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Mark Cuban defends bitcoin as the cryptocurrency crashes, arguing it's a better store of value than gold

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is a bitcoin bull. Wilfredo Lee/AP Photo Mark Cuban has defended bitcoin's status as a hedge against inflation, amid a price crash. The Dallas Mavericks owner said it is easy to transfer, trade and convert, compared with gold. Yet Cuban's view is controversial, and bitcoin has tumbled as inflation has shot higher. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Billionaire investor Mark Cuban has defended bitcoin's rep...
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Global stocks wobble as investors focus on post-pandemic era growth, while bitcoin continues to slide

Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images Global stocks showed signs of choppiness on Tuesday after investors digested the Fed's messages. Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated economic support and said the job market should pick up. Bitcoin continued to slide after China ordered banks to block crypto-related transactions. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Global stocks wavered on Tuesday even after a number of key Federal Reserve speakers reminded market p...
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China says the Wuhan virus lab deserves a Nobel Prize. Meanwhile the US is trying to figure out whether it leaked the coronavirus.

The P4 laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP via Getty Images China is fighting the theory that the coronavirus escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The foreign ministry said last week that scientists there should be awarded the Nobel Prize. The lab leak theory was once widely dismissed, but it has recently gained new traction. See more stories on Insider's business page. China is calling for the Wuhan Institute of Virology to win a Nobel P...
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Bitcoin slumped again as China ramps up the pressure on cryptos

Bitcoin tanked on Monday as China escalated its crackdown on cryptocurrency by further curbing mining activity and telling major payments platforms and lenders that crypto trading won't be tolerated.
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Canada Leads Call on China to Allow Xinjiang Access - Statement

(Refiles to remove extraneous text in headline)By Stephanie NebehayGENEVA (Reuters) - More than 40 countries urged China on Tuesday to allow the...
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China: China Passes Broad New Anti-Sanctions Law To Counter Foreign Government Sanctions - Mayer Brown

On June 10, 2021, the Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress ("NPC") passed the Counter Foreign Sanctions Law (the "Law"), which is effective immediately.
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China: 北京市知的財産権保険試行事業のキックオフミーティングを開催 - Kangxin

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Germany Must Confront China on Human Rights Despite Trade, Says Industry

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany needs an honest discussion about how to deal with trading partners such as China and must not duck confrontation if red...
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Chinese sellers on Amazon in hot demand by VCs and e-commerce roll-ups

Chinese merchants selling on Amazon are having a moment. The scruffy exporters are used to roaming about suburban factory areas and dealing with constant cash flow strain, but suddenly they find themselves having coffee with top Chinese venture capital firms and investment representatives from internet giants, who come with big checks to hunt down the next Shein or Anker. While VCs can provide the money for them to scale quickly, many lack the expertise to help on the strategic side. This is whe...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Ecommerce, Asia, Europe, France, China, Southeast Asia, Brand, Tech, E-commerce, Online Shopping, Netherlands, Poland, Silicon Valley, Online Retail

China: 从两份审查意见通知书来看专利申请中的"大麻" - Kangxin

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There May Not Be Enough Fireworks To Meet Consumers’ Demand This July 4th

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China’s ambassador to the US to leave after eight years

Longest-serving envoy Cui Tiankai says relations between the countries ‘at a crossroads’ China’s ambassador to the US, Cui Tiankai, has announced he will leave Washington after eight years, saying US-China relations are at a “crossroads” as the US recalibrates its engagement policies.Cui, whose departure has been the subject of speculation for months, wrote a farewell statement calling on Chinese people in the US to defend their right to be there, and to “shoulder a great responsibility and miss...
Tags: Washington, China, US, World news, US foreign policy, US news, Asia Pacific, US politics, Cui Tiankai, Cui

Explainer: Beijing Doubles Down on Rooting Out Crypto in China

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's central bank said on Monday it had urged some banks and payment firms to crack down harder on cryptocurrency trading,...
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Hong Kong leader refuses to say how media can avoid arrest in wake of Apple Daily raids

Carrie Lam denies arrest of senior editorial figures at pro-democracy paper and seizure of its assets was an attack on press freedomHong Kong’s leader, Carrie Lam, has refused to clarify how journalists can avoid breaking the vaguely defined national security law following the raid and prosecution of journalists at a pro-democracy newspaper. At a regular press conference on Tuesday the city’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, defended the arrest of senior Apple Daily executives under the national sec...
Tags: Hong Kong, Media, China, World news, Newspapers & magazines, Newspapers, Asia Pacific, Carrie Lam, Apple Daily, freedomHong Kong

China's Regulators Struggle to Sway Companies on Currency Risk

By Winni Zhou and Andrew GalbraithSHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's financial regulators are cajoling companies to protect themselves against currency...
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Bitcoin keeps falling as China ramps up the pressure on cryptos even more

Bitcoin tanked after China called in a bunch of major commercial lenders — including payments juggernaut Alipay — to warn them about getting into cryptocurrency.
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China: China IP Updates: June 2021 (Issue 1) - Rouse

On 1 June 2021, a number of new intellectual property laws, regulations and national standards have officially come into effect
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Pakistan PM Imran Khan refuses to condemn China's Xinjiang crackdown

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan refused to condemn the Chinese government's alleged human rights abuses against the Muslim-majority Uyghur people in Xinjiang in an interview with Axios Sunday.
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Coronavirus live news: Scotland to announce ‘life beyond level zero’; North Korea tells WHO it has detected no cases

North Korea claims zero cases from more than 30,000 tests; Scotland “unlikely” to see restrictions ease on 28 June; US average deaths fall below 300 for first time since March 2020Are you kidding me?’ Fauci responds to rightwing attacks over emailsAustralia’s vaccine rollout ‘constrained’ by Pfizer supply shortages until AugustIndonesia tightens restrictions as it confirms record new casesSee all our coronavirus coverage 5.52am BST North Korea has told the World Health Organization it tested...
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China tells banks to stop supporting cryptocurrency

The latest crackdown on cryptocurrency comes days after China stopped Bitcoin mining in Sichuan province.
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China's renewed crypto crackdown wipes nearly $300 billion off the market as bitcoin slides

Since Friday, China has stepped up its efforts to rein in the country's cryptocurrency industry from mining bans to warnings to...
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China: Chinese Court Enforces Mandatory Licensing For "Essential Facility" Patents In Antitrust Case - Jones Day

Ningbo Ketian Magnet Co., Ltd. ("Ketian") and three other Chinese local magnetic material manufacturers filed complaints against Hitachi in 2014. The dispute centered on Hitachi's portfolio of patents related to...
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Bitcoin Steadies in Asia Trading After Monday's Plunge

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Bitcoin stabilised in Asian trading on Tuesday morning a day after a statement from China's central bank reaffirming the...
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Bitcoin Recoups Some Losses in Asia After Plunging on Chinese Crackdown

By Alun John and Andrew GalbraithHONG KONG (Reuters) - Bitcoin regained some ground on Tuesday, a day after touching a two-week low after China's...
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Now that China has all but banned cryptocurrencies, GPU prices are falling like Bitcoin

Let's just check BTC-USD, oh yeah, waaay down Prices for graphics processors in China have plummeted following the nation's crackdown on cryptocurrency mining, ownership, and trading.…

Bitcoin price slumps further as China tightens crackdown

Investors wary after authorities in Sichuan ordered bitcoin mining projects to closeBitcoin has tumbled further in the wake of China’s expanding crackdown on bitcoin mining, as investors grow more uncertain about the future of the leading cryptocurrency.Bitcoin fell as low as $31,333 on Monday, a two-week trough, dragging down other cryptocurrencies. The world’s biggest cryptocurrency has lost more than 20% in the past six days alone and was at half its April peak of almost $65,000. In the year ...
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City Sinking Into Sea Welcomes Bitcoin Miners

Miami is scheming for ways to become the U.S. bitcoin capital. Mayor Francis Suarez told CNBC last week that his city would welcome bitcoin miners with open arms, as China picks up its nationwide crackdown on miners. What’s more, Suarez also said that the city was looking into lowering energy prices to further entice…Read more...
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Biocement looks to solve infrastructure’s massive carbon problem

In North Carolina, startup Biomason is making tiles and bricks out of bacteria to provide an alternative to cement, which is responsible for large amounts of carbon dioxide emissions.   Cofounder and CEO Ginger Krieg Dosier tells Forbes that if cement were a country, it would be the world’s third largest emitter, behind China and the United States, mainly because of the high temperatures required to produce it. “Cement and construction are really hot topics right now,” says Dosier. “Concrete is...
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