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Hyve gets its buzz back as events return after Covid

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Oct 2022
Annual revenues recovered to more than 90 per cent of the figure for the 2019 financial year, excluding China, which represents less than 10 per cent ...

Column: Outsized OPEC+ output cut raises global risks: Russell

Reuters 06 Oct 2022
China has been building crude inventories this year even as imports softened, raising the possibility that it can keep buying less oil while still increasing product exports ... China could in theory supply this product to the Asian and global markets without increasing its crude imports from current levels.

Britain pleads with Europe to help 'keep the lights on' this winter amid fears of ...

The Daily Mail 06 Oct 2022
She is expected to say that energy interconnectors keeping power flowing between the UK and the EU mainland should stay open ... Oil prices had been tumbling for four straight months since June, as COVID-19 lockdowns in top energy consumer China hurt demand, while rising interest rates and a surging U.S. dollar weighed on global financial markets ... .

China’s economists are divided as ‘red economy’ is being pushed to the brink

Greek City Times 05 Oct 2022
The development comes in the light of Kenya's massive reliance on China for its technical equipment which is apparently undermining various security and public services in the country due to quality issues, reported Financial Post ... China, economy, finance, Kenya ... US Senators Call for Coordinated Strategy in Confronting China.

U.S. lawmakers slam U.S. corporate executives’ Hong Kong trip plans

Politico 05 Oct 2022
Two China-focused Republicans on the House financial services committee and longtime China critic Rep ... corporate complicity in China’s repression will be a top oversight item in the next Congress,” he said ... “The hypocrisy is staggering and every financial institution enabling China’s atrocities should be ashamed,” said Rep.

China stuck in middle-income trap, distrust in its tech companies major cause

Beijing News 05 Oct 2022
China's rights abuses and bad reputation of its tech companies have resulted in creating a negative business environment that is holding back China in the middle-income trap ... China, a population of 1.4 billion, has one of the quickest economic success stories in history however its decline has now increased its financial instability.

Understanding China’s 20th Party Congress

Financial Express 05 Oct 2022
The business environment in China is deteriorating ... India- China border ... China and colour revolutions ... The path is being built on an edifice consisting of the BRI which financially controls the global south , the SCO which China considers as a prime alternative even to the UN in some respects and the BRICs in which it considers itself as a leader.

China In Eurasia Briefing: What To Watch For In Xi's Third Term

Beijing News 05 Oct 2022
Welcome back to the China In Eurasia briefing, an RFE/RL newsletter tracking China's resurgent influence from Eastern Europe to Central Asia ... ● Economic gloom is setting in and the Financial Times digs into China's property bubble, which could be 'a slow-motion financial crisis' for the country ... 1 option is China.

Increasing attacks on Chinese nationals in Pakistan raises concerns

Greek City Times 05 Oct 2022
Detectives are investigating whether the injured and killed hold Chinese nationality or not, as China doesn’t allow dual citizenship ... China’s Talks With Ethnic Baloch Nationalists ... Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty confirmed Financial Times’s report but said that China hadn’t achieved any real gains from the outreach ... Baloch, Balochistan, China, CPEC.

Diversified elderly care paves way for happy old age

People Daily 05 Oct 2022
"Not a hair out of place," said the 87-year-old in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province ... China will step up institutional innovation, and boost policy support and financial input to enable older people to share in China's development achievements, according to the plan.  (Web editor.

Hyve shares surge 15% as events group's revenues rebound sharply thanks to end of Covid-19 curbs

The Daily Mail 05 Oct 2022
Hyve said it ran a full schedule of events during the reporting period, but confirmed there remained considerable disruption to event schedules in China. The number of events operated represented more than an 85 per cent recovery on a pro-forma basis when compared to the pre-pandemic financial year to September 2019 ... Free financial coaching.

Xinhua Headlines: Import expo gears up as China furthers opening-up

Xinhua 05 Oct 2022
It is this kind of certainty that gives the world even more confidence in China's sure-footedness and determination to grow with its global partners," said Pietro Brambilla, Chief Financial Officer of L'Oreal North Asia Zone & China ... The preference of foreign capital demonstrates the market attractiveness of China ... Autumn scenery across China.

Pakistan's Bilawal Bhutto calls India 'rich and evil' at the same time | Mint

Live Mint 05 Oct 2022
Pakistan owes 30 per cent of its foreign debt to China, according to the latest report from International Monetary Fund (IMF) ... The country is overburdened by loans from China and faced hard negotiations in its bid for support from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

China's bond market further deepens opening-up

People Daily 05 Oct 2022
dollars), or 2.5 percent, of the outstanding bonds in custody in China's bond market, according to the central bank ... of treasury bonds, and 800 billion yuan, or 23.4 percent, of policy financial bonds.

Hyve shares surge 15% as group sees revenues jump sharply

This is Money 05 Oct 2022
Hyve said�it ran a full schedule of events during the reporting period, but confirmed there remained considerable disruption to event schedules in China.� ... Excluding China, this figure rises above 90 per cent.

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