Posts Tagged ‘China’

Why new diseases keep appearing in China

Why new diseases keep appearing in China

As of early March 2020, a new coronavirus, called COVID-19, is in more than 70 countries and has killed more than 3,100 people, the vast majority in China. That’s where the virus Read the rest of this entry »

Death toll from China’s coronavirus outbreak hits 722, surpassing the total from SARS

Death toll from China’s coronavirus outbreak hits 722, surpassing the total from SARS

Sen. Mike Braun says Trump is bringing China closer to trade deal

Sen. Mike Braun says Trump is bringing China closer to trade deal


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China building it’s third, & largest aircraft carrier

China building it’s third, & largest aircraft carrier


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Xinhua’s first English AI anchor makes debut

Xinhua’s first English AI anchor makes debut

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China unveils an uncanny AI anchor based on a popular newsreader

China unveils an uncanny AI anchor based on a popular newsreader

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China hack attack hits Apple and Amazon

Breaking News – ‘China hack attack hits Apple and Amazon’



Chinese hackers and USA 2018
Corporative security

Chinese ship forces US destroyer off course

Breaking News – Chinese ship forces US destroyer off course



South China Sea

Why Sweden and China have fallen out

Why Sweden and China have fallen out



Chinese tourists and hotel in Sweden
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China starts buying Russian gaz

China starts buying Russian gaz



The European Union (EU) has agreed to step up LNG imports from the United States, Trump said earlier this week following his talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, who confirmed the plans and announced the EU’s intention to build more terminals for this purpose. In 2017, the US supplied 3 bln cubic meters of gas to Europe, which is considered to be a small portion, considering that Europe’s total consumption reached around 500 bln cubic meters last year. The US is going to deliver another 8.4 bln cubic meters by 2020 pursuant to long-term contracts (there are four of them in total).
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