Articles On: Private Enterprises, EU, Sanctions, Debt, US Technologies, and TikTok

Sunday, October 4, 2020

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

 

The CCP’s New Directives for United Front Work in Private Enterprises
by John Dotson
via Jamestown Foundation, September 28, 2020


Chinese lobby group slams EU plan against state-backed foreign buyers
by Foo Yun Chee
via Reuters, September 24, 2020


China’s biggest chipmaker SMIC hit by US sanctions
by Yuan Yang, Kathrin Hille, Qianer Liu
via Financial Times, September 27, 2020


Evergrande and China’s Debt Dilemma
by Logan Wright and Allen Feng
via Rhodium Group, September 28, 2020


China unveils ‘strategic emerging industries’ plan in fresh push to get away from US technologies
by Frank Tang
via South China Morning Post, September 24, 2020


TikTok was just the beginning: Trump administration is stepping up scrutiny of past Chinese tech investments
by Jeanne Whalen
via The Washington Post, September 29, 2020


European producers welcome EU provisional duties on China aluminium
by Eric Onstad
via Reuters, September 24, 2020