The team, together with strengthened law enforcement and class-action mechanisms against aggravated cases, will also serve as the foundation for a registration-based IPO system as the defense line against information disclosure-related breaches, according to Lu. … [Read more...] about Economic Watch: China announces zero-tolerance on financial crimes
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Though the government has been pushing for exports of high-value manufactured goods across major markets in place of raw materials and input goods, India’s top exports to China remain in the raw materials category, shows the latest data released by the commerce department for FY20. … [Read more...] about What does India export the most to China?
Sudan’s transitional government is struggling to end decades-long rebellions in different areas of the country, including Darfur, where most people live in displaced and refugee camps. Longtime leader Omar al-Bashir, who was overthrown in a popular uprising in April 2019, faces international charges of genocide and crimes against humanity over a scorched-earth campaign against rebels in Darfur in the 2000s. … [Read more...] about Sudanese armed groups attack in Darfur kills 13 people
China claims 90% of the potentially energy-rich South China Sea, but Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam also lay claim to parts of it, through which about $3 trillion of trade passes each year. Beijing has built bases atop atolls in the region but says its intentions are peaceful. … [Read more...] about U.S. rejects China’s claims in South China Sea