Chinese regime tightens border control
Is China decoupling from the outside world? The Chinese regime says it wants the opposite. But sweep lockdown these measures drive foreigners and their businesses out of the country. At the same time, more restrictions are underway for Chinese citizens traveling abroad, while the values advocated by the regime move further away from Western principles.
The Shanghai lockdown weighs heavily on the auto industry. Not a single car was sold in the city in April.
Some Chinese community banks say they don’t have enough paper bills to support cash withdrawals, and this has been going on for some time.
And Beijing could step up its aggression near Australia. A Chinese spy ship has been spotted off the coast of Australia.
Topics in this episode:
Economic problems: Shanghai sold no cars in April
State media calls on foreign companies to stay
7 a.m. stuck in a bus: Beijing tightens restrictions
Shanghai restaurant blocked, owner collapses
5 Chinese community banks cannot process withdrawals
Chinese Ship ‘Aggressive Act’: Aus. Official
FMR Chinese Ambassador to Ukraine: Russia has failed
Celebrating Falun Dafa Day in Ukraine, Russia
Chinese-owned Peruvian mine sparks protests
Chinese mining companies face hurdles overseas
Will Okinawa in Japan once again become a front line?
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