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  • China refutes Trump’s claim it’s the source of fentanyl in the U.S.

    China reiterated that it is making extensive efforts toward controlling the synthetic opioid and should not be labeled the main origin of fentanyl to the U.S.

    Global News
  • How China’s Baidu outsold Google in the smart speaker market

    Yesterday, market research firm Canalys published a report stating Chinese search giant Baidu has surpassed Google in terms of smart speaker distribution worldwide – which means a company whose products you may never have seen outside China is outselling the big G. The report notes in the last quarter, Baidu shipped 4.5 million smart speakers as compared to the US company’s 4.3 million units. Amazon comfortably sits on top above these two with 6.6 million units shipped during the same quarter....

    Plugged | The Next Web
  • Trump’s Response To China’s Trade War On The U.S. Is Working

    In a story entitled “Investors are pulling billions out of Chinese stocks and the bleeding is unlikely to stop anytime soon,” Business Insider touts yet another indicator that President Trump’s tariff response to China’s Trade War against the U.S. is working. The Critical Bullet Points * Investors are pulling billions from China’s stock market as political turmoil weighs on economic growth and tariffs hurt Chinese | Read More

    RedState
  • Lululemon shares rise as growth in men's sales drives earnings beat

    Lululemon in April said it plans to double its men's and online sales over the next five years, targeting annual revenue growth in the low teens during that time frame. It also plans to quadruple international revenue by 2023.

    CNBC