China, EU Agree to Hold Talks on Planned EV Tariffs Amid Ongoing Tensions

China and the European Union (EU) have agreed to negotiate on proposed tariffs on Chinese EVs amid ongoing tensions.

Chinese Man Gets Over 2 Years in Prison for Stealing $88,700 From Jeweler on Singapore Airlines Flight

A Chinese man was sentenced to two-and-a-half-year in prison for stealing around $88,700 from a Singaporean jeweler on a Singapore Airlines flight...

China, Australia Roll Out 5-Year Visas to Citizens for Business, Tourism

China and Australia will now offer each other's citizens multiple-entry visas valid for up to five years...

Philippine Business Groups Release Rare Statement Amid South China Sea Tensions

Philippine business groups condemned the recent harassment faced by the country's military amid South China Sea tensions...

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