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The European Union on Wednesday threatened to send a delegation to Hong Kong in protest of China’s recent revamp of the semi-autonomous island’s political system. The European Union on Wednesday threatened to send a delegation to Hong Kong in protest of China’s recent revamp of the semi-autonomous island’s political system. 

EU threatens to send representatives to Hong Kong over electoral reforms | TheHill

The European Union on Wednesday threatened to send a delegation to Hong Kong in protest of China’s recent revamp of the semi-autonomous island’s political system. The European Union on Wednesday threatened to send a delegation to Hong Kong in protest of China’s recent revamp of the semi-autonomous island’s political system. 

EU threatens to send representatives to Hong Kong over electoral reforms | TheHill

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China passed a law on Thursday to counter foreign sanctions, as it strives to diffuse U.S. and EU pressure over trade, technology, Hong Kong and Xinjiang.China passed a law on Thursday to counter foreign sanctions, as it strives to diffuse U.S. and EU pressure over trade, technology, Hong Kong and Xinjiang.

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The moves by the city’s Beijing-appointed government have raised more questions about Hong Kong’s viability as a financial hub.The moves by the city’s Beijing-appointed government have raised more questions about Hong Kong’s viability as a financial hub.

How China is tightening its grip on Hong Kong’s media scene | The Japan Times

Non-locally-trained doctors under the current limited registration scheme face difficulties in continuing specialist training and restricted promotion prospects. These issues must be addressed in the interest of fairness and to meet public needs.Non-locally-trained doctors under the current limited registration scheme face difficulties in continuing specialist training and restricted promotion prospects. These issues must be addressed in the interest of fairness and to meet public needs.

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China's top legislature on Thursday passed a law against foreign sanctions, giving legal basis for the country to counter "discriminatory measures" from a foreign country.

China adopts law against foreign sanctions - CGTN

The PRC has a long history of remaking institutions, but keeping up the language and appearance of the past.The PRC has a long history of remaking institutions, but keeping up the language and appearance of the past.

Beijing’s Tried-and-Tested Plan to Hollow out Hong Kong’s Legislature – The Diplomat

The authorities have launched an ever-widening crackdown on political dissent in response to the 2019 protest movement.The authorities have launched an ever-widening crackdown on political dissent in response to the 2019 protest movement.

Two Years After Million-Strong Protest, Hongkongers 'Saddened' by Loss of Freedom — Radio Free Asia

Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi told reporters after the talks that the officials shared their concerns about China's activity in the East and South China Seas as a challenge to the international community. Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi told reporters after the talks that the officials shared their concerns about China's activity in the East and South China Seas as a challenge to the international community.

Japan, Australia share China concerns, augment defense ties - The Economic Times

TOKYO -- Japan and Australia stressed the "importance of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait" in a statement Wednesday after a meeting of thePartners tout defense cooperation, express concern over East and South China seas

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The top Chinese legislature has passed a bill aimed at protecting China’s core interests, its businesses and officials, from foreign sanctions amid an onslaught of economic attacks from the US and its Western allies.The top Chinese legislature has passed a bill aimed at protecting China’s core interests, its businesses and officials, from foreign sanctions amid an onslaught of economic attacks from the US and its Western allies.

Beijing passes anti-foreign sanction law to safeguard China’s core interests against Western interference — RT World News

Top lawmakers in China on Thursday voted to pass the highly expected Anti-foreign Sanctions Law, providing a comprehensive legal basis for blocking illegal foreign sanctions and preventing Chinese individuals and entities from suffering the damage resulting from such illegal sanctions. The new law will also offer sufficient legal foundation for taking an equal position with the West by imposing necessary countermeasures, Chinese legal experts said.

China’s newly passed Anti-foreign Sanctions Law to bring deterrent effect against Western hegemony - Global Times

Australian businesses have been warned to “de-risk” their relationships with China because of an intensifying trade stoush between the two countries. Australian businesses have been warned to “de-risk” their relationships with China because of an intensifying trade stoush between the two countries.

Businesses urged to ‘de-risk’ ties with China, as Xinjiang ‘colour and movement’ comment sparks anger

The European Union on Wednesday denounced Hong Kong's major overhaul of its political system as a breach by China of its international c...The European Union on Wednesday denounced Hong Kong's major overhaul of its political system as a breach by China of its international commitments and threatened to send a delegation to visit the ...

European Union 'will intensify response to situation in Hong Kong,' considers sending delegation | The Standard

China passed a law on Thursday to counter foreign sanctions, as it strives to diffuse US and EU pressure over trade, technology, Hong Kong and Xinjian...China passed a law on Thursday to counter foreign sanctions, as it strives to diffuse US and EU pressure over trade, technology, Hong Kong and Xinjian...

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Japan and Australia affirm the importance of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait while agreeing to deepen bilateral security cooperation amid China's rising assertiveness in regional waters.Japan and Australia affirm the importance of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait while agreeing to deepen bilateral security cooperation amid China's rising assertiveness in regional waters.

Japan, Australia affirm importance of peace across Taiwan Strait

Liberal Senator James Paterson says it is very pleasing to see Japan get behind and support Australia in calling out the "economic coercion" conducted by China. "I was very pleased to see the Japanese joining with us to condemn economic coercion," he told Sky News host Chris Kenny. Mr Paterson said an article in one of the Nine papers pointed out the world's first and third largest economies, US and Japan respectively, have both now "called out" what has been happening against Australia by the "second largest economy in the world, China." "That's a very pleasing thing for Australia. It shows that we're not alone and we're particularly not alone in our region. "There's a lot of countries who are increasingly seeing the world the same way we are and increasingly have shared interests and values with us."Liberal Senator James Paterson says it is very pleasing to see Japan get behind and support Australia in calling out the "economic coercion" conducted by China. "I was very pleased to see the Japanese joining with us to condemn economic coercion," he told Sky News host Chris Kenny. Mr Paterson said an article in one of the Nine papers pointed out the world's first and third largest economies, US and Japan respectively, have both now "called out" what has been happening against Australia by the "second largest economy in the world, China." "That's a very pleasing thing for Australia. It shows that we're not alone and we're particularly not alone in our region. "There's a lot of countries who are increasingly seeing the world the same way we are and increasingly have shared interests and values with us."

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Marise Payne and Peter Dutton meet with their Japanese counterparts, with the nations later issuing a joint statement declaring their opposition to "destabilising behaviour by economic means" and broaching the sensitive subject of Taiwan.Marise Payne and Peter Dutton meet with their Japanese counterparts, with the nations later issuing a joint statement declaring their opposition to "destabilising behaviour by economic means" and broaching the sensitive subject of Taiwan.

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Japanese FM Toshimitsu Motegi said the officials shared their concerns about China’s activity in the East and South China Seas as a challenge to the international community.Japanese FM Toshimitsu Motegi said the officials shared their concerns about China’s activity in the East and South China Seas as a challenge to the international community.

Japan, Australia share China concerns, raise defence ties - The Hindu

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China passes new law to counter sanctions against its officials, entities | Business Standard News

China has already slapped some Aussie exports with trade sanctions. Now, it’s warning of going one MAJOR step further.China has already slapped some Aussie exports with trade sanctions. Now, it’s warning of going one MAJOR step further.

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China passed legislation to retaliate against foreign sanctions, state-run media reported Thursday, as the country's tensions with the United States and other democratic nations have been escalating over human rights and security issues.   China passed legislation to retaliate against foreign sanctions, state-run media reported Thursday, as the country's tensions with the United States and other democratic nations have been escalating over human rights and security issues.  

China passes legislation to retaliate against foreign sanctions | ABS-CBN News

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US, Japan pushing to expand bilateral consensus on commitment to cross-strait status quo to rest of G-7 | 2021-06-09 17:20:00US, Japan pushing to expand bilateral consensus on commitment to cross-strait status quo to rest of G-7 | 2021-06-09 17:20:00

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Tokyo’s patience with China - as demonstrated by its strong backing of Australia - is wearing thin despite centuries of shared culture, trade and war.Tokyo’s patience with China - as demonstrated by its strong backing of Australia - is wearing thin despite centuries of shared culture, trade and war.

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China unhappy with Australia, Japan statement on reported abuses, warns them to 'stop meddling' | Newshub

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The foreign and defense ministers of Japan and Australia have shared concerns about China's maritime activities and agreed to strengthen security ties.The foreign and defense ministers of Japan and Australia have shared concerns about China's maritime activities and agreed to strengthen security ties.

Japan, Australia agree to step up security ties | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

TOKYO: Japan and Australia have agreed to urge a peaceful resolution of Taiwan-related issues, Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said on ...TOKYO: Japan and Australia have agreed to urge a peaceful resolution of Taiwan-related issues, Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said on ...

Japan, Australia urge peaceful resolution of Taiwan Strait issues - CNA

Tokyo and Canberra expressed concerns over what they said were the People’s Republic’s “coercive” and “destabilising” activities in the Asia Pacific region on...Tokyo and Canberra expressed concerns over what they said were the People’s Republic’s “coercive” and “destabilising” activities in the Asia Pacific region on...

Beijing Blasts Japan, Australia for ‘Slandering’ PRC, Playing Up ‘China Threat’ Amid Security Talks - Sputnik International

Josie Natori, CEO and Founder of The Natori Company, and Chat Razdan, CEO and Founder of Care + Wear, joined Yahoo Finance Live to break down their recent collaboration for a scrubs collection.Josie Natori, CEO and Founder of The Natori Company, and Chat Razdan, CEO and Founder of Care + Wear, joined Yahoo Finance Live to break down their recent collaboration for a scrubs collection.

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Foreign and defence ministers from Japan and Australia have agreed to strengthen their security ties as China becomes more assertive in pressing its claims to...Foreign and defence ministers from Japan and Australia have agreed to strengthen their security ties as China becomes more assertive in pressing its claims to...

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TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Japan and Australia underscored on Wednesday the importance of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait for the first time in bilTOKYO (Kyodo) -- Japan and Australia underscored on Wednesday the importance of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait for the first time in bil

Japan, Australia affirm importance of peace across Taiwan Strait - The Mainichi

Foreign and defense ministers from Japan and Australia agreed on Wednesday to strengthen their security ties as China becomes more assertive in pressing its claims to contested areas in the Asia-Pacific region.Foreign and defense ministers from Japan and Australia agreed on Wednesday to strengthen their security ties as China becomes more assertive in pressing its claims to contested areas in the Asia-Pacific region.

Japan, Australia share China concerns, raise defense ties | CP24.com

It is unclear whether the law can be enforced internationally or only in China.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -It is unclear whether the law can be enforced internationally or only in China.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

China passes law to counter foreign sanctions, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

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