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Nationalist flame wars will singe China Inc

Reuters 14 Jul 2021
government ... A diplomatic spat with South Korea resulted in a backlash that drove supermarket Lotte Mart from China. Beijing organises some of the squeezing as a form of economic coercion, but the sentiment is real ... It’s a political quandary ... Many Chinese firms have U.S ... Having cracked open a xenophobic Pandora’s Box, Beijing might struggle to close it.
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Australia files complaint to WTO over China's anti-dumping tariffs

Kyodo 29 Jun 2021
File photo taken in November 2020 shows bottles of Australian wine at a supermarket in Beijing ... The case is the second complaint that Canberra has filed at the global trade body against Beijing after one in December over barley import ...
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China administers more than one billion Covid vaccinations, despite widespread public resistance

The Daily Telegraph 22 Jun 2021
A city-run health centre in Beijing gave free eggs to over-60s who got a first dose. A Beijing district offered supermarket shopping coupons up to 30 yuan (3.30 GBP) for those who had two doses ... Additional reporting by Wen Xu in Beijing.
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Beijing museum opens 'supermarket' of images

China Daily 08 Jun 2021
... shared on social networks," curator Peter Szendy writes in the foreword of Supermarket of Images, a thematic exhibit underway at the Red Brick Museum in Beijing.
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Analysis: China seeks to milk the milk market but doesn’t have enough cows

Metro USA 03 Jun 2021
Staff member places cartons of milk on refrigerator shelves at a supermarket in Beijing. Staff member arranges cartons of milk on refrigerator shelves at a supermarket in Beijing. Customer picks milk from refrigerator shelves at a supermarket in Beijing. Cartons of milk are displayed on shelves at a supermarket in Beijing.
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China's biggest 'bad bank' stumbling with mounting debt

Beijing News 20 May 2021
Lai had confessed to accepting USD 277 million in bribes, telling state television that he had kept USD 30 million cash in safes around his apartment in Beijing, which he referred to as his "supermarket."This year alone, Huarong owes $3.4 billion to foreign investors.
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Once a sprawling conglomerate, China's biggest 'bad bank' stumbling with mounting debt

Yahoo Daily News 19 May 2021
Beijing has spent decades bailing out Chinese companies that got ... Lai had confessed to accepting USD 277 million in bribes, telling state television that he had kept USD 30 million cash in safes around his apartment in Beijing, which he referred to as his "supermarket.".
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Fami soymilk of Vinasoy has successfully conquered the Chinese and Japanese markets

The Saigon Times 13 May 2021
Fami soymilk product line of Vietnam soymilk company Vinasoy has officially been launched in China and Japan’s supermarkets ... Fami soymilk at Hema supermarket. Hema supermarket chain currently has more than 150 stores in big cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, etc. Fami products at Taizhou Lianshang supermarket in Zhe Jiang province, China.
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China’s very bad bank: Inside the Huarong debt debacle

Taipei Times 18 Apr 2021
The very institution that was created to solve China’s debt problems has caused a new one, and creditors are awaiting Beijing’s response ... Everyone thought Beijing would always stand behind a key company like Huarong ... He spoke of trunkloads of cash being spirited into a Beijing apartment he had dubbed “the supermarket.”.
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China March PPI rises to highest since 2018, CPI returns to inflation

Yahoo Daily News 09 Apr 2021
People look at fresh seafood in a supermarket in Beijing. BEIJING (Reuters) - China's factory gate prices rose at their fastest annual pace since July 2018 in March, official data showed on Friday, as growth in the world's second-largest economy continued to gather momentum.
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Global Stocks Mixed as Bond Yields Creep Up and China Inflation Spikes Higher

Barrons 09 Apr 2021
A family pushes a cart with vegetables at a supermarket in Beijing on Feb. 10, 2021. Global stocks were mixed on Friday, in a week that has seen some major indexes hit fresh record highs. But bond yields were creeping up, and China equities fell after stronger-than-expected inflation data. The China and fell 1% each ... stock futures ... ALSO READ ... “If the U.S.
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Stocks Close at New Highs as Inflation Readings Top Forecasts

Barrons 09 Apr 2021
A family pushes a cart with vegetables at a supermarket in Beijing on Feb. 10, 2021. Stocks closed at new records Friday, as investors looked past stronger-than-expected global producer inflation data and instead focused on the outlook for corporate earnings ... Both closed at new records ... The benchmark exited correction territory ... U.S ... ALSO READ ... .
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Stocks Move Higher as Inflation Readings Top Forecasts

Barrons 09 Apr 2021
A family pushes a cart with vegetables at a supermarket in Beijing on Feb. 10, 2021. Stocks crept higher in quiet trading Friday as investors looked past stronger-than-expected global producer inflation data and instead focused on the outlook for corporate earnings. The was up 140 points, or 0.4%, while the advanced 0.3%. The advanced less than 0.1% ... .
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China administers nearly 140 million COVID-19 vaccines

People Daily 08 Apr 2021
At present, Beijing, Shanghai and some other places in China have administered COVID-19 vaccines to senior citizens above the age of 60 and patients with chronic diseases who are willing to be vaccinated and in good physical conditions.
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All it takes is a sappy song, and it's yesterday once more

China Daily 30 Mar 2021
Fast-forward to Beijing circa 2015 ... The eatery, alas, had fallen victim during the COVID-19 pandemic, which transformed so much of the landscape in Beijing and elsewhere ... But back to the melancholy moment that evening in the Beijing supermarket when, over the sound system, the Carpenters' Yesterday Once More greeted my ears ... And then it happened ... .

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