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ASX to rise; Caution on China high

LiveUpdated May 25, 2020 – 8.30am, first published at 7.53amKey PointsThe Australian sharemarket is poised to rise at the open this morning.Tensions between the US and China continue to simmer.6 mins ago – 8.30amSandfire to restart drilling in BotswanaWilliam McInnesSandfire Resources is set to resume exploration activity in Botswana by early June after the government…



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Why are we hesitating to demand an inquiry into China?

OpinionFrom business to academia and government, British institutions refuse to face the hard facts about China, The Telegraph’s Charles Moore.Charles MooreAustralia has called for an international inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus outbreak. Not unreasonable, you might think. The virus was made in China. It has now put paid to the prosperity of almost…


Stock Futures at Risk as Second Wave of Coronavirus Hits China’s Harbin

Stock Futures at Risk as Second Wave of Coronavirus Hits China’s Harbin

Unconfirmed reports suggest China is experiencing another massive coronavirus outbreak — this time in Harbin, Heilongjiang province. Chinese authorities claim to have detected several new cases imported from Russia. And this could have sparked uncontrolled community transmission. Is China blindsiding the world again? Northern China is believed to be the origin of the incorrectly-named Spanish…


Inside the (rather awkward) charm offensive that Huawei hopes will convince the world it’s OK

Inside the (rather awkward) charm offensive that Huawei hopes will convince the world it’s OK

SHENZHEN, China — Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. rotating chairman Eric Xu seems frustrated when asked why the telecom equipment maker, the world’s largest, should be trusted amid accusations of espionage, intellectual property theft, conspiracy and fraud, charges that could damage its global expansion plans just as telecoms are poised to spend billions on 5G equipment.…


U.S. lawmakers introduce bipartisan bills targeting Huawei, ZTE, other Chinese telecom companies

U.S. lawmakers introduce bipartisan bills targeting Huawei, ZTE, other Chinese telecom companies

WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers introduced bills on Wednesday that would ban the sale of U.S. chips or other components to Huawei Technologies Co Ltd , ZTE Corp or other Chinese telecommunications companies that violate U.S. sanctions or export control laws.Senator Tom Cotton and Representative Mike Gallagher, both Republicans, along with Senator…