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  • A Chinese tech company slammed the US government for 'politicizing business' after it imposed export sanctions on 33 more Chinese companies and government institutions

    Andy Wong/AP Images A Chinese tech company has criticized the Trump administration for "politicizing business" after it imposed export sanctions on 33 more Chinese enterprises and government entities on Friday. The sanctions are part of a US campaign against Chinese companies that Washington alleges are a security threat or involved in human rights abuse. Companies such as Huawei, which were targeted by earlier US sanctions, deny they are a threat.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more...

    Business Insider
  • How China Is Building and Bugging Government Offices In African Nations

    How China Is Building and Bugging Government Offices In African Nations Tyler Durden Tue, 05/26/2020 - 03:30 Authored by Bonnie Evans via The Epoch Times, China has been building key government offices and facilities in African countries for decades and fitting them with gear that likely allows the Chinese government to spy on everyone, from presidents and prime ministers to judges and generals and beyond, according to a recent Heritage Foundation report. More than...

    Zero Hedge
  • Morrison government overhauls airport fees after threat of Nationals revolt

    Former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce among those who raised objections to the Peter Dutton proposal for regional airport fees The Morrison government has overhauled cost recovery arrangements for regional airports to conduct security screening to head off a potential revolt by the Nationals in the Senate. The Centre Alliance senator Rex Patrick sought on Wednesday night to disallow regulations imposing security screening requirements that he says would have forced small airports to seek cost...

    the Guardian
  • Government aims to register 5 million in national ID system by yearend

    The PSA seeks to open the registration process by October with 6,500 registration kits in 46 fixed registration centers and 1,170 mobile registration enters nationwide, Duterte added.

    philstar.com