China Cracks Down on Online Savings Services

China Cracks Down on Online Savings Services

Beijing is cracking down on online deposit services offered by non-bank platforms. The move will impact $300 billion in savings.

A mother and son are left homeless and forced to sleep outside in the winter as more homes in one Beijing district are forcibly destroyed.

Biden’s pick for top Asia official reportedly worked for a certain non-profit group. It’s thought to be linked to a foreign influence campaign run by the Chinese Communist Party.

A Chinese internet search giant has been approved by Californian authorities to test driverless vehicles on public roads. Meanwhile, the search engine is banned in India due to security concerns.

More Indian troops are headed to the disputed border with China. While the U.S. commits to its defense partnership with India.

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