a slowdown that is causing ripples internally and internationally. The government has supercharged the growth of the renewable energy industry but it has simultaneously poured stimulus funds into construction and manufacturing, and continues to approve coal power.

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Cost of raising children in China second-highest in world, thinktank reveals

Expense and challenge of balancing work and family life key factors in declining birthrate and shrinking population

China is one of the most expensive places in the world to raise a child, outstripping the US and Japan in relative terms, a prominent Chinese thinktank has said.

A report released on Wednesday by the Beijing-based YuWa Population Research Institute found that the average cost of raising a child in China until the age of 18 is 538,000 yuan (£59,275) – more than 6.3 times as high as its GDP per capita, compared with 4.11 times in the US or 4.26 times in Japan.

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EU agrees first sanctions on Chinese and Indian companies for Russia war links

Curbs on almost 200 entities aim to ‘degrade’ Moscow’s capability to attack Ukraine

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White House moves to defend US ports from Chinese cyber threat

Move includes billions of dollars to replace container cranes amid concerns hackers could disrupt supply chains

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How China tries to indoctrinate Taiwan’s youth

United Front Work Department aims to spread influence and marginalise government in Taipei

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US veto sends wrong message over Gaza, says China

Beijing suggests blocking calls for an immediate ceasefire gives a “green light to continued slaughter".

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Russia foils western sanctions on natural gas project as shipments near

Arctic LNG 2 plant completed with Chinese help as Beijing becomes biggest importer of the Russian gas

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Bumper bonuses at HSBC do not reflect China risk

Weakness in the region makes hefty payouts increasingly difficult to justify

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China circumvents US tariffs by shipping more goods via Mexico

Data highlight difficulties in cutting Chinese exporters out of American supply chains

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China needs to do more on ‘silent crisis’ of debt, says World Bank official

Beijing must be more ready to support countries facing distress, says deputy chief economist

China holds the key to speeding up debt relief and ending the “silent crisis” that is holding back attempts to tackle poverty in the world’s poorest countries, a senior World Bank official has said.

Ayhan Kose, the Bank’s deputy chief economist, said Beijing needed to be more active in negotiations to provide financial support for those countries already in, or close to, debt distress.

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Chinese authorities toughen quant trading rules in bid to prop up stock market

New regime comes after regulators punish major trading house for automated dumping of shares

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Taiwan chases Chinese coastguard boat from frontline islands as tensions rise

Taiwan’s coastguard said it will continue to use surveillance and patrols amid escalating dispute after fatal capsizing last week

Taiwan has driven away a Chinese coastguard boat that entered waters near its sensitive frontline islands, one day after China’s coastguard boarded a Taiwanese tourist boat amid an escalating dispute sparked by a fatal capsizing last week.

A Chinese coastguard boat, numbered 8029, entered Taiwan’s waters near Kinmen on Tuesday morning, Taiwan’s coastguard said, adding that it dispatched a boat and used radio and broadcast to drive away the Chinese craft, which left the area an hour later.

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Samsung and LG join forces against Chinese rivals in battle for display dominance

After taking over mass-market LCDs, Chinese manufacturers are threatening to undercut South Korean makers on premium OLED technology

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Yang Hengjun will not appeal suspended death sentence in China, family says

The Australian writer was found guilty on espionage charges in February after spending five years in prison

Australian writer Yang Hengjun will not appeal against the suspended death sentence imposed by a Chinese court, with his family saying further legal challenges would be detrimental to his welfare.

Yang was found guilty on espionage charges in China in February after spending five years in prison.

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‘Little by little, the truth is being discovered’: the archive rescuing China’s forbidden films

A golden era of Chinese cinema was brought to a halt by Xi Jinping’s regime, but now, thousands of miles away, a rich world of banned documentaries and dramas is being studied and celebrated

On the wall of an unassuming second- floor room in Newcastle University sits a map, Blu-Tacked, unframed. At first glance it looks like any other map of China. But on closer inspection, the cities labelled on the map are not just the major urban centres. They are the places that have hosted important film festivals over the years, the details of which are annotated in colour-coded text.

Covering the final years of the so-called golden era of the scene, the map shows dozens of film festivals that used to be active across China. There was the China Independent Film Festival (Ciff) in Nanjing, the Beijing Independent Film Festival (Biff), and the Yunnan Multiculture Visual Festival (Yunfest), among others. In 2024, China’s film community is a shadow of its former self. All these festivals – and more than a dozen others – have been forced to close in the years after Xi Jinping, China’s ultra-repressive leader, took office in 2012.

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Boeing’s crisis may open gap for Chinese jets to fly through

Demand for air travel is booming in south and south-east Asia, which are less sensitive to US-China tensions

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China cuts mortgage-linked lending rate by record amount

Five-year loan prime rate reduction unlikely to offer imminent relief to flagging home sales, analysts say

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Australia to build biggest navy since second world war to meet China threat

Planned upgrade follows defence review that highlighted Beijing’s military expansion in Pacific

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Messi defends HK absence as backlash continues

The football superstar has addressed Chinese fans in a video posted on social media platform Weibo.

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China, Xi Jinping and the making of ‘one people, one ideology’

Two stimulating books shine a vital light on the thinking behind the superpower

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China coast guard boards Taiwan tourist boat in escalation of tensions

The incident comes days after a Chinese fishing boat, which was being pursued by Taiwan’s coast guard, capsized killing two

China’s coast guard has boarded a Taiwanese tourist vessel, as tensions continue to escalate in the waters between China’s mainland and Taiwan’s Kinmen islands after a capsizing killed two people last week.

The Taiwanese sight-seeing ferry King Xia was carrying 11 crew and 23 passengers on a tour around Kinmen’s main island on Monday when it was intercepted by two Chinese coast guard patrol vessels. Six officers boarded the King Xia and asked to inspect the documentation of the crew, before disembarking about 30 minutes later, Taiwan’s Coast Guard Authority (CGA) said. Soon after a Taiwan coast guard patrol arrived to escort King Xia back to port.

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Chinese companies revive Mao-era militias

People’s Liberation Army mobilisation units reflect Xi Jinping’s focus on security as economy slows

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Singapore, Hong Kong Spac failures highlight thwarted ambitions

Lack of new listings and stalled mergers dim prospects for ‘blank-cheque companies’

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Currys takeover battle looms as JD.com eyes bid

The Chinese e-commerce firm joins US investor Elliot as a possible bidder for the UK retail group.

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Australia detains alleged key player in North Korean tobacco smuggling scheme after US request

Exclusive: Jin Guanghua was arrested by the AFP in Melbourne last year and is facing extradition to the US

A Chinese national has been quietly arrested and detained in Australia for 11 months at the request of US authorities investigating an alleged tobacco smuggling conspiracy that generated an estimated A$1.1bn (US$700m) in revenue to North Korea.

Jin Guanghua, 52, was arrested by the Australian federal police in Melbourne last March. Described in US court documents as an Australian resident, Jin was kept in custody in Melbourne for several months before being transferred to immigration detention while awaiting extradition.

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China offers to deepen security ties with Hungary

Beijing’s move comes at a time when Budapest’s relationship with its EU and Nato allies is at a low point

China has offered to deepen security cooperation with Hungary, underscoring Budapest’s warming ties with Beijing just as Hungarian officials snubbed a visiting delegation from Washington.

Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orbán, met China’s minister of public security, Wang Xiaohong, on Friday.

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China Lunar New Year spending tops pre-Covid level

Figures for the start of the Year of the Dragon show millions of people made trips during the break.

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‘It’s legalised robbery’: anger grows at China’s struggling shadow banks

Investors in one of the country’s ailing financial trusts have realised that the state may no longer always protect them

Wang Jin felt sure that he could invest in Sichuan Trust, an institution that was part of one of what he describes as the “four pillars” of China’s financial system: banks, securities, insurance and trusts. Promised a return on his investment of 8.3%, he handed over 1.6m yuan (£178,000) in 2019. “The trust had a state licence, so we believed in its integrity,” Wang (not his real name) recalls.

Unluckily for him, in May 2020, the company said that it would be unable to repay 20bn yuan of investments. Protests ensued, with hundreds of middle-aged investors gathering outside the headquarters in Chengdu to demand their money back. By the end of the year, the local government had taken over the firm, which was reported to have a shortfall of more than 30bn yuan on its books, although the company said the sum was closer to 25bn.

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From beehive to kitchen table: UK beekeepers call for new law to trace honey’s origin

British producers to back EU’s proposed regulations to stop trade in adulterated honey

Britain’s beekeepers are backing ­proposed new rules to combat fraud in the supply chain, ensuring a jar of honey can be traced on its journey of up to 5,000 miles from the beehive to the shop shelf.

The European parliament has agreed new labelling rules and a project to establish a traceability system for honey from harvesting to the consumer. The proposed rules are part of an overhaul of the “breakfast directives”, including the honey directive.

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China, Russia and Cambodia top list of regimes targeting critics in exile

The five biggest perpetrators of transnational repression last year also included the governments of Myanmar and Turkmenistan, according to report

Scores of attacks, including assassinations, abductions and assaults, were perpetrated by 25 governments last year against people outside their borders, new analysis reveals.

Data from the Washington DC-based pro-democracy organisation Freedom House reveals that the governments of Russia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Turkmenistan and China were the biggest five perpetrators of transnational repression in 2023.

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Authors ‘excluded from Hugo awards over China concerns’

Leaked emails reveal organisers of leading science fiction and fantasy awards flagged works of a ‘sensitive political nature’

Leaked emails from the organisers of the prestigious Hugo awards for science fiction and fantasy suggest several authors were excluded from shortlists last year after they were flagged for comments or works that could be viewed as sensitive in China.

In January the Hugo awards published the statistics behind the 2023 awards, which were held as part of the World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon) in the Chinese city of Chengdu in October. The data showed that the New York Times bestseller RF Kuang and the young adult author Xiran Jay Zhao were among authors who had received enough nominations to be on the ballot in their respective categories but were deemed “not eligible” by the award’s administrators, without further explanation.

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China holds citizen on spying charges after she did ‘admin’ work for US company

Case of Emily Chen, who did a few months’ work for US logistics firm, highlights ‘deteriorating’ climate for foreign firms

China has detained one of its citizens on spying charges after she did some work for a US company, in a case that experts say highlights the potential risks of working for foreign businesses in the country.

Emily Chen, 50, disappeared after flying into Nanjing Lukou international airport in December on a visit from Doha, where she lives.

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Beijing condemns Taiwan after two Chinese fishers die in speedboat crash

The vessel capsized while being chased by Taiwan’s coastguard near the Kinmen islands, in what China called a ‘malignant incident’

Beijing has condemned Taiwanese authorities after two Chinese fishers drowned while being chased by Taiwan’s coastguard off the coast of the Kinmen archipelago.

The Kinmen islands lie within a few miles of China’s Fujian coast and are controlled by Taiwan.

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Genetics journal retracts 18 papers from China due to human rights concerns

Researchers used samples from populations deemed by experts and campaigners to be vulnerable to exploitation, including Uyghurs and Tibetans

A genetics journal from a leading scientific publisher has retracted 18 papers from China, in what is thought to be the biggest mass retraction of academic research due to concerns about human rights.

The articles were published in Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine (MGGM), a genetics journal published by the US academic publishing company Wiley. The papers were retracted this week after an agreement between the journal’s editor in chief, Suzanne Hart, and the publishing company. In a review process that took over two years, investigators found “inconsistencies” between the research and the consent documentation provided by researchers.

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China cancels Argentina games amid Messi backlash

Chinese officials call off two Argentina friendlies after Lionel Messi failed to turn out for Inter Miami in an exhibition match in Hong Kong.

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North Koreans working in China 'exploited like slaves'

An estimated 100,000 North Koreans are posted abroad, where they earn valuable foreign currency.

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China anti-fraud app could monitor Tibetans - report

Research groups say an app aimed at stopping scams could be used to monitor Tibetans.

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Snowstorms disrupt Lunar New Year travel in China

Freezing weather has come in the middle of the "largest annual human migration".

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Shenzhou-17 taikonauts send Spring Festival greetings from space

9 (Xinhua) -- China's Shenzhou-17 crew members extended their Spring Festival greetings via video from space on Friday, the Chinese Lunar New Year's eve.Onboard the country's space station, the three taikonauts, Tang Hongbo, Tang Shengjie and Jiang Xinlin, expressed their wishes for the prosperity of the motherland and all Chinese people.

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