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Reuters : China
03  juillet     10h12
Eastern China cities tighten COVID curbs as new clusters emerge
   BEIJING Reuters Cities in eastern China tightened COVID curbs on Sunday as coronavirus clusters emerge posing a new threat to China s economic recovery under the government s strict zero COVID policy Wuxi a manufacturing hub in the Yangtze Delta on the central coast halted operations at
    05h38
China lashed by year’s first typhoon, record rains forecast
   SHANGHAI Reuters China s first typhoon of the year brought gales and rain to its southern shores on Saturday as forecasters warned of record rainfall and high disaster risk in provinces including Guangdong the country s most populous Typhoon Chaba the Thai name for the hibiscus flower was
02  juillet     04h09
China reports 268 new COVID cases on July 1 vs 245 day earlier
   SHANGHAI Reuters Mainland China reported new COVID cases for July of which were symptomatic and were asymptomatic the National Health Commission said on Saturday That compares with new cases a day earlier symptomatic and asymptomatic infections which China counts
    01h20
China to loosen entry restrictions on U.S. citizens, transit via 3rd country now permitted
   Reuters China will loosen entry restrictions on U S citizens allowing entrance in case of transit via a third country notices issued late on Friday by the Chinese embassy in Washington said relaxing rules imposed in Beijing s drive to curb COVID China s dynamic COVID zero policy which
01  juillet     11h03
Japan eases travel advisory for China, others as COVID risk fades
   TOKYO Reuters The Japanese government said on Friday it had lowered its infectious diseases related travel advisory from do not make non urgent trips to travel with caution for China India and other countries as risks posed by COVID infections eased Other countries on the list
    08h55
China urges U.S. to fulfill climate duties after Supreme Court ruling
   BEIJING Reuters The United States must meet its international obligations on climate change and do more than shout slogans China s foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Friday following a U S Supreme Court ruling limiting Washington s ability to cut power sector emissions The
    08h43
UK PM says China must be held to commitments made on Hong Kong
   LONDON Reuters Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Britain would do all it could to hold Beijing to its commitments on democratic rights made years ago when Hong Kong was handed back to China Johnson said China had failed to comply with its commitment to respect a One Country Two Systems
    06h59
Russia arrests scientist for alleged collaboration with Chinese secret services
   MOSCOW Reuters Russia has detained a scientist in Siberia on suspicion of state treason for allegedly collaborating with China s security services the state news agency TASS reported on Friday citing regional authorities and the man s family Dmitry Kolker a doctor of physics and mathematics
    03h33
Chinese smart car supplier PATEO raises 1 billion yuan in new funding round
   SHANGHAI Reuters Chinese smart vehicle supplier Shanghai PATEO Electronic Equipment Manufacturing Co said on Friday it had raised billon yuan million in a latest funding round led by state owned investment firms Shanghai Guosheng Capital Jinggangshan Investment and the investment
    02h16
Ports close in China island province Hainan as tropical storm Chaba looms
   SHANGHAI Reuters Local authorities in China s Hainan province on Friday announced the closure of three ports as weather forecasters reclassified Chaba as a severe tropical storm that was expected to make landfall over the weekend Chaba currently east of Hainan will move at a speed of km
    00h58
China not giving material support for Russia’s war in Ukraine -U.S. official
   WASHINGTON Reuters The United States has not seen China evade sanctions or provide military equipment to Russia a senior U S official said on Thursday adding that enforcement measures taken earlier in the week targeted certain Chinese companies not the government The Commerce Department
30  juin     23h43
China says New Zealand PM’s comments on assertiveness wrong
   WELLINGTON Reuters China s embassy in New Zealand rebuked New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for comments she made at the NATO summit about Chinese assertiveness calling them misguided and wrong Ardern said on Wednesday in Madrid that China has in recent times also become
    21h25
Hong Kong has ’risen from the ashes’, China’s Xi says on rare visit
   HONG KONG Reuters Hong Kong has overcome its challenges and risen from the ashes China s President Xi Jinping said on Thursday as he arrived in the former British colony to celebrate years since its return to Chinese rule After Xi began his first visit to the city since British
    16h16
Typhoon warning raised for tropical storm Chaba, heavy winds to lash South China
   BEIJING Reuters Hong Kong s weather forecaster raised the typhoon warning late on Thursday for Tropical Storm Chaba with threatening wind gusts expected to slam into South China and cause more damage to inland areas still suffering from weeks of destructive rainstorms The first tropical
    11h59
China moves to buy more Russian oil, but will it help or hinder?: Russell
   LAUNCESTON Australia Reuters China is laying the groundwork to take an ever increasing share of steeply discounted Russian crude oil in a move that could in theory at least free up supplies from other countries and boost the supply of refined fuels The world s biggest crude importer bought
    10h17
Learn Ukraine lessons and apply them to Taiwan, Britain says
   LONDON Reuters The West must learn from its mistakes in failing to deter Russia s invasion of Ukraine and apply those lessons to protect peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait British foreign minister Liz Truss said on Thursday as Beijing protested Tensions between Taiwan and China which
    04h51
China’s property bottom leaves few standing tall
   HONG KONG Reuters Breakingviews Few are standing tall in the troubled world of Chinese real estate China Vanke the second largest developer by sales reckons parts of the housing market are recovering But weaker rivals are struggling and a rebound requires access to borrowing markets where
    04h11
China summer railway travel expected to rebound as COVID curbs ease
   BEIJING Reuters As China loosens its months long COVID curbs railway travel is expected to see an uptick in passengers just in time for the summer transport season which starts on July By Aug the number of passenger trips on China s railway network is expected to reach million
29  juin     22h08
New Zealand PM says China more assertive, more willing to challenge rules
   WELLINGTON Reuters New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday China has become more assertive and more willing to challenge international rules and norms and urged the use of diplomacy and economic links to build ties in the Indo Pacific region In a speech at the NATO
    15h32
Typhoon warning issued ahead of Hong Kong handover anniversary
   BEIJING Reuters Hong Kong s weather forecaster released a typhoon warning late on Wednesday urging the public to stay away from the coast as rain and unsettled weather moves across southern China ahead of the th anniversary of Hong Kong s handover to the mainland Chinese President Xi