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China Refuses 9,000 Liters of Beer, 8,000 Kilograms of Beef from Australia

The South China Morning Post (SCMP) on Wednesday reviewed Chinese customs data and found several major blockages of Australian imports over the past month, including 9,000 liters of Australian craft beer turned away at the port city of Xiamen and 8,000 kilograms of frozen beef denied entry to Shanghai. China and Australia are embroiled in a long-running trade and diplomatic feud.

Cargo ships berth at a port in Qingdao in China's eastern Shandong province on May 8, 2019. - China's exports fell more than expected in April while imports rose, official data showed on May 8, ahead of high-stakes talks aimed at resolving a trade war with the United States. (Photo …

India Sees Surge in Clothing Manufacturers Fleeing China

The Times of India (TOI) reported on Friday that a substantial number of large garment companies are shifting their operations from China to India. India has been waging a boycott campaign against China and trying to persuade international corporations to do business with India instead.

(L-R) Javi Martinez, Johannes Moesmang, Claudio Pizarro, Elfi Boeck, Werner Boeck, Hanne Jacobson, Mads Mikkelsen and Ayda Williams during the 50th anniversary celebration of Marc O'Polo at its headquarter on July 6, 2017 in Stephanskirchen, Germany. (Photo by Joerg Koch/Getty Images for Marc O'Polo)

Hayward: China Benefits from Experts’ Reversal on Recommending Medical Masks

Now that most international public health experts have reversed their curious positions from earlier this year that masks do nothing to slow the spread of the Wuhan virus, China has capitalized on the surging demand for masks to become the world’s biggest provider, despite persistent complaints from customers about the poor quality of Chinese products.

China exported 3.86 billion masks and almost 40 million pieces of protective clothing since March 1

Push for Martial Law in Hong Kong Could Save, or Destroy, the Economy

After Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam made remarks on Tuesday that indicated she might invoke a law that would give her broad emergency powers to deal with the protest movement, arguments about whether such a move would save, or destroy, Hong Kong’s economy have boiled across the island and among international observers.

Police officers point their guns at protesters in Tseun Wan in Hong Kong on August 25, 2019 in the latest opposition protests to a planned extradition law that has since morphed into a wider call for democratic rights in the semi-autonomous city. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA/AFP/Getty Images)

South Korean Lawmaker Claims Japan Violated North Korea Sanctions

A nasty diplomatic dispute between South Korea and Japan grew even more intense on Thursday as a South Korean lawmaker accused the Japanese of shipping banned materials to North Korea on 30 different occasions over the past 20 years, in some cases shipping items that were useful in the production of nuclear weapons.

This file photo dated 18 January 2001 shows trucks at the port in Osaka stopped beside the 16,104-ton North Korean freighter Dok Chon to load bags of rice for shipment in aid to North Korea. Most North Korean ships were effectively barred from entering Japan from 01 March 2005 as …

Report: Canada Seeks U.S. Help as China Retaliates Economically for Huawei Arrest

CBC News reported on Sunday that Canada is frustrated with the United States for not doing enough to resolve tensions between Ottawa and Beijing – tensions which escalated into an economic showdown after Canada detained Chinese tech mogul Meng Wanzhou of the Huawei telecom corporation for extradition to the U.S. on charges of fraud and violating sanctions.

China expands ban on Canadian canola imports to second firm