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New law increases penalties for protesters

by on June 2, 2021 0

Gov. Greg Abbott enacted a bill on Tuesday that targets protesters and restricts cities’ ability to cut police budgets. In a ceremony attended by state law enforcement associations and drafters, Abbott signed four Republican-backed bills aimed at widespread protests against the killings by the black and Hispanic police and calls for cuts in law...

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Spain urges EU to quickly approve all national stimulus packages – EURACTIV.com

by on June 1, 2021 0

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez urged Brussels to swiftly approve all the recovery plans of European Union member states and release funds to accelerate the economic recovery of countries particularly affected by the pandemic, including Spain, EFE reports, EURACTIV partner. “Since all Member States have already done their part, it is now important that...

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US bill allocates $ 30 million to help Hong Kong bypass internet restrictions on China’s Great Firewall

by on May 29, 2021 0

In a law currently under consideration by the US Senate, the US government will allocate $ 30 million to allow Hong Kong residents to bypass China’s Great Firewall. While residents of one of the world’s most densely populated and developed cities are not directly monitored by the firewall, a controversial national security law that...

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Net asset value (s)

by on May 28, 2021 0

Bloomberg Hong Kong’s old-school tycoons lose to Chinese bosses (Bloomberg) – The prediction was vintage Jack Ma, as provocative as it is prescient. “This is the age of the Internet,” proclaimed the Chinese billionaire in October 2013, just weeks after his intention to go public with Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. in Hong Kong had...

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