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US Undeterred Over China Sanctions

Beijing News 24 Jul 2021
"These actions are the latest examples of how Beijing punishes private citizens, companies and civil society organizations as a way to send political signals and further illustrate the PRC's deteriorating investment climate and rising political risk," Psaki added ... China firmly opposes this and strongly condemns it," a statement from Beijing said.
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Beijing tutoring crackdown slams U.S.-listed Chinese stocks

Reuters 24 Jul 2021
July 23 (Reuters) - Fears of increased of regulation from Beijing crushed U.S.-listed Chinese stocks on Friday following a Chinese government crackdown on private educators ... Beijing launched a data-related cybersecurity investigation into ride-hailing giant Didi Global Inc ...
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China imposes sanctions on US officials

BBC News 24 Jul 2021
Those targeted include former US Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross ... "These actions are the latest examples of how Beijing punishes private citizens, companies and civil society organisations as a way to send political signals," she said. The relationship between Beijing and Washington became even more strained under the Trump administration ... .
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U.S. diplomat worried about pandemic, food supply in North Korea

News-Press Now 24 Jul 2021
... Beijing to play its role ... "These actions are the latest examples of how Beijing punishes private citizens, companies and civil society organizations as a way to send political signals and further illustrate (China's) deteriorating investment climate and rising political risks.".
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US ‘Undeterred’ Over China Sanctions

Voa News 23 Jul 2021
“These actions are the latest examples of how Beijing punishes private citizens, companies and civil society organizations as a way to send political signals and further illustrate the PRC’s deteriorating investment climate and rising political risk,” Psaki added ... China firmly opposes this and strongly condemns it,” a statement from Beijing said.
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China sanctions former US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, others

Al Jazeera 23 Jul 2021
“These actions are the latest examples of how Beijing punishes private citizens, companies and civil society organisations as a way to send political signals,” Psaki said, adding that they illustrated the very risks about which the US government had warned ... Some of the groups hit by Beijing largely dismissed any negative impact of the sanctions.
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China retaliates with sanctions on former U.S. commerce secretary Ross, others

Reuters 23 Jul 2021
"These actions are the latest examples of how Beijing punishes private citizens, companies and civil society organizations as a way to send political signals," Psaki said, adding that they illustrated the very risks about which the U.S ... Some of the groups hit by Beijing largely dismissed any negative impact of the sanctions.
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US indicts 9 persons associated with Chinese 'Fox hunt'

Beijing News 23 Jul 2021
... Beijing's dissidents. The nine people, including Chinese nationals and an American private investigator, were charged with acting as illegal agents of China, conspiracy and illegal stalking of dissidents and Beijing regime critics between 2016 and 2019, reported Washington Times.
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US indicts 9 persons associated with China's covert hunt of dissidents

Yahoo Daily News 23 Jul 2021
The nine people, including Chinese nationals and an American private investigator, were charged with acting as illegal agents of China, conspiracy and illegal stalking of dissidents and Beijing regime critics between 2016 and 2019, reported Washington Times.
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China sanctions Wilbur Ross, others after US warns of doing business in Hong Kong

The Hill 23 Jul 2021
ADVERTISEMENT ... These actions are the latest examples of how Beijing punishes private citizens, companies and civil society organizations as a way to send political signals, and further illustrate the PRC’s deteriorating investment climate and rising political risk," Psaki continued. ADVERTISEMENT ... Our full statement on being sanctioned by Beijing..
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Panama renews maritime transport agreement with China

Seatrade Maritime News 23 Jul 2021
Related. Podcast. In Conversation with José Alejandro Rojas, Panama Minister of Facilitation of Private Investments. In November 2017 in Beijing, Panama and China signed a bi-lateral Agreement on Maritime Transport that included Panama in the list of co-operative nations and promoting the competitiveness of the Ship Registry ...   .
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Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, July 23, 2021

The White House 23 Jul 2021
These actions are the latest examples of how Beijing punishes private citizens, companies, and civil society organizations as a way to send political signals and further illustrate the PRC’s deteriorating — deteriorating investment climate and rising political risk. .
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Beijing signals end to US$2 trillion US listing juggernaut

Taipei Times 22 Jul 2021
The two decades that saw China’s most successful and powerful private companies list in the US is coming to a close ... Unlike companies in Hong Kong, whose laissez-faire approach to business meant that there were few rules on company fundraising, mainland-based private enterprises faced much higher hurdles ... The message from Beijing is clear.
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China weighing unprecedented penalty for Didi after US IPO

Straits Times 22 Jul 2021
Regulators see the ride-hailing giant's decision to go public despite pushback from the Cyberspace Administration of China as a challenge to Beijing's authority, the people said, asking not to be named because the matter is private ... Beijing has said it wants to stop powerful tech companies from abusing their power and crushing innovative upstarts.
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China Weighs Unprecedented Penalty for Didi After U.S. IPO

Yahoo Daily News 22 Jul 2021
Regulators see the ride-hailing giant’s decision to go public despite pushback from the Cyberspace Administration of China as a challenge to Beijing’s authority, the people said, asking not to be named because the matter is private ... The crackdown began last year when Beijing forced Jack Ma’s Ant Group Co.
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