Annual report announcement time will be up, the Communist Party of China housing enterprises annual report is still not published

Annual report announcement time will be up, the Communist Party of China housing enterprises annual report is still not published

A number of real estate companies in the Communist Party of China have still not published their annual reports, including Evergrande and Sunac, raising concerns in the industry
The Chinese Communist Party Spending Yet More Billions To Buy Yet More Political Influence

The Chinese Communist Party Spending Yet More Billions To Buy Yet More Political Influence

According to a story in The Mail Online on January 13th, 2022, it talks about allegations that a suspected Chinese spy has donated more than £500,000 to a senior Labour MP in Britain appear to fit part and parcel with Beijing's modus operandi, using its billions in cash to buy political influence across the planet.
The Colonisation Of The Commonwealth By Communist China

The Colonisation Of The Commonwealth By Communist China

In a story by The Mail Online on December 3rd, 2021, it talks about how Queen Elizabeth of England is putting a stop to an over 55-year-long role as its head of state, as Barbados this week became a republic.
Xi Jinping Seeks to Adhere to Mao’s Vision of Socialism to Restrain Chinese Style Capitalism

Xi Jinping Seeks to Adhere to Mao’s Vision of Socialism to Restrain Chinese Style Capitalism

Xi Jinping is tightening his grip on private companies and curbing technology giants, according to research published in the Wall Street Journal on Sept. 22. He also wants the Communist Party to play a greater role in directing capital flows, setting tougher boundaries for entrepreneurs, investors, and their profitability, and exerting even greater control over the domestic economy than it does now. Xi Jinping is trying to return Communist China to Mao's vision of socialism.
Australia Commonwealth Begins To Perform Its Veto Rights Towards Foreign Deals As Contrary to Its National Interest

Australia Commonwealth Begins To Perform Its Veto Rights Towards Foreign Deals As Contrary to Its National Interest

4/21/2021 Australia Foreign Minister Marise Payne tears up Victoria's Belt and Road agreement with China, which set a precedent of unilaterally vetoing deals judged in accordance with its national interest. Marise Payne has cancelled Four Agreements with foreign countries in history, all negotiated by Victorian authorities.