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By 2040, almost 50 percent of cars on the road are projected to be electric. (Image: Screenshot / YouTube)By 2040, almost 50 percent of cars on the road are projected to be electric. (Image: Screenshot / YouTube)

Electric Monopoly: How China Dominates the Future of E-Cars

By 2040, almost 50 percent of cars on the road are projected to be electric. At present, China controls the global e-car market by...
Chinese tanks parade not far from the borders of China and Mongolia in Siberia, on Sept. 13, 2018. (MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP/Getty Images)

Report: Hopes That Guided US–China Policy Have Proven ‘Futile’

U.S. policymakers have difficult decisions to make with the awareness that the Chinese Communist Party’s long-term efforts to become a dominant global power have...

Chinese Citizens’ Household Wealth Squeezed by Booming Debt, Wage Disparity, Economist Says

BY ANNIE WU, EPOCH TIMES Many of China’s ordinary citizens are just barely making ends meet, because of debt concerns and income disparities, according to an...

Shoddy Construction on China’s High Speed Railway Exposes Systemic Problems

When a tragic collision of two high-speed trains in Wenzhou, China, resulted in the deaths of 40 people in 2011, the public became furious over...
Workers producing facemasks at a factory in Yangzhou in China's eastern Jiangsu province, on Jan. 26, 2020. (STR/AFP via Getty Images)

More Countries Complain About Shoddy Chinese Medical Supplies

Defective medical gear from China is drawing growing backlash overseas, with Finland, Britain, and Ireland being the latest to complain about faulty equipment. Eager to...

‘You’re Fired!’: 18,000 Deutsche Bank Employees Lose Jobs

Germany’s largest banking institution, Deutsche Bank, has announced that it will lay off close to 18,000 employees worldwide over the next few years. By...

The Cracks in China’s Economy

After the National Congress, China is getting serious about reform, unsettling the markets News Analysis The final GDP growth number issued by the Chinese Communist Party after its...

Chinese Residents Still Moving Large Sums of Money Abroad

A massive operation that laundered money and transferred funds out of China was recently uncovered in Shaoguan City, in China’s southern province of Guangdong. On...
An aerial photo shows workers wearing protective suits and driving pigs to kill at a farm where pigs were confirmed to have been infected with African swine fever in Paju, a city near the inter-Korean border, on Sept. 17, 2019. (Yelim Lee/AFP via Getty Images)

UN: African Swine Fever Spreading From China to Other Asian Countries

The United Nation’s reported that fourteen months since African swine fever (ASF) broke out in China’s Heilongjiang Province, the fatal disease has spread to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, South...
Charles Finny, a New Zealand trade & Enterprise (NZTE) board member with more than 22 years experience in diplomatic roles and the top trade official for the NZ-China trade agreement, proposed new trade diversification policies to the Epidemic Response Committee on Thursday.

Former Trade Negotiator Warns of Heavy Trade Reliance on China

A former top trade official Charles Finny has warned that New Zealand could emerge from the COVID-19 lockdown more dependent on the China market...

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