At the Tokyo Olympics last summer broadcasters in the U.S. reported some viewers were confused at the order by which the countries entered the opening ceremony.
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Both the city's strict COVID-19 polices and the imposition of the national security law have prompted a population outflow that looks set to intensify in 2022.
The method, which relies on bacteria, is able to process carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and nitrogen and could cut China's demand for soybeans.
In an era when environmental, social and governance investing is increasingly in the spotlight, press freedom is still low on most investors’ list of concerns.
Fears are growing among staff that a Chinese state-owned company could take over from Alibaba and put the 117-year-old newspaper under Beijing’s thumb.
Though the city has thus far been relatively unscathed the city has encountered more waves than most other places and is entering its fourth round of stop-start restrictions.