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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has lost control of his Chinese-owned social media platform WeChat account and a lawmaker on Monday accused China's leaders of political interference. Morrison’s 76,000 WeChat followers were notified his page had been renamed “Australian Chinese new life” earlier this month and his photograph had been removed, Sydney’s The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported. The changes were made without the government’s knowledge, the report sa
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AIMA Technology ("AIMA"), a leading Chinese e-bike manufacturer and US-based Juiced Bikes, recently entered into a strategic cooperation partnership. Su Yuhang, general manager of AIMA Technology's international business unit and Tora Harris, founder of Juiced Bikes, inked a strategic cooperation agreement that AIMA will provide high-quality products and technical support to Juiced Bikes in the US.
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Evergrande said in a Hong Kong Stock Exchange filing that Siu Shawn, 50, who was chairman of the board of China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group Limited, had entered into a service contact for three years. The stock exchange filing said that Lai Lixin and Huang Xiangui had both resigned as executive directors of Evergrande.
The 2022 Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA) Conference kicks off Monday, January 24, with nearly 1,000 participants expected to take part in the online event.
PARIS (AP) — It was a fashion history-making moment in Paris for Kenzo on Sunday as it unveiled the debut for its first Japanese designer since house founder Kenzo Takada. Nigo, 51, thus becomes only the second Asian designer at the head of a European high fashion label, alongside Bally’s Filipino-American Rhuigi Villaseñor. His appointment represents a milestone as the luxury industry wrestles more broadly with questions over racism and diversity. The show venue of Galerie Vivienne underlined t
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The drivers of inflation in the euro zone will subside over the course of the year and inflation will hover around the European Central Bank's price stability target of 2% in the next two years, Finnish central bank chief Olli Rehn was quoted as saying on Sunday. In a pre-released interview with German business daily Handelsblatt, Rehn said the future pace of normalization of the ECB's loose monetary policy depended on the economic data. "Personally, I expect the economic data to remain relatively good despite being affected by the Omicron variant," Rehn said, adding he therefore viewed rate hikes in 2023 as a logical step, at least as long as there are no new economic shocks.
China's real estate sector will likely see "significant easing" in the policies that govern it, BNP Paribas Asset Management said, months after starting to build a long position in that sector's debt. "We are of the view that we are at a major inflection point in terms of policy and we are likely to see some significant easing," said Jean Charles Sambor, head of emerging market fixed income at BNP Paribas Asset Management (BNPPAM) in London. Sambor could only discuss the overall sector, not company-specific investments.
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VANCOUVER — Unionized workers at Teck Resources Ltd.'s Highland Valley Copper operations in British Columbia have ratified a new five-year collective agreement. United Steelworkers Local 7619 says the contract was ratified with 81.2 per cent of ballots in favour. It says that 869 of the 1,048 USW workers at the mine voted on whether to accept the new agreement. The USW had issued a strike notice Jan. 11 after being without a contact since Sept. 30, 2021 and two the sides entered into mediation.