Foreign Investors Nervous as More Chinese Business Executives Vanish

The number of high-level Chinese business executives who have vanished without warning during dictator Xi Jinping’s latest political purge keeps growing, and it has evidently made foreign investors nervous enough to hinder Xi’s efforts to lure them back after his insane coronavirus lockdowns.

Chinese President Xi Jinping

Fresh from Breaking Down Alibaba, China Targets Tencent for ‘Antitrust’ Action

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP), having humbled billionaire Jack Ma and cut his Alibaba e-commerce empire down to size with anti-trust regulations, turned its attention to another tech billionaire and his corporation, Pony Ma and the social media/videogame titan Tencent Holdings. Pony Ma was reportedly called in for an unpublicized meeting with antitrust officials on Thursday.

Ma Huateng, chairman and chief executive officer of Tencent Holdings Ltd. speaks during th

India Bans More Chinese Smartphone Apps

India banned an uncertain number of Chinese smartphone apps Tuesday, adding to the 59 banned at the end of June and 47 more, mostly clones and alternate versions of the original 59, in July.

Members of the Working Journalist of India (WJI) hold placards urging citizens to remove C

Report: China Made Epidemic Worse by Censoring Coronavirus News

A report published by the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab on Tuesday charged the Chinese government with heavily censoring news and discussion of the coronavirus outbreak beginning at the end of December. The report noted that China’s broad censorship practices could “restrict vital communication related to disease information and prevention.”

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