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Thousands of protesters are currently blocking roads in Barcelona and other large Catalonian cities after the Spanish Supreme Court sentenced nine local pro-independence politicians and activists to prison, Reuters reported Oct. 14.
In what will probably be the last chance to reach an exit agreement before Brexit day on Oct. 31, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet with the rest of the leaders of the European Union in a summit in Brussels on Oct. 17.
Negotiators announced Oct. 11 that they have an initial agreement in the works. It's a positive step forward, but as with previous cease-fires in the U.S.-China trade war, disagreements over the details could again dash hopes.
Chinese authorities have unveiled a timeline to remove foreign ownership limitations hindering companies in the finance sector, noting that they will gradually eliminate relevant regulations next year, Reuters reported Oct. 11.
The Chinese government is eyeing tighter visa rules for U.S. nationals with connections to anti-Chinese groups, Reuters reported Oct. 9. The report comes just after Washington said it would place visa restrictions on several Chinese government officials over alleged human rights abuses in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region.
The government recently pushed out a U.N. anti-corruption commission and signed an asylum agreement with the U.S. A failure to pursue corruption will exacerbate the conditions that drive Guatemalans north, and further anger the White House.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte reportedly invited Russian oil giant Rosneft to conduct oil exploration operations in the South China Sea during a visit to Moscow last week, the South China Morning Post reported Oct. 8.
The U.S. Commerce Department has added 28 Chinese entities to its Entity List over human rights abuses in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, Bloomberg reported Oct. 8. The list of companies includes producers of surveillance cameras, such as Dahua and Hikvision, and artificial intelligence startups.
Chinese officials have reportedly narrowed the scope of a potential trade deal with the United States, as Chinese Vice Premier Liu He has said a new proposal won't include commitments on Beijing's industrial policy or government subsidies, Bloomberg reported Oct. 6.