Organisation: Chinese government
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
The US has banned the Chinese company on the basis that it will use its hardware to spy, so it should do the same to the American social media giants, says.
Mon, 23 Dec, 2019
The Chinese government’s reaction to protests in Hong Kong is pathetic; it needs to start behaving differently, writes
Wed, 09 Oct, 2019
They fear life under Chinese censorship, while Beijing fears its mainlanders will meantime be tempted by the autonomy granted until 2047 to the former British colony says
Fri, 23 Aug, 2019
Hundreds, perhaps thousands, died in the student protests of 1989, but a similar use of violence in what is one of the world’s key financial centres would backfire horrendously, writes
Fri, 16 Aug, 2019
Global markets appear to have called time on the dangerous game of hardball US president Donald Trump is playing with China, as a plunge in shares, government bond yields, and the price of oil signalled his trade wars could lead to world recession.
Thu, 15 Aug, 2019
Police in the centre of Hong Kong are using tear gas to push back protesters marching against what they see as officers' excessive use of force.
Sun, 28 Jul, 2019
Property values have moved on since Dutchman Peter Minuit bought Manhattan Island from unnamed Native Americans for 60 guilders in 1626.
Sat, 20 Jul, 2019
The choice between being connected to evolving communications and data networks and retaining personal privacy is becoming one of the questions of our time, especially as the capabilities of many artificial-intelligence systems are not fully understood or revealed by their creators.
Sat, 13 Jul, 2019
It is the nature of our world that sometimes single events can seem, though significant, hardly groundbreaking.
Wed, 03 Jul, 2019
The latest flare-up in the US-China trade war, heralded by what we now expect as the norm by way of a tweet from US president Donald Trump, was as unexpected as it was pointless.
Mon, 13 May, 2019
Irish and UK shares were mixed as the trade war between the US and China threatened to flare by the end of the week, barring a last-minute intervention by one of the combatants.
Wed, 08 May, 2019
People concerned about privacy often try to be “careful” online. They stay off social media, or if they’re on it, they post cautiously.
Sat, 27 Apr, 2019
An increase in the Ornua Price Purchase Index monthly indicator of market returns on dairy products offers co-ops to hold December milk prices unchanged from November.
Thu, 17 Jan, 2019
China’s digital system overtly seeks to monitor the behaviour of its 1.4bn people, writes
Thu, 10 Jan, 2019
While the West must exercise vigilance when faced with China’s ‘influence operations’, it should avoid overreaction, writes Minxin Pei.
Thu, 13 Dec, 2018
The escalating trade war between the US and China will pressure Irish exporters — already struggling with Brexit uncertainties — even further, writes
Mon, 24 Sep, 2018
The Chinese government has vowed to take "firm and forceful measures" against US threats to expand tariff hikes.
Wed, 11 Jul, 2018
China’s growing value and importance for the Irish economy was further underlined, this week, by pharmaceutical giant WuXi Biologics choosing Ireland — and Dundalk, in particular — as the location for its first manufacturing site outside of China.
Wed, 02 May, 2018
China’s ban on the importation of our waste gives us the chance to develop new ways of dealing with it, write, , and
Mon, 23 Oct, 2017
Disability rights campaigner Joanne O’Riordan hopes a special meeting with Chinese students could help change their state’s attitudes towards people with disabilities.
Wed, 30 Aug, 2017
Trump’s doctrine to deepen US involvement in Afghanistan and pressurise Pakistan may set off a chain of events that are difficult to control, writes
Tue, 29 Aug, 2017
The continent, and not just the EU, prizes rules and co-operation, but the US and China favour a bullying approach that benefits themselves alone, says
Mon, 21 Aug, 2017
The Chinese government has appealed to US president Donald Trump to avoid a "trade war" ahead of the possible announcement of an investigation into whether China is stealing American technology.
Mon, 14 Aug, 2017
Apple will establish its first data centre in China to speed up services such as iCloud for local users and abide by laws that require global companies to store information within the country.
Thu, 13 Jul, 2017
WHICH of your friends would survive longest in the wild? Which of them was most recently sick in the street? Who among you is the worst chef?
Wed, 12 Jul, 2017
Doctors treating jailed Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo has stopped using cancer-fighting drugs so as not to overwhelm his severely weakened liver, raising concerns that China's most prominent political prisoner is critically ill.
Fri, 07 Jul, 2017
The Dalai Lama’s visit to an Indian state that China claims as its own has seen the countries’ relationship take a turn for the worse, writes.
Fri, 14 Apr, 2017
The price of ivory in China has dropped sharply as the country plans to end the legal trade in it later this year, a leading elephant conservation group has said in a new report.
Wed, 29 Mar, 2017
China has granted preliminary approval for 38 new Trump trademarks, fuelling conflict of interest concerns and questions about whether President Donald Trump is receiving special treatment from the Chinese government.
Wed, 08 Mar, 2017
Fri, 27 Jan, 2017
The Chinese government is launching a 14-month-long "clean-up" of the internet industry as part of its campaign to root out services which circumvent strict online controls.
Mon, 23 Jan, 2017
China has said it is willing to have constructive dialogue with the Vatican - as long as its Catholics are loyal to Beijing and their religion is adapted to Chinese society.
Wed, 28 Dec, 2016
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Mon, 15 Aug, 2016
Tue, 26 Jul, 2016
Photographs revealing the savagery of the Chinese army under Yuan Shikai, the first president of the Republic of China, have generated significant international interest in the auction of the contents of “time capsule” Lotabeg House in Cork.
Mon, 23 May, 2016
Thu, 21 Apr, 2016
Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today.
Tue, 12 Apr, 2016
IN September 1980, the Chinese government unveiled a new plan to curb the country’s reproductive habits — by issuing the one-child policy.
Sat, 19 Mar, 2016
Irish manufacturing continued to grow last month, but the pace of expansion was the slowest for two years — raising fears about the the outlook for expansion.
Wed, 02 Mar, 2016
Mon, 25 Jan, 2016
Official economic numbers are famously rubbery. China’s exports to Hong Kong in December rose 30% from the previous month and overtook shipments to the US and the European Union, according to customs data released earlier this week which economists put down to fake invoicing by mainland businesses trying to evade currency restrictions.
Sat, 16 Jan, 2016