China in Focus (Dec. 8): Man Commits Suicide Over Stolen Rent Money

By NTD Television
NTD Television
NTD Television
December 8, 2020 Updated: December 9, 2020

A Chinese tenant committed suicide from an 18-story building. That’s because a major rent intermediary company is stuck deeply in a cash crisis. The company is listed on the U.S. Stock Exchange.

Are Chinese state-owned enterprises too big to fail? Ten companies failed to pay off $7 billion in debts this year. And the regime watches on.

Georgia’s governor seems to have close ties with China. Is he corrupted by communists?

A CNN host and an adviser to Joe Biden’s presidential campaign attended a conference of the Chinese Communist Party, supported by party head Xi Jinping.

And a new rule from the European Union targets human rights abusers. Their assets can be frozen, and travel bans can be imposed on them.

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