Citing climate change, officials have warned against disasters from mid-July, usually the hottest and wettest time of year.
The latest batch of approvals may suggest that a crackdown on China's gaming sector continues to ease, CNBC reported.
The ``big surprise’’ in coming months will be the collapse of inflationary pressures around the world, says Societe Generale. US CPI food prices will plunge into deflation, just as they did in 2008, it says.
Leaked recordings revealed a person from TikTok’s Trust and Safety department as saying, ``Everything is seen in China,’’ Buzzfeed reported.
The driver of the upside potential is China's policy easing, which comes just when much of the rest of the world is tightening
About 50 prefecture-level cities already have routine mass testing in place for about 420 million people. The goal is a testing booth within 15 minutes of everyone in a big city
US output in key advanced industries is weak and declining, and its losses are China's gains, says the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation.
The shock to the labour market appears deeper, broader and more long-lasting than that in 2020, say Bank of America economists
The TerraUSD stablecoin crash has prompted some analysts to warn of a long ‘’crypto winter’’ of sustained price falls. Others say it's only a temporary setback
China's electric vehicle makers are facing a perfect storm as Covid lockdowns add to rocketing input costs and the removal of some government subsidies.
Bitcoin has lost 15% of its value in the past five days, is off 21.2% over the past month, and has plunged 29.4% so far this year.
Ian Goodfellow, Apple’s director of machine learning, wrote to his staff that ‘more flexibility would have been the best policy’ for the team