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A Chinese state-owned technology company reportedly signed an agreement with the Solomon Islands government on Sept. 22 to lease the entire island of Tulagi, one day after both countries established diplomatic ties, AFP reported Oct. 17.
China's Foreign Ministry has confirmed that authorities detained last month two U.S. citizens who run an English-teaching company on suspicions of organizing others to cross the border illegally, Bloomberg reported Oct. 17.
The U.S. House Representatives has passed legislation in support of the ongoing Hong Kong protests, which mandates an annual review of the city's autonomous status from China's central government to maintain its special trade status with the United States, Bloomberg reported Oct. 15.
Thailand's public railway company is expected to sign a public-private partnership on Oct. 25 for a 220-kilometer (137-mile) high-speed rail project worth $7.5 billion linking airports to five provinces under the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), The Thaiger reported Oct. 15.
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.
Locals in the Bolivian province of Potosi have held a series of protests against the government, demanding it extract greater royalties from a lithium joint venture with German company ACI Systems at the Uyuni salt flat, Deutsche Welle reported Oct. 8.
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 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.