Articles On: Beijing’s Tech Ambitions, Illegal Hidden Sales, Cameras, Chip Factory, Airbus, IP Theft, Forced-Labor, Security Crackdown, Pandemic, Chinese Stocks, and U.S. Senate Bill

Sunday, July 25, 2021

THIS SECTION HIGHLIGHTS ARTICLES AND REPORTS ON THE HARMFUL IMPACTS OF THE COMMERCIAL AND ECONOMIC POLICIES EMPLOYED BY THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY.

 

The Failure of China’s Microchip Giant Tests Beijing’s Tech Ambitions
by Paul Mozur
via New York Times on July 19, 2021


Illegal Hidden Dahua and Hikvision Sales, Sellers and 'Manufacturers' Blame Each Other
by Conor Healy and Derek Ward
via IPVM on July 20, 2021


US Military Bought Cameras in Violation of China Sanctions
by Sam Biddle
via Intercept on July 20, 2021


British ministers cut off funding to chip factory after sale to China
by Kanishka Singh
via Reuters on July 20, 2021


Airbus delivers first A350 jet from Chinese completion plant
by Stella Qiu and Jamie Freed
via Reuters on July 21, 2021


The rising risk of China’s intellectual-property theft
by Derek Scissors
via American Enterprise Institute on July 16, 2021


China's overseas investment starts the long climb back
by Derek Scissors
via American Enterprise Institute on July 20, 2021


Chinese Suppliers to Apple, Nike Shun Xinjiang Workers as U.S. Forced-Labor Ban Looms
by Liza Lin, Eva Xiao and Yoko Kubota
via Wall Street Journal on July 20, 2021


Analysis: Beyond security crackdown, Beijing charts state-controlled data market
by Cate Cadell
via Reuters on July 20, 2021


What China Expects from Businesses: Total Surrender
by Li Yuan
via New York Times on July 19, 2021


China Wants a Chip Machine from the Dutch. The U.S. Said No.
by Stu Woo and Yang Jie
via Wall Street Journal on July 17, 2021


China's uneven recovery threatens Xi’s tidy-up
by Yawen Chen
via Reuters on July 15, 2021


China’s Growth Slows as Pandemic Fears Persist
by Keith Bradsher
via New York Times on July 15, 2021


US regulator under fire for delays to delisting Chinese stocks
by Patrick Temple-West and Demetri Sevastopulo
via Financial Times on July 15, 2021


U.S. Senate passes bill to ban all products from China's Xinjiang
by Michael Martina
via Reuters on July 15, 2021