China In Focus (June 24): Major Flooding to Get Worse

June 24, 2020 Updated: June 25, 2020

Major flooding has created a waterfall at a local Chinese market. The heavy rains drenching southern China are expected to last at least ten days. Authorities have already said that flood controls have reached a critical stage.

For weeks, Beijing has been reporting that there are virus clusters in the capital. But are the figures trustworthy? An expert helps shed light on the numbers.

The European Union is adopting new rules to protect its companies against subsidized foreign competitors. The move will cut down activities of Chinese state-owned companies operating in Europe.

And China warns the United States against deploying intermediate range missiles in the Indo-Pacific region. This, after reports of U.S. negotiations with Japan.

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