Hong Kong

'Rioters': Lam denounces protesters over Sunday clashes

Chief Executive Carrie Lam raises spectre of prosecutions following Sunday's anti-government demonstrations.

Hong Kong leader Lam condemns 'rioters' after violent clashes

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China says will cut ties with US firms selling arms to Taiwan

US companies vulnerable to sanctions include tank engine maker Honeywell and private jets maker Gulfstream.

China says will cut ties with US firms selling arms to Taiwan

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Hitting the brakes: China's economy slows to 27-year low

But stronger-than-expected retail sales and investments suggest government stimulus measures may be working.

Hitting the brakes: China's economy slows to 27-year low

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Nike supplier pivots away from Vietnam after exiting China

Eclat Textile looks to other countries to diversify its manufacturing hubs after Trump imposes tariffs on Vietnam.

Nike supplier pivots away from Vietnam after exiting China

Asia Pacific

China-friendly Taiwan mayor named opposition party's candidate

Kuomintang party's Han Kuo-yu will challenge President Tsai Ing-wen in the election scheduled for January.

China-friendly Taiwan mayor named opposition party's candidate

Inside Story

When will Hong Kong protests end?

The summer of discontent looks set to continue as grievances widen.

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Huawei plans extensive layoffs at US operation: Report

The layoffs are expected to affect jobs at Huawei's US-based R&D subsidiary which employs about 850 people, reports WSJ.

Huawei plans extensive layoffs at US operation: Report

Opinion

China will determine the future of Venezuela

There are a number of reasons why Beijing continues to back Maduro's government despite suffering financial losses.

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Taiwan

China holds military drills after US approves arms sale to Taiwan

Move comes as Taiwanese president seeks to bolster ties with Caribbean allies amid diplomatic struggle with China.

China holds military drills after US approves arms sale to Taiwan

China

China: US 'playing with fire' over Taiwan arms sale

Beijing says proposed $2.2bn sale 'violates' international law but Taipei defends deal saying it strengthens its forces.

China vows sanctions on US firms over Taiwan arms sale

Asia Pacific

China Wrestling: Shaolin Monks turn entertainers

In ancient China, students trained in martial arts to protect their communities from bandits and other and other enemies. These days, it is more of a hobby but these men say professional wrestling has given them a new way to turn their passion into a career.

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China's June exports fall after US tariff hike, imports shrink

A sharp US tariff hike announced in May is threatening to crush already-thin profit margins among Chinese manufacturers.

China's June exports fall after US tariff hike, imports shrink

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AB InBev Asia unit delays pricing of largest 2019 IPO: Reuters

While its shares were oversubscribed, the pricing of AB InBev's large initial public offering has been delayed.

AB InBev Asia unit delays pricing of largest 2019 IPO: Reuters

South China Sea

Duterte finds a friend in China but critics cry treason

Three years after The Hague ruling in favour of Manila, Duterte faces impeachment threat over fishing deal with China.

Duterte finds a friend in China but critics cry treason

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Huawei calls on US to lift export restrictions

Huawei chairman says yet to see benefits from President Trump's promise to allow partial lifting of export curbs.

Huawei calls on US to lift export restrictions