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Tech Companies’ Great Migration Out of China

Apple's recently announced plans to speed up the production of its iPhone 14 in India is just one example of foreign manufacturers trying to lessen their dependence on Chinese factories. COVID-19 lockdowns, rising labor costs, and broader concerns ...

India Ramps Up Language on Taiwan as Tensions with China Rise

India has accused China of the ‘militarization of Taiwan Straits.’ The tweet, issued by the Indian High Commission in Sri Lanka, is a marked escalation of the combative language between the two and from India’s relatively muted response when U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ...

WEEK IN REVIEW: The European Union (EU) and the association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Will Hold a National Leaders Summit in December for the First Time

The European Union (EU) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will hold a national leaders summit in December for the first time to discuss expanding trade and infrastructure assistance.  Relocating some of Europe's supply chains from China to Southeast Asia is widely expected to be a theme ...

Indian Media Goes Bonkers Over Reports of Possible Xi-Modi Summit

The Wall Street Journal sparked a flurry of speculation in the Indian media over the weekend with a report on Friday that said Chinese President Xi Jinping is thinking about going to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit next month in Uzbekistan.

WEEK IN REVIEW: Chinese Troops Will Travel to Russia to Participate in Joint Military Exercises

Chinese troops will travel to Russia to participate in joint military exercises from 30 August to 5 September. The Vostok (East) exercises will also include soldiers from Belarus, Mongolia, Tajikistan, and -- notably -- India. (REUTERS) ...

How Transsion Hit the Mobile Jackpot in Africa

The Chinese mobile phone maker Transsion hasn't sold a single phone in China. Yet it posted a $580 million profit last year, largely based on its success in Africa. Through its Itel, Tecno, and Infinix brands, the company currently occupies 47% ...

India’s Ties With China Strained Across Multiple Fronts

Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar renewed his sharp criticism of China's alleged incursions into Indian territory along their disputed border in the Himalayas known as the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and, again, claimed that Sino-Pakistan BRI projects are violating Indian ...

Chinese Media Hints at Change in India’s Taiwan Policy When There Really Wasn’t Any

Indian foreign ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagch reiterated on Friday New Delhi's longstanding position on the One-China Policy and reaffirmed that New Delhi remains committed to the status quo regarding Taiwan. There was nothing exceptional about the statement, and it didn't reflect ...

Huawei’s India CEO Tells Court “I am a Chinese National, Not a Terrorist”

Huawei's CEO for India, Li Xiongli, borrowed a line from a popular Indian movie in a court plea on Friday to be released on bail following his arrest on tax charges. "I am a Chinese (national) and not a terrorist," Li said through his lawyer, cribbing ...

This Chart May Explain Why the Indian Government is Cracking Down on Chinese Tech Companies

Chinese technology companies all but control the Indian smartphone market which may explain the motivation for New Delhi to try and force some of them to exit the market to make room for domestic competitors.
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