Five major state-owned Chinese companies are about to delist from the New York Stock Exchange. China’s regulator says it’s by choice, but an ongoing U.S.-China debate may suggest otherwise.
Some officials say investment company BlackRock is putting climate issues at the top of its agenda—even above making a profit for U.S. pension funds.
Beijing has stopped talking about its economic goals for the year, hinting at a worsening Chinese economy. And the problem is spilling over into the job market.
The United States, Indonesia, and some allies held a joint military exercise. China condemned the drills as looking for conflict, while a top U.S. admiral said the opposite.
Topics in this episode:
- 5 Chinese State Companies to Delist from NYSE
- States: Blackrock Puts Climate Above Pensions
- Home of 'Made in China' Products Under Lockdown
- Tibet Capital Orders Static Management in Risk Areas
- Torrential Rain, Flash Floods Strike North China
- Millions Unemployed in China's Hard-Hit Job Market
- U.S., Indonesian Forces Hold Joint Military Drills
- Beijing Launch Cyber Attack Against Taiwan
- Americans Funding Chinese Firms Has to Stop
- Seoul Still Recovering from Fatal Floods
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