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U.S.-China Relations
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech on the opening day of this week’s ruling party meeting charts a course for ongoing tense relations with the U.S. hinged to a dark vision of a China beset by “external attempts to suppress and contain” it. Xi outlined an aggressive foreign policy on Sunday as he detailed his “work report,” a document that sets out domestic and foreign policy priorities for the Chinese Communist Party for the next five years. “We will resolutely safeguard the security of China’s state power, systems and ideology — and build up security capacity in key areas,” Xi said. “We will crack down hard on infiltration, sabotage, subversion, and separatist activities by hostile forces.”
The head of the US Navy has warned that the American military must be prepared for the possibility of a Chinese invasion of Taiwan before 2024, as Washington grows increasingly alarmed about the threat to the island. Admiral Mike Gilday, chief of naval operations, said the US had to consider that China could take action against Taiwan much sooner than even the more pessimistic warnings. The debate in the US about when China might invade Taiwan has intensified since Admiral Philip Davidson, then-head of Indo-Pacific Command, told Congress last year that the Chinese military could take action against Taiwan before 2027. Davidson’s warning was partly downplayed at the time, but officials have intensified their warnings over the past year.”
China’s top technology overseer convened a series of emergency meetings over the past week with leading semiconductor companies, seeking to assess the damage from the Biden administration’s sweeping chip restrictions and pledging support for the critical sector. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has summoned executives from firms including Yangtze Memory Technologies Co. and supercomputer specialist Dawning Information Industry Co. into closed-door meetings since Washington unveiled measures to contain China’s technological ambitions. MIIT officials appeared uncertain about the way forward and at times appeared to have as many questions as answers for the chipmakers, people familiar with the discussions said. 

Russia-China Relations
The defect rate of China’s semiconductor exports to Russia surged after the country invaded Ukraine in March, when Western sanctions forced Russian companies to source electronics from new suppliers, according to the local news outlet Kommersant. Since the unprecedented wave of sanctions on Russia, 40 per cent of chips imported from China have been defective, while the rate before March was just 2 per cent, Kommersant reported, citing an anonymous source. The report did not name any Chinese suppliers. Russia’s Ministry of Industry and Trade told Kommersant that it had not received any information about an increase in defective shipments.
The EU is aiming to pull 10 south-east Asian states into the Western camp on Russia and China when they meet for their first-ever summit in Brussels on 14 December. “We strongly condemn Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, which violates international law and call on Russia to immediately and unconditionally cease its military invasion and withdraw all forces and military equipment from the entire territory of Ukraine,” EU and ASEAN leaders plan to say in a joint declaration.
Russia faces a sharp and prolonged slump in its real income as international sanctions over President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine leave deep scars on its economy, according to a study by two Chinese academics. The severing of trade links and access to multinational production may cut real income by almost 12% and result in a “permanent decline in real gross domestic product” for Russia, Xiayi Du and Zi Wang from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics said in the study published in the journal Economics Letters. “This welfare loss is mainly due to losing access to foreign final goods and intermediates,” they said.

CCP Foreign Influence
Germany’s intelligence service chiefs warned on Monday that China could use stakes in critical infrastructure as leverage to pursue political aims amid a debate in Berlin over whether to let Chinese shipping company Cosco invest in Hamburg port. Germany’s Greens-run economy ministry wants to veto Cosco’s bid to buy a stake in one of the three terminals in Germany’s most important port, while the Social Democrat (SPD)-run chancellery is more in favour, according to government sources.
China’s President Xi Jinping recently signed an order to establish a legal framework for conducting “non-war military operations” – more commonly known as “military operations other than war” (MOOTW) – with the primary goals of preventing challenges to China’s interests from emerging, maintaining national sovereignty and regional stability, and creating standard procedures for regulating the PLA’s (People’s Liberation Army) conduct of these operations. PLA strategists have described China’s non-war military operations abroad as the “soft use” of “hard power.”
In 2019, when my Human Rights Watch colleagues visited Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta, they sought meetings with government officials and opinion leaders to encourage them to speak up against the discrimination and abuses suffered by Uyghurs and other Muslims in Xinjiang, China. Instead of an enthusiastic reception, they encountered a wall of silence. While civil society activists expressed concern about Chinese government human rights violations, some Indonesian Muslim leaders criticized the “American media” or “Western organizations” for mischaracterizing the situation in Xinjiang. Indonesian government officials also didn’t want to address the issue, insisting that what happens to the Uyghurs is a domestic matter for the Chinese authorities. Now this disregard for the Uyghurs has gone from bad to worse. 

COVID-19
Reports that a 16-year-old girl has died in a Covid quarantine centre after pleas from her family for medical help were ignored have caused anger in China, where ongoing tight pandemic controls have started to take their toll on a weary population. The video comes as Communist leaders are meeting in Beijing for their party congress – the most important meeting of China’s five-year political cycle. Authorities have been under pressure to ensure there are no signs of unrest during the meeting but frustration has broken through. Last week, in a rare protest in Beijing, incendiary slogans against Xi Jinping, including references to anger at strict Covid policies, were hung from a central overpass. The same slogans have begun to appear in other locations.
In many parts of Xi Jinping’s China, state surveillance and Covid-19 controls begin the moment you step out the door in the morning. The day might start with a government-mandated Covid test from workers in white hazmat suits. Without proof of a negative result, public spaces are off limits, including office buildings, grocery stores and parks. Surveillance cameras keep watch over the city streets. In a cab on the way to work, the driver requires you to scan a QR code for a government database tracking people’s movements. Scan again when stopping by Starbucks for coffee and then again at the office. If the database shows you’ve crossed paths with someone infected by the virus, you’ll likely be forced into quarantine.

Hong Kong
The treatment of a Hong Kong protester in Britain who was seen being dragged into the Chinese consulate in Manchester and beaten on Sunday has raised concerns about the quashing of dissent outside of Chinese borders. The episode was “absolutely unacceptable” as the protests were “peaceful and legal,” Foreign Secretary James Cleverly told Sky News. “They were on British soil.”

Taiwan
The Biden administration is considering a plan to jointly produce weapons with Taiwan, according to three people familiar with the plan. It aims to increase production capacity for U.S.-designed arms, speed their transfer and strengthen deterrence toward China. “There has been a change in the approach from Beijing toward Taiwan in recent years,” said U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken at an Oct. 17 event in California. “A fundamental decision [has been made] that the status quo was no longer acceptable, and that Beijing was determined to pursue reunification [with Taiwan] on a much faster timeline.” Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to receive an unprecedented third term as leader at the Communist Party’s 20th National Congress, which will continue until Oct. 22, and he may further ratchet up military pressure on Taiwan.

Xinjiang
The Chinese government won an important victory at the U.N. Human Rights Council on October 6, using its political and economic influence to defeat a motion that called for debate on the human rights situation in Xinjiang. The motion failed by a margin of two votes, paving the way for a smooth opening for the Chinese Communist Party’s 20th National Congress on October 16. To further shield itself from accountability for the atrocities being committed in Xinjiang, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has worked vigorously to reshape media narratives around the world. Beijing’s efforts to influence media coverage of its human rights violations in Xinjiang include disseminating propaganda through traditional channels like Chinese state media and its diplomats’ social media accounts, but it has also adopted more covert and coercive tactics, including the laundering of its propaganda through more credible local outlets.
British authorities are being taken to court this month after campaigners took legal action over their failure to block imports of cotton made with forced labour in the Xinjiang region of China. The judicial review, being brought by two groups – Global Legal Action Network (GLAN) and World Uyghur Congress (WUC) – and paid for by crowd-funding, is due to be heard in the High Court on Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th October.
The company that built the venue for the Qatar 2022 World Cup final also constructed a prison used in China’s mass detention of Uighurs in Xinjiang province, The Times can reveal. Documents show that China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC), the joint venture partner with Qatar in building the showpiece Lusail stadium, previously worked for the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps.
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U.S.-China Relations
A pro-Beijing online propaganda campaign has used phony websites and social-media posts to try to discredit a prominent German anthropologist who has investigated China’s crackdown on Muslims, according to cybersecurity researchers. The activity, which dates to last year and continues, is part of a complex effort to push pro-China narratives using more than 70 suspected inauthentic news websites in 11 languages, all tied to a Chinese public-relations firm, according to a new report made public Thursday by the U.S.-based cybersecurity firm Mandiant Inc.Kelley Currie has spent much of her government career working on human rights issues, with a special focus on Asia. Ms. Currie, who most recently served as U.S. ambassador-at-large for global women’s issues during the Trump administration, was unhappy to learn that her retirement dollars could go toward companies that are linked to the Chinese military—the very entities she had been challenging for years. Ms. Currie’s retirement savings and those of millions of others are part of the Thrift Savings Plan, a retirement fund for federal workers that has more than $700 billion in assets under management. Postal workers, customs and border patrol agents, retired and active members of the armed forces, diplomats, the national intelligence community—and even some living presidents—are invested in the plan.Two Senate Republicans have introduced a proposal to stop the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) from purchasing farmland in the United States, arguing that the communist regime’s acquisitions on American soil pose a threat to national security. In introducing the bill dubbed the Securing America’s Land From Foreign Interference Act, Sens. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) and Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) cited a 2020 report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) saying that foreign individuals and entities held an interest in nearly 37.6 million acres of U.S. agricultural land. While some 14 states have restrictions against foreign ownership of land, there are no federal restraints regarding private U.S. agricultural land that can be foreign-owned, they said.
Russia-China Relations
The Biden administration’s new policy for sub-Saharan Africa accuses China of seeing the region as an “arena” in which to wage a battle against the US-led “rules-based international order” and Russia of causing instability and then cashing in on the chaos. But while the strategy, published today [PDF], acknowledges the US has to respond to “growing foreign activity and influence” in the region, the document focuses less on its geopolitical rivals and more on how Washington can do a better job engaging African governments to work closely on everything from the climate crisis to food insecurity to terrorism.The war in Ukraine has cut Russia off from much of the Western world. Barraged by sanctions, denounced in international media, and ostracized from global cultural events, Russians are feeling increasingly alone. But the Kremlin can rely on at least one major pillar of support: China. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine has forced Russia to turn to its fellow Eurasian giant, hat in hand. In the twentieth century, the Soviet Union viewed China—at least until the Sino-Soviet split of the 1960s—as a poorer cousin, a country to be steered and helped along in its fitful progress toward respectability. Decades later, the tables have turned decisively. China has for some time boasted a more robust and dynamic economy, greater technological prowess, and more global political and economic clout than Russia.Russia is importing Chinese goods at nearly the same rate as before Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, according to according to data from China’s customs authority compiled by Bloomberg. In July, Russia imported $6.7 billion of goods from China, a roughly 20% increase from the same time last year, filling the market gap from Western countries that have stopped trading with the warring nation. 
CCP Foreign Influence
First announced in a speech by Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013 as the “Silk Road,” the BRI was fleshed out in April 2015 with the announcement of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), stretching from Gwadar to the Chinese city of Kashgar, in Xinjiang. The CPEC showcased the China-Pakistan “all-weather friendship” with $46 billion in pledged funds that has since grown to $50 billion. It was to be the backbone of the now renamed Belt and Road Initiative. When the CPEC agreements were signed, Pakistan’s government called Gwadar “the economic future of Pakistan,” an alternative to Dubai that would turn around the country’s economic fortunes. But today, with just a couple of months until the 20th Chinese Communist Party Congress in Beijing, the CPEC is on the verge of crisis, as is the BRI itself.  Many headline projects have either failed to get off the ground or produced mixed to poor results. As China rapidly extends its reach in the Pacific, its growing influence is unmistakable in the Solomon Islands, a country with which it established diplomatic ties only in 2019. The relationship between the world’s most populous country and this Pacific archipelago of 700,000 people was thrust into the spotlight this year when word leaked that they had struck a secret security agreement. The United States and its allies fear the pact could pave the way for the establishment of a Chinese military base in the strategically valuable island chain where several thousand American soldiers died during World War II’s Guadalcanal campaign. China is changing this country in other ways. Some are flashy, such as the sports stadium that will serve as the centerpiece of next year’s Pacific Games. Others are subtler yet potentially more profound, including growing Chinese influence over local policing and politics and a plan for Huawei to build more than 150 telecommunications towers that critics fear could enable Chinese surveillance.New transparency demands from global financial institutions aimed at preventing sovereign debt distress are starting to have an impact on China-backed infrastructure projects under the Belt and Road Initiative, experts say. As global interest rates rise and concern about developing world debt risk swirls, “sustainability” and “transparency” have become buzzwords at organisations like the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank. The international bodies, which have traditionally been controlled by the United States and other wealthy Group of 7 nations, are pushing for greater disclosure from borrowers, including on debt contracts with China, former senior staff and analysts say.Bangladesh’s finance minister AHM Mustafa Kamal has warned that developing countries must think twice about taking more loans through China’s Belt and Road Initiative as global (BRI) inflation and slowing growth add to the strains on indebted emerging markets.
COVID-19
Researchers in China have identified a novel virus likely spread to humans from animals—though completely unrelated to the coronavirus—in 35 people. The discovery comes as the country battles its worst Covid outbreak in weeks, with dozens of regions locked down. The so-called LayV is a newly identified member of the henipaviruses, a group that can infect humans and have high fatality rates. In the subjects tested, some whose samples date back 1-2 years, all had fever, alongside other serious symptoms such as anorexia, vomiting, and impaired liver function. The findings were reported in the New England Journal of Medicine by Chinese and international researchers.Seeing Chinese authorities exercise extraordinary powers during a stringent COVID-19 lockdown in Shanghai earlier this year altered Claire Jiang’s life plans: she no longer wants to have babies in China. During the April-May lockdown, the hashtag “we are the last generation” briefly went viral on Chinese social media before being censored. The phrase echoed the response of a man who was visited by authorities in hazmat suits threatening to punish his family for three generations for non-compliance with COVID rules.
Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s population dropped by a record as people fled strict Covid-19 restrictions that have hobbled the city as most other regions move on from the pandemic. The city saw a decline of 121,500 residents in the year ended June 30, leaving the population at about 7.29 million, according to government data released Thursday. That means the population fell 1.6%, marking the third straight year of declines and the biggest drop in at least six decades. A wide-reaching national security law may have also been a contributing factor.At a pre-trial hearing in Hong Kong, a judge set a five-day trial for Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun and four other defendants who face charges of failing to properly register a now-defunct fund to help anti-government protesters. According to an Aug. 9 report by the Hong Kong Free Press news agency, Magistrate Ada Yim announced that the trial will take place Sept. 19-23 after asking prosecutors and the defendants’ lawyers if five days would be sufficient for the court to hear the case. Both sides agreed. The 90-year-old cardinal was detained May 11 under China’s national security law. However, he and the four others were charged with failing to properly register the 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund, set up to offer financial assistance to those involved in anti-government protests in 2019. It was disbanded last year after coming under scrutiny by authorities.
Taiwan
China’s military exercises show Beijing doesn’t need to invade Taiwan to control it – rather it can strangle the self-ruled island, cutting it off from the outside world, Chinese and American analysts say. The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) drills, which officially began last Thursday, focused on six zones that essentially encircled Taiwan, restricting access to civilian ships and aircraft in the area, as forces conducted live-fire drills and missile launches. Meng Xiangqing, a professor at the PLA National Defense University, said the six areas were chosen to show how China could cut off Taiwan’s ports, attack its most important military installations, and sever access for foreign forces that may come to Taiwan’s aid.China has published its first white paper on Taiwan in more than two decades, offering as a blueprint for unification the “one country, two systems” model that it used to recover Hong Kong a quarter of a century ago. The proposal should make chilling reading for those on the self-ruled democratic island. The Hong Kong formula has never held much appeal for the Taiwanese, who even in the early years after the 1997 handover were skeptical of the city’s autonomy and saw little incentive to exchange their de facto independence for domination by an authoritarian China. By now, though, “one country, two systems” is a much-diminished brand. After Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests in 2019, Beijing undertook a comprehensive political rectification project that has erased or severely curtailed many of the freedoms it promised to preserve. Were Taiwan to join the Chinese fold on the same terms, few can doubt that it would be subjected to a similar program. In his decade of ruling China, Xi Jinping has tried to imbue its people with confidence, telling them that the country is doing very well compared with the chaotic West. He has told the younger generation that China can finally look at the world as an equal. “It’s no longer as backward,” he said last year. “The East is rising, and the West is declining,” he declared, at a time when the United States and other Western countries seemed mired in high Covid infection rates, racial tensions and other problems. Mr. Xi has told China’s 1.4 billion people to be proud of its culture, its governance system and its future as a great power, all of which add up to his signature political philosophy, sometimes called the “confidence doctrine.”China appeared to be rehearsing an invasion just miles away. World leaders issued forceful condemnations. But as Beijing’s military sent missiles and jets over their heads in a display of fury, many residents of Taiwan remained unmoved by what outside observers fear is a rising threat of war. “We grew up with this,” said Rui Hao, a 40-year-old resident of Taipei, the capital, shrugging off the potential for conflict. When he was a boy, his parents considered emigrating from their home in Taiwan to escape the threat of war with China. Three decades later, they still live here.
Xinjiang
The repression against Uyghurs in Xinjiang, which its non-Han inhabitants call East Turkestan, is becoming increasingly barbaric. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s police is seriously responsible for that, under directions of the local and central Chinese administrations. Now, the brutality of the police in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous region (XUAR) has been fully documented through new specific research guided by German scholar Dr. Adrian Zenz, Senior Fellow and Director in China Studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VCMF) in Washington, D.C. Dr. Zenz is the leading authority on the XUAR detention and re-education camps, and for this endures the reprimand, scorn, and calumny of the CCP.Concerned over Uyghur rights violations and the presence of Chinese-owned surveillance systems at the Department of Defense and police forces that has undermined national security, the British government has replaced security equipment provided by Chinese-owned tech companies at key government offices, media reports said. Other rights groups are campaigning for Hikvision and Dahua to be banned in the UK due to the companies’ involvement in the Chinese state’s repression of Uyghurs in Xinjiang, China. Hikvision and Dahua cameras are used in concentration camps throughout the Uyghur region, Asian Lite reported. This comes as the British MPs alleged that the Chinese government is persecuting minorities and intruding on governmental departments and research centers worldwide. They also accused China of violating the territorial integrity of neighboring countries.This summer, the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act took effect, restricting U.S. imports of products from the Xinjiang region of China, where a great deal of evidence reveals that the Chinese government has been imprisoning and otherwise persecuting the resident Uyghur ethnic minority. This law goes beyond previous attempts to address forced labor and what advocates call “modern slavery,” since it presumes that items linked to Xinjiang have been made with forced labor, unless importing companies can demonstrate otherwise. Evidence shows that Uyghur Muslims are enduring wide-ranging repression from Chinese authorities, including forced migration and internment in what are called reeducation camps. Through both routes, Uyghur individuals have been coerced into producing cotton, tomatoes, electronic components and a variety of other materials destined for global markets, including polysilicon for solar panels.
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Hong Kong Toys LimitedCook IslandsNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
CENTRA (HONG KONG) CORPORATIONNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Icom Hong Kong LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Chemical LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Longwin LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HANNSPREE HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongCayman Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Amicorp Hong Kong LtdNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Crosby (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
EFG Hong KongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
UBS AG (Hong Kong)Not identifiedHong KongOffshore Leaks
TSRC (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
CONTACT HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
SOUND HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
ITO HONG KONG INC.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
MARINTEC (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
PACNET HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
DOVER HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
AERODATA (HONG KONG) CORP.PanamaTaiwanPanama Papers
Hong Kong Consultants LimitedSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
AZEA Hong Kong LtdSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG LINKTONE LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
NEW HONG KONG STOREArubaParadise Papers
HONG KONG SUPERMARKET N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
HONG KONG COMPANYArubaParadise Papers
HONG KONG RESTAURANTArubaParadise Papers
HONG KONG BARArubaParadise Papers
HONG KONG KALLBACK LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG KONG PROPERTIES LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG KONG CONSTRUCTION LTD.BahamasBahamas Leaks
BRITISH HONG KONG CORPORATIONBahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG KONG HANDOVER CORPORATIONBahamasBahamas Leaks
CHINESE HONG KONG CORPORATIONBahamasBahamas Leaks
CRINAGI HONG KONG LTD.BahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG KONG SUPERMARKETArubaParadise Papers
HONG KONG FARMArubaParadise Papers
HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG KONG TAILORS LIMITEDBahamasBahamasParadise Papers
HONG KONG LIMITEDBahamasBahamasParadise Papers
Q.east Hong Kong LimitedBermudaBermudaParadise Papers
Genting Hong Kong LimitedBermudaBermuda, China, Hong KongParadise Papers
NORASIA HONG KONG LIMITEDMaltaMaltaParadise Papers
HONG KONG CATERING LIMITEDMaltaMaltaParadise Papers
Seimark Hong Kong LLCSaint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
HONG KONG CONTRACTORS LLCSaint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
HONG KONG COMMERCIAL Ltd.Saint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
HONG KONG HOLDINGS LTD.Saint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
Perceptos Hong Kong LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsSloveniaPandora Papers
PAC HONG KONG LIMITEDPandora Papers
ACCOMMATE HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
DAOU HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
HONG KONG CARVERKOREA LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
HONG KONG NWC LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
INSTER HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
KIWOOM HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
KIWOOM HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
KT HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
KTI HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
MSIC HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
PPB HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
UCG HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
WEMADE HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
WESPIA HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
XINAPSE HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
XINAPSE HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
HONG KONG SUPERMARKET N.V. – HONG KONG SUPERMARKET N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
HONG KONG SUPERMARKET N.V. – HONG KONG SUPERMARKET N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
HONG KONG SUPERMARKET N.V. – HONG KONG SUPERMARKET N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
YUCAI GROUP HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
AOXING HOLDINGS HONG KONG INC.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
SINOVATION (HONG KONG) COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Roagers Investment (Hong Kong) LTDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Golden Stone Hong Kong) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG UNDERGROUND ENGINEERING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
GOLD POINTER (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongArgentinaPanama Papers
HONG KONG MARINE FINANCE LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsSwitzerlandPanama Papers
ETOP DECO (HONG KONG) CORP.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
VALPRO CONTROL (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
JOINTMAX INTERNATIONAL HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
ANIMATION SERVICES (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
AJG INVESTMENTS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsCyprusPanama Papers
BOWAN INTERNATIONAL (HONG KONG) LTDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
COMPLANT ELECTRONICS HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
AKITA SENSYU (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG VERON COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
GLOBAL PANEL HONG KONG LTD.British Virgin IslandsSingaporePanama Papers
HONG KONG TURTLE TRADING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG CERAM CO., LTDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
BEST LEADING (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongLuxembourgPanama Papers
Everbright International (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
INTUITY FS HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongLuxembourgPanama Papers
HENLEY & PARTNERS HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongMaltaPanama Papers
Hong Kong Nonferrous Mining LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
DELMONT GROUP HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HTC HOLDINGS HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG YOUCHENG MICROELECTRONICS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
CIELO SYSTEM (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Yoga Holdings LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsThailandPanama Papers
RICH WAVE (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongSwitzerlandPanama Papers
Northland Technology (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
Coil Master (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
(HONG KONG)TREASURES NOT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
TIAN HAN (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Yihao Group LtdBritish Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
EPL HONG KONG & MACAU LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG KNITTERS (LESOTHO) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
EVERWORTH (HONG KONG) DEVELOPMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Prosper Service LimitedSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG CHINA FUNDS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Mega Capital (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
Hong Kong Prosper Service LimitedSeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
SINOCEM TRADING HONG KONG LIMITEDSeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
Top Sino (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish AnguillaHong KongPanama Papers
SINOCEM TRADING HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish AnguillaHong KongPanama Papers
Topping Dragon (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish AnguillaHong KongPanama Papers
VIKING DEVELOPMENT HONG KONG) LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG STRAIT HOLDINGS LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
YUNUO INTERNATIONAL (HONG KONG) LIMITEDSamoaChinaPanama Papers
Hong Kong Shipping Consultant Ltd.SamoaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG HIGH HARVEST LIMITEDSamoaPanama Papers
Hong Kong Link (Group) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Platinum Shipping (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG CENTRAL DEVELOPMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Henley Trading (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Ko-E (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong Kong, Cayman IslandsOffshore Leaks
FEIYUE (HONG KONG) INVESTMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
TAIYIIE TECHNOLOGY (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Vision Marine (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
INFO SALONS HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG HAIFU CHEMICAL LTD.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Sateri (Hong Kong) Management LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Kingwill (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Zhongyin Holding LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
GOLDEN EARTH (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KLT Hong Kong Holding LtdBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
FLT Hong Kong Technology LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG DIVERSIFY HOLDING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Trade & Transport (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
E-WORLD HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
ACTION ECONOMICS HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
AERO STAR HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Bankshot Basketball Hong Kong LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong ECH Co., Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
PACIFIC CELLULAR (HONG KONG) CORPORATIONBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Putt-Putt Hong Kong LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
WA JUN HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG CHINA TRADING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Ace-High (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG SUCCESS STAR LIMITEDNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
SILGEM (HONG KONG) CO., LIMITEDNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Simplex Capital Hong Kong LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Sogo Hong Kong Co LtdNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
In-Co (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Strait Holdings (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Secretarial Service LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Julius Baer (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
LAM SOON (HONG KONG) GROUPNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Nomura International (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Beringer Capital Limited (Hong Kong)Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
MORNSUN ELECTRONICS HONG KONG LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Michael H. Horne (Hong Kong)Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong International Terminals LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Bank Trustee Ltd.Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Super Products (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
China Base (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Portcullis TrustNet (Hong Kong) LimitedCook IslandsNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
JONES RICH (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
SATERI INTERNATIONAL (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Portcullis TrustNet (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
INTXT HOLDINGS HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
LAL SAHU (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
HAN CONSULTING (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
PURE FITNESS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
UNITED COUNSEL (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Roxtec (Hong Kong) Co., LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
Bermuda Trust (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
AMBER OLYMPIC (HONG KONG) LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
AON Management Hong Kong LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Fujian Electric (Hong Kong) LimitedCook IslandsNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Excel Asia (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Administrative Services LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Communications Holdings Ltd.Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
ING (Private Banking) – Hong KongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
AIRTAC TRADING (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
TIANYONG TECHNOLOGY HONG KONG LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG BALVAL TECHNOLOGY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
VICTORIA MANAGEMENT (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
TeraSpawn Technologies (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Beijing Development (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Haisilaifu (Hong Kong) Investment LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
MANTON TRADING (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
SYCRA (HONG KONG) GROUP LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Jisheng Motor (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HSBC Trustee (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Petroleum Express (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Rainbow Land Hong Kong LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Topma (Hong Kong) Company LimitedSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Sateri China (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Camco Ventures (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
AIRTAC INDUSTRIAL (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG RICH INDUSTRIAL LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Sateri Fujian (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
FRASERS HOSPITALITY (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Huajin International LimitedNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Door Traing (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Fiber Supply (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG TELECOM INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITEDHong KongNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
AIC Canada (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
EFG Bank, Hong Kong BranchNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
GeneHarbor (Hong Kong) Technologies Ltd.Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Registered Offices (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
ROCKY INDUSTRIES (HONG KONG) LIMITEDNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Agogo Corporation Hong Kong LimitedNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Athena International (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Accounting Taxation LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
PARFUN HONG KONG COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Excetek Technologies (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
FIRST HONG KONG INVESTMENTS INC.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
FUBALE ENTERPRISES (HONG KONG) INC.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HUMMINGBIRD PRODUCTS (HONG KONG) LTD.British Virgin IslandsJerseyPanama Papers
ORIENTAL TRADING HONG KONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG EXECUTIVE AVIATION LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
TOP SINO (HONG KONG) LIMITEDSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
Anytime (Logistics Hong Kong) LimitedSeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
JOYO (HONG KONG) ENTERPRISES LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG FIBERCOM CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
SHIP (HONG KONG) CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
SHERWEN GREEN HONG KONG) INC.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
NIAGARA BEVERAGES HONG KONG LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
THE NEW HONG KONG STOREArubaParadise Papers
Changjiang Hong Kong Equity FundCayman IslandsCayman Islands, Hong KongParadise Papers
EBS Hong Kong, Ltd. ** INCOMPLETE **Cayman IslandsCayman Islands, United StatesParadise Papers
Cowin Capital (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongParadise Papers
BENCAO BIOTECH (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongParadise Papers
Hong Kong Jinzhao Resources LimitedHong KongChinaParadise Papers
HONG KONG INVESTMENT CO. LTD.BarbadosBarbadosParadise Papers
NESTLE’S PRODUCTS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBahamasBahamasParadise Papers
HONG KONG SHOPPING CENTRE LIMITEDBahamasBahamasParadise Papers
Sun Life Hong Kong LimitedBermudaBermudaParadise Papers
OCEAN HONG KONG MARITIME INCPandora Papers
CHEMICALS HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL S.APandora Papers
Geonoise Hong Kong Co. Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsPandora Papers
Jinlong Hong Kong Capital, LLCSaint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
Hong Kong Trade Group LtdSaint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
CASS MARITIME (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
DATALOGIC ADC HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
DH HONG KONG CO., LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
ECOS (HONG KONG) CO. LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
FILA SPORT (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
HENLIUS HONG KONG HOLDINGS LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
JM NETWORKS HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
JY HONG KONG COMMERCE LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
LOTTE HOLDINGS HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
MAYAN ECLIPSE HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
OCEAN MARITIME HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
PD SPORTS (HONG KONG) LIMITED ( ()Hong KongPandora Papers
ROTORUA (HONG KONG) COMPANY LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
SIMMTECH HONG KONG HOLDINGS LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
SK ENERGY HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
SKYASSET INVESTMENTS HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
STNC HONG KONG HOLDINGS LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
ZYX TRAVEL (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
HONG KONG OGX TECHNOLOGY LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
Tisco Trans Group Hong Kong LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Excellent Investment Holding Company LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
YONGWEI METAL HONG KONG CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
Hong Kong Yu Du Estate Co. LtdBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG WISE SOURCE DEVELOPMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
Deely Hong Kong Capital Investments Inc.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HIGH CHEM HONG KONG) COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
LYK Studio Hong Kong) Pty. Ltd.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Crown Friendship International Trading (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongSwitzerlandPanama Papers
HONG KONG RICHLY DYNASTY ELECTRONIC CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG CHUN FAI CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG DINGSHENG GARMENT CO. LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG THTF Holdings Co., Ltd.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG YONG HUA HOLDINGS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
AUSTRALIA SUNDAZE HONG KONG INVESTMENTS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG JOLLY SEA INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG SAN DI ADVERTISEMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG EVERGREEN INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
BEYOND TECHNOLOGY (HONG KONG) DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG PRECISION INVESTMENT VENTURES LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG GOLD FIRM INVESTMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG WISCOM INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG HENG YUN INVESTMENTS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG CAI LAN INDUSTRY CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
GREENLAND HONG KONG) COSTUME INDUSTRIAL COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HOLY MEDICAL (HONG KONG) INVESTMENT LTD.British Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
HONG KONG C.B. INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT GROUP LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
SUNRISE (HONG KONG) INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HENGRUN HONG KONG TECHNOLOGIES INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG TUNG YIP INVESTMENT (HOLDINGS) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG SUNNY WORLD INVESTMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG GLOBAL CLIMATE HOLDINGS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
G.X. (HONG KONG) INVESTMENT CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG GAO FEI COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
KEREN INSTRUMENTS HONG KONG) CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Yu Kai Asset Management (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
SINO-ZIM MINING (HONG KONG) HOLDING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG TV INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
CHIP CITY Technology (Hong Kong) Co. LtdBritish Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
Hong Kong-Henan International Holdings LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
EVER Import Export (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
TUNG WAI TECHNOLOGY (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
Hong Kong 158 Anti-Aging Technology LtdBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG AUSPICIOUS DRAGON DEVELOPMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
IDOM (HONG KONG) TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
CHUN SING HONG KONG INVESTMENT LIMITEDBahamasHong KongPanama Papers
MOSSACK, FONSECA & CO. (HONG KONG) INCORPORATEDPanamaPanamaPanama Papers
A. K. Saeed Hong Kong Ltd.British Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
Polyprod Management Services (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongSwitzerlandPanama Papers
HONG KONG DASHENG INVESTMENT HOLDINGS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Wing Shing Trading Company LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG HVAC DISTRIBUTION CO., LTDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Modern Land (Hong Kong) Co., LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
FRICH (Hong Kong) Technology Development LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Guorong Empire (Hong Kong) Investment Holdings LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
KAI YE (HONG KONG) DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
C T INTERNATIONAL (HONG KONG) CORPORATION LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
KOREA ACE TECHNOLOGY HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsTaiwanPanama Papers
HONG KONG ABEL INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRY CO., LTD.SamoaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG PEACE RISE GROUP CO., LTDBritish AnguillaHong KongPanama Papers
CHINA CANTON MANAGEMENT HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG Y.I.C. TRADE CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
AIC TECHNOLOGY (HONG KONG) CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
LUEN FAT INFORMATION (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
ORIENTAL WORLD SUPPLIES (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
WELLYEAR (HONG KONG) TECHNOLOGY CO. LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Lippo North Investment Holdings LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Joyway Enterprise Group LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Priminds Shipping (Hong Kong) Co., LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
SITC NORTH (HONG KONG) SHIPPING CO., LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
TIAN YUE ZHU FINERY (HONG KONG) LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG DOOR INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT CO., LIMITEDSeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Com Cable Trade Co., LimitedBritish AnguillaHong KongPanama Papers
TECHSYSTEM KOREA/HONG-KONG LTD. INC.PanamaSwitzerlandPanama Papers
FRANCE NUOMAN – PIRCADAN FASHION (HONG KONG) LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
U.S.A. MORTON INTERNATIONAL GROUP (HONG KONG) PETROCHEMICALNiueHong KongPanama Papers
WAN LIN FINERY (HONG KONG) LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG DINGJUE (ITALY) FUSHI CO., LTD.NiueHong KongPanama Papers
Sanyi Coal (Hong Kong) Co., LimitedSeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Quanfu International Petroleum Technology LimitedSeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG ZHONG JIE CO., LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG STRAIT PEACEFUL REUNIFICATION ASSOCIATION LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
ELT SHIPPING (HONG KONG) COMPANY LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
WAH AUDA (HONG KONG) COMPANY LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG LU BIN CO., LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Fuji Holding Investment LimitedSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG PUI TAK MEDIA COMPANY LIMITEDSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Icarus Industrial Co., Ltd.SamoaChinaPanama Papers
HONG KONG SHURAN INTERNATIONAL TRADING COMPANY LIMITEDSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG HENGLI INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANTS LIMITEDSamoaChinaPanama Papers
HONG KONG FULONG INTERNATIONAL TRADING COMPANY LIMITEDSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG PERMANENT SUCCESS INT’L LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
SINO-AMERICAN INVESTMENT (HONG KONG) GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Sino Int’l Trading Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Sun Group (Hong Kong) Capital Inc.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
MILESTONE TECHNOLOGY (HONG KONG) CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG SKY BANYAN BEAUTY GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Poly (Hong Kong) Property Developments LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Pharmaceutical & Research Institute Co., Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
INTERNATIONAL TRADING (HONG KONG) GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
EBARA-UDYLITE (HONG KONG) CO., LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
YUAN LIN (HONG KONG) INVESTMENT CO., LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG YAT TAT INVESTMENTS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
RSB VENTURES (HONG KONG) PRIVATE LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Beyond (Hong Kong) Technology Development Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Qunhe (Hong Kong) International Company LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
UPBEST HONG KONG LAND COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Xingzhi International Trading (Hong Kong) Co. LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
MACAU PRIME INVESTMENT (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
GULF FINANCE HOUSE HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG SE ASIA INVESTMENTS LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
KENDA RUBBER INDUSTRIAL COMPANY (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
KIAN SHEN INVESTMENT HONG KONG CO. LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL URANIUM RESOURCES LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
AERO STAR ELECTRONICS HONG KONG CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
APRIL Fine Paper (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
SUPERWAY LOGISTICS INVESTMENTS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
WELTA SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
BOLL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
THE NEW CHINA HONG KONG HIGHWAY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
QING YI (HONG KONG) INVESTMENT CO., LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
XING XING (HONG KONG) COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG LUEN WAH (ZIBO) CONSULTANCY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Aces (Hong Kong) Electronic Co., LtdBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Sino Hong Kong Telecommunication Investment Company LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
FU SHEN HONG KONG IND. CO., LTDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin Islands, Cayman IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG BILLION MASS INVESTMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
NEW WORLD MEDIA HONG KONG COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
CARLNEGIE (HONG KONG) CORPORATION PRIVATE LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG SHUI FUNG (HOLDINGS) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
WINNER INTERNATIONAL TRADE-NETWORK (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG CITY TOYS FACTORY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG TEAKWOOD WORKS (CHINA) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
RONG HUA ENERGY INVESTMENT (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Lionda Technology Co., LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Heng Yuan International Investment LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
MST Petroleum (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd.Not identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
New Star Investment Hong Kong LimitedNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong General Packing International Co., LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Pre-Fabricated Products (BVI) LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
Leo Chemical (Hong Kong) Co., LimitedNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
MS Group EBM Hong Kong LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
G A C Hong Kong LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Wong Chiu Furniture Holding LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
S&G International Development (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Shilong International Group (Hong Kong ) LimitedNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Dong Jiang Industry (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Sino-Ocean Land (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Shui Fung Holdings (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Cheung’s Brothers Hong Kong Union LimitedNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Shelf Portfolio – Portcullis TrustNet (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Global Group Co., LtdNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Institute of Biotechnology LtdNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
GLOBAL (HONG KONG) INTERNATIONAL TRADING LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Anco Computer (Hong Kong) Company LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong New Nongkai Group Ltd.Not identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Credit Commercial De France (Hong Kong Branch)Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
ATC Corporate Services (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
KPMG Peat Marwick (Hong Kong) LtdNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
LGT Investment Management (Asia) Limited – Hong KongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Credit Agricole (Suisse) S.A. – Hong Kong BranchNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
ANDOVER E-PULPPAPER (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
The Standard Chartered Private Bank (Hong Kong)Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Societe Generale Bank & Trust (Hong Kong office) – ????????????Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
TEN REN TEA (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongCayman Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Lai Fung (Hong Kong) Agricultural Company LimitedSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
SWISS CAPITAL ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDCayman IslandsCayman IslandsOffshore Leaks
Kyooh Precision Industry (Hong Kong) Co. LimitedHong KongHong Kong, Cayman IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG DRAGON FORTUNE INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
SUCCESS INSURANCE SERVICES (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG RISING INTERNATIONAL TRADE CO., LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG WOOD LINE INDUSTRY LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
CSX World Terminals Hong Kong LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Barclays Private Banking (Hong Kong) – inactivatedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Trend Design Expo Company LimitedSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Pacific Andes Enterprises (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
ADVANCED GENE TECHNOLOGY (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongCayman Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Portcullis TrustNet (Hong Kong) Limited – Correspondence AddressNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
AGRI WEALTH OILS & FATS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
TAI XIN (HONG KONG) INVESTMENT CO., LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
SHAANXI JIAHE PHYTOCHEM (HONG KONG) CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
ONELENSOLUTION OPTICAL MANUFACTURING (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
CHINA ONE HOLDING (HONG KONG) LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG HING TOT TUNG GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KIMLIAN EDIBLE OILS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
LITE-ON AUTOMOTIVE (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongCayman Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Open Net Inc. (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG WINTOP ELECTRONICS COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HERO POWER INT’L (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong Kong, SingaporeOffshore Leaks
Tenson (Hong Kong) Investment Co., LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
ACES (HONG KONG) ELECTRONIC CO., LTD.SamoaCayman Islands, SamoaOffshore Leaks
MOSAIC CROP NUTRITION (HONG KONG) LIMITEDNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Art Textile Group LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Chain Glory Shipping LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong WEIQEE Trading Company Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
ESUN TECHNOLOGY (HONG KONG) CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HAN&TANG SHIPPING (HONG KONG) CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
GLORY ELECTRONIC (HONG KONG) CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
MARKS AND SPENCER (HONG KONG) INVESTMENTS LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
DFX TECH & TRADE (HONG KONG) CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Medicine Manufactory Holdings Co., Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HannStar Board Holdings (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
E-C CONSULTING (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG TAIXIN INTERNATIONAL HOLDING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG GREAT OCEAN INTERNATIONAL HOLDING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Totall Cars International (Hong-Kong) Ltd.Not identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, CyprusOffshore Leaks
Goldfu Invention Patent Transfer (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
Qiang Sheng (Hong Kong) Company LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
KANG FU (HONG KONG) INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Wei Wei (Hong Kong) Investment Company LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Smart Bridge (Hong Kong ) Co. LimitedNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Wealth Zone Hong Kong Investments LimitedNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Dai Yan Accountants ServiceNot identifiedHong KongOffshore Leaks
Yan Tai Components (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Man Shing Group (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG PROSPEROUS TRADING COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG FREE EXPAND OIL TECHNOLOGY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
CITC International Trade (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
PORTCULLIS TRUSTNET (HONG KONG) LIMITED (HK DOM)Hong KongNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
MOSAIC CROP NUTRITION (HONG KONG) LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Wells Fargo Financial Hong Kong LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Beijing Enterprises Ever Source Limited (Hong Kong)Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Buisness and Management Services (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Kim Eng Securities (Hong Kong) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Wah Yuen Foods (Hong Kong) Co. LtdNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG WAH YUEN FOODS COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
East & West Cultural Centre (Hong Kong) LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Health Investment Holding LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
China Huitong (Hong Kong) Company LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
MACAU PRIME PROPERTY (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
EXPAND (HONG KONG) ELECTRONIC CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
WEN YANG (HONG KONG) INVESTMENT CO., LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Dynapack Technology (Hong Kong) Corporation LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
LEADER SHINE HONG KONG INVESTMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
NEW CHINA HONG KONG METALS (SUZHOU) LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
XU SUN HONG KONG) CO. LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG HUA-BU FURNITURE COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
NAM FATT INVESTMENTS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG EYE SPECIALIST CENTRE LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
TRANS-OCEAN HOLDINGS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
PACIFIC RIM FACTORY HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG SATCOM (HOLDINGS) COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
CANZONA TRADING DEVELOPMENT (HONG KONG) COMPANY LIMITEDSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
SMART KING TRADING (HONG KONG) CO., LTD.SamoaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG TAI WAH INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBritish AnguillaHong KongPanama Papers
COMERGE SHIPPING (HONG KONG) CO., LTDSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
SUI SING ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
AIN FOODS HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG INVESTMENT AND DEVELOPMENT LTDBahamasBahamas Leaks
SCEVIA HONG KONG GUARANTEE TWO SEK LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
BRITISH HONG KONG EIGHT EIGHT CORPORATIONBahamasBahamas Leaks
BRITISH HONG KONG EIGHT EIGHT EIGHT CORPORATIONBahamasBahamas Leaks
BRITISH HONG KONG THREE EIGHT CORPORATIONBahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG KONG BAI SHENG FENG GROUP LIMITEDCayman IslandsCayman IslandsParadise Papers
Hong Kong Family Asset Management LimitedCayman IslandsCayman Islands, Hong KongParadise Papers
Cosmo Lady (Hong Kong) Holdings Company LimitedHong KongHong KongParadise Papers
Zheng Yaonan (Hong Kong) Investment LimitedHong KongHong KongParadise Papers
IMEX PAN-PACIFIC (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG KONG INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED, THEBahamasBahamasParadise Papers
Hydrolancang International Energy Hong Kong Co., LimitedHong KongParadise Papers
Hong Kong Super Auto 1 LimitedBermudaBermudaParadise Papers
INVESCO Investment Management (Hong Kong) LimitedBermudaBermudaParadise Papers
Hong Kong Mortgage Corporation (1) Ltd.BermudaBermudaParadise Papers
Sime Darby Hong Kong Group Company LimitedBermudaBermuda, Hong KongParadise Papers
Hong Kong Tohkin International (Holdings) LimitedBermudaBermuda, Hong KongParadise Papers
WING TAI HOLDINGS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBermudaBermudaParadise Papers
Sun Life Financial (Hong Kong) LimitedBermudaBermuda, Canada, Hong KongParadise Papers
DBS Group Holdings (Hong Kong) Ltd.BermudaBermuda, SingaporeParadise Papers
HONG KONG SENATOR (M) SHIPPING LIMITEDMaltaMaltaParadise Papers
BRITISH HONG KONG EIGHT EIGHT CORPORATIONBarbadosBarbadosParadise Papers
Kehrli Zehnder International (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongHong Kong, SwitzerlandPandora Papers
HONG KONG (INT’L) ENERGY INVESTMENTS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsPandora Papers
ASIA INVESTMENT CAPITAL HOLDINGS HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
CENTRE OFMOM HONG KONG COMPANY LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
E GREEN GLOBAL HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
INTERBEX TECHNOLOGY (HONG KONG) COMPANY LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
KT HONG KONG TELECOMMUNICATIONS CO., LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
MAEIL DAIRIES HONG KONG CO., LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
NEOWIZ PLAY STUDIO HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
NEOWIZ PLAY STUDIO HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
STS (HONG KONG) INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
STS (HONG KONG) PROPERTY CONSULTING LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
MCC PETROLI HONG KONG CORP. LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
HONG KONG YUANZHU REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong He Xie Investment Development Co. LtdBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Xing Li Da Estate Co. LtdBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG SHENGXIN GROUP) INVESTMENT & HOLDINGS CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
Hong Kong Time Hongfeng International Capital Co., LtdBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
USA SUN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS UNION (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
JIANGSU YASHIPS LIGHTING AND ELECTRIC CO. OF HONG KONG LIMITEDHong KongHong KongPanama Papers
DADI ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT (GROUP) HONG KONG COMPANY LIMITBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Kong Smooth Win International Trading Co., Ltd.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
MOSSACK FONSECA & CO. (H.K.) LTD. – SOCIEDAD DE HONG KONG.PanamaPanamaPanama Papers
Qian Fo Shan (Hong Kong) Travel Development LtdBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Globe Bio-energy Hitech Holding (Hong Kong) LimitedHong KongSwitzerlandPanama Papers
HONG KONG MENG XI LU INTERNATIONAL FINERY LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG HOME BEAUTY INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT GROUP LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG L & D INTERNATIONAL TRADING COMPANY LTDSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KONG BAI SHENG FENG INTERNATIONAL GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Sino-Africa Int’l Investment (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
JIANG TIAN REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT (HONG KONG) COBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG RF INT’L FLUID CONTROL ENGINEERING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG ZHONG JI FACILITY INVESTMENT CO. LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
SHANTOU INSTITUTE OF ULTRASONIC INSTRUMENTS (HONG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG TOP TEN INTERNATIONAL FOOD PRODUCTS GROUP LTD.Not identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Hengfeng Group International Investment Company LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG DRAGON UNITY INTERNATIONAL DESIGN GROUP LIMITEDNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG KONG TAK HING INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANT GROUP LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
K & K Chartered Architect & Associates (Hong Kong) LimitedSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
The Financial Information Technology of Hong Kong LimitedHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
China Nonferrous Metals Group (Hong Kong) Co. Ltd.Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York, Hong Kong BranchNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
TONE-SHINE (HONG KONG) ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIAL CO., LIMITEDHong KongHong Kong, Cayman IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong D&P International Exhibition Service Company LimitedNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong Specialty Gases and Chemicals Company LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
MOSSACK FONSECA & CO. (H.K.) LTD. – SOCIEDAD DE HONG KONGPanamaPanamaPanama Papers
BRITISH HONG KONG THREE EIGHT THREE EIGHT CORPORATIONBahamasBahamas Leaks
Reliance China and Hong Kong Opportunity Fund LimitedBermudaBermudaParadise Papers
Hong Kong Jin Nuo International Enterprise Company LimitedBermudaBermuda, Hong KongParadise Papers
TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL (HONG KONG) COSMETICS LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
KongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Kong China-Russia Economic Technology Communication and Co-ordination Company LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
DOOSAN (HONG KONG) LIMITED ( 斗山(香港)有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
DOOSAN ELECTRO-MATERIALS (HONG KONG) LIMITED ( 斗山電子 (香港 )有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
GRANTEC (HONG KONG) CO. LIMITED ( 香港格聯特貿易有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
HONG KONG ELIM PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LIMITED ( 香港以琳教會有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
I-SENS HONG KONG LIMITED ( 愛森斯香港有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
LOTTE CINEMA HONG KONG CO., LIMITED ( 樂天戲院 (香港 )有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
NEWSYSTOCK HONG KONG LIMITED ( 牛市通有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
SEOUL AUCTION HONG KONG LIMITED ( 首爾拍賣香港有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
SK SHIPPING HONG KONG LIMITED ( 愛思開海運 (香港 )有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
SORRISO (HONG KONG) LIMITED ( 索里索(香港)有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
SUNBOND TECHNOLOGY (HONG KONG) CO., LIMITED ( 亮邦科技(香港)有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
WIREBARLEY HONG KONG LIMITED ( 滙寶利香港有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
HONG KONG ZHUHAI XIANGZHOU ASSOCIATION LIMITED ( 香港珠海香洲聯誼會有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
LOTTE ASSET MANAGEMENT (HONG KONG) LIMITED (樂天資產管理(香港)有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
LOTTE SHOPPING HOLDINGS (HONG KONG) CO., LIMITED (樂天購物(香港)控股有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
SK BIO ENERGY HONG KONG CO., LIMITED ( 愛思開生物能源 (香港 )有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
LOTTE SHOPPING BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (HONG KONG) LIMITED ( 樂天購物(香港)商務管理有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
SK GLOBAL CHEMICAL INVESTMENT HONG KONG LIMITED ( 愛思開綜合化學投資香港有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
Kong & FungNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
FAR KONGArubaParadise Papers
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF KOREA DONG SHIN (HONG KONG) CHURCH LIMITED ( 大韓耶穌教長老會香港東信教會有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
FRANKY HONGNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong TaihuaNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
HONG XingNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
LI HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
MA HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Pu HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong ShuoNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
HONG YIArubaParadise Papers
Kok Kong Investments LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsJerseyPanama Papers
KONG ON TECHNOLOGIES LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
KONG TAI CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
KONG OCEAN ENTERPRISES LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
TAT KONG MANAGEMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
FOOK KONG HOLDINGS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
KONG SURPLUS HOLDINGS LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
FOOK KONG GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
CHEE KONG LTD.SamoaHong KongPanama Papers
KONG RIGHT MANAGEMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG KEEN INVESTMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG BEST LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG KEEN LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG RISE GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Thiong Kong LtdBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
e-KONG SERVICES LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Kong Way LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG FAIR LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG SHUN LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
YUE KONG ENTERPRISES LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG WING INVESTMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG HOPE INTERNATIONAL CORPORATIONBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG LEE ENTERPRISES LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG WING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
LE KONG GROUP LIMITEDNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Gan Kong EngNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Kong Keung Investments LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Mr Siu See KongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
WANG, Yu KongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Joseph Shao Kong WuNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Ko Wai KongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
C. K. Kong & Co.Not identifiedHong KongOffshore Leaks
S Q Kong & CompanyNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
DONALD YAP, CHENG & KONGNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Wong Foo KongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
HUANG, KONG-CHENNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Lee Kong Hian VictorNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
KONG Johnny ShanNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Kong Fai 1991 TrustCook IslandsNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
KONG JAM LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG RICH INVESTMENT LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
SHIN KONG HOLDING LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Kong Po WaNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Loke Yuen KongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
KONG RIGHT INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG RICH INDUSTRIAL LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
KONG BEST GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Leung, Kong Yip & TaiCook IslandsNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Cheung Kong (Holdings) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Liang Tsan Kong WilliamNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
KONG TAI GROUP LIMITEDNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Kong Sun Industrial LimitedNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
KONG GREAT LTD.SeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
KONG YEAR LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
KONG NICE LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
KONG FUI SUPERMARKETArubaParadise Papers
SAI KONG BAR & RESTAURANTArubaParadise Papers
KONG HING SUPERMARKET N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
FAR KONG GROCERYArubaParadise Papers
SUN KONG SUPERMARKETArubaParadise Papers
KONG MING ENTERPRISES N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
KONG-WA BAR-RESTAURANTArubaParadise Papers
KONG-WA BAR-RESTAURANTArubaParadise Papers
KONG HING FREEZONE N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
KONG-WA BAR-RESTAURANTArubaParadise Papers
KONG TAI INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
KING KONG CORP.BahamasBahamas Leaks
KONG-WA BAR-RESTAURANTArubaParadise Papers
KONG WA N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
KONG WA FOOD CENTERArubaParadise Papers
KONG FUI CONSTRUCTIONArubaParadise Papers
KONG FUI CONSTRUCTION N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
MOSQUITO KONG INC.BarbadosBarbadosParadise Papers
CHEUNG KONG INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
CHEUNG KONG (BERMUDA) LIMITEDBermudaBermudaParadise Papers
LIM KONG LIMITEDMaltaMaltaParadise Papers
KA KONG INVESTMENTS LIMITEDSaint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
JIAN HONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
FU HONG TECHNOLOGIES LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
YIU HONG ENTERPRISES LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KEEN GROUP LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG SHING GROUP LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
WAI CHEONG HONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG XI HOLDING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KEE ENTERPRISES LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG SHENG LTD.BahamasTaiwanPanama Papers
HONG SHENG TECHNOLOGY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG YUN GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
GUAN HONG INVESTMENTS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG CHENG CONSULTANT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsPanamaPanama Papers
NEW HONG MANAGEMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Run Investment LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG YAO TRADING LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
ZHAN HONG GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG NING INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
WING HONG INTERNATIONAL LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG YIP INTERNATIONAL LTDBritish Virgin IslandsPanamaPanama Papers
CHOI HONG CONSULTANTS INC.BahamasHong KongPanama Papers
HOU HONG HOLDINGS LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Prosperity Investment LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG ZHI INVESTMENT LTD.SeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
HONG XIN INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBritish AnguillaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG WAH LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
CHUN NGAI HONG LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
HONG TAI DEVELOPMENT LIMITEDNiueHong KongPanama Papers
FAIR HONG INVESTMENTS LTD.NiueHong KongPanama Papers
HONG SHENG CORPORATIONNiueTaiwanPanama Papers
HONG BO INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
JUN HONG INVESTMENTS LIMITEDSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG SHING LTDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Wei Investment LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
WAN HONG CONSULTANTS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Sheng Hong LimitedSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
KEAT HONG TECHNOLOGY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG GUANG INVESTMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG YU CAPITAL LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Ji International Corp.SamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
HONG JUN INVESTMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong-In Enterprise LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Xi Technology LimitedSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Hong Ge Investment LimitedSamoaSamoa, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
YING HONG GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
WAN HONG HOLDING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
WAN HONG ENTERPRISES LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Mao International LimitedHong KongCayman Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
SHUN TAK HONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HANG FAT HONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Woo Foong Hong LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
YING HONG ENTERPRISES INC.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
WAN HONG INVESTMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
QUING HONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong-Ming Company LtdBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
FOOK LAM HONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
MAU LAM HONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG WING FOUNDATION LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
FU HONG INVESTMENTS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
YUE HONG ENTERPRISES LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
YING HONG HOLDINGS INC.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
WING FAT HONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
YING FAI HONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
YUE HONG HOLDINGS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Tai San Hong LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Kuo International LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Ms. Hong/ Ms. WangNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
NG Kok HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Sim Hong SweeNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
LEE BEE HONGNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Viet International LimitedNot identifiedSingapore, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Lin, Chuen HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Lin, Hong-TzuNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Ang Suan HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
LIN Hong-YangNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Michael Oh Hong ChoonNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Quek Peck HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Wang Hong KunNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Sun Hong (Mdm)Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Yue Hong Holdings Ltd.Not identifiedHong KongOffshore Leaks
LIU KEE HONG LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG JUN CAPITAL LTDNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG JUN HOLDINGS LTDNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
SUN HONG TECHNOLOGIES LIMITEDHong KongHong KongOffshore Leaks
Chen, Chih-HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong, Jen-KungNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Rong FaNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Yu ChenNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Kingsley Hong MoNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Lee Bee HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
RED HONG CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Chao-Hong ShangNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
WINSOM HONG COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Foong Choong HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Raymond Hor Chee HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Kwan Wong Tang & HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Lim Hong GuanNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
HONG FULL INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Hong Ray Holdings LtdBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Guang Hong Trading Ltd.SamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Yee Hong Construction LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG TAI SHIPPING LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG ZHAN COMPANY LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Hong Di Holdings LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Cobest Hong Co, LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG CHANG CHINA LIMITEDNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
WIN HONG INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Chua Bee HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong, Sung-ShyongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
James Loo Pak HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
WAN HONG DEVELOPMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
YUE HONG GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
FAIR HONG LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
WO KEE HONG LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG RUI SHIPPING LIMITEDSeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
SUN HONG TECHNOLOGIES LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG YAT DEVELOPMENT LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
YONG HONG SUPERMARKETArubaParadise Papers
HONG FA MINIMARKETArubaParadise Papers
HONG & TAK INC.BahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG FUNG LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
MING HONG COMPANY LTD.BahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG SHENG LTDBahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG NAM INVESTMENTS LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
ZE HONG INVESTMENT LTD.BahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG WEI HOLDINGS LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
THAI HONG HOLDINGS LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG WU FARMArubaParadise Papers
HONG WIN SUPERMARKETArubaParadise Papers
HONG WIN BAR & RESTAURANTArubaParadise Papers
HONG WIN SUPERCENTER N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
HONG FA SUPERMARKETArubaParadise Papers
HONG TAO N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
HONG FA ENTERPRISES N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
JIAN HONG SUPERCENTER N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
HONG YENG SUPERMARKETArubaParadise Papers
HONG DRAGON LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG QI YAN, LTD.BahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG XING COMPANY LIMITEDBarbadosBarbadosParadise Papers
CHOI HONG CONSULTANTS INC.BahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG YUEN MARITIME LTDMaltaMaltaParadise Papers
HONG-SHENG TRADING LIMITEDMaltaMaltaParadise Papers
FUNG TAI HONG, LLCSaint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
HENG HONG TRUSTSaint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
Heng Hong Investment LimitedSaint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
CHANG HONG INTERNATIONAL LTDPandora Papers
HONG IN LIMITEDHong KongPandora Papers
KONG LAI DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
CHEUNG KONG FINANCE BVI LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
CHEUNG KONG (CHINA INFRASTRUCTURE) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
KONG KEEN 168 COMPANY LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
KONG WAY ASIA GROUP LIMITEDSamoaSamoa, Cayman IslandsOffshore Leaks
KONG LOK PROPERTIES INVESTMENT LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
KONG WAH INVESTMENTS GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Kong Way International Trading LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
David Ho, Kevin Kong & CoNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Shin-Kong Oversease Co., LtdSamoaCayman Islands, SamoaOffshore Leaks
SHIN KONG CAPITAL MANAGEMENT INC.Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
SHIN KONG CAPITAL MANAGEMENT INC.Cayman IslandsCayman IslandsOffshore Leaks
SHIN KONG CAPITAL MANAGEMENT INC.Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Leung, Kong Yip and TaiNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
KONG FU GROUP HOLDINGS LIMITEDSamoaCayman Islands, SamoaOffshore Leaks
FRASER, FONTAIN & KONG INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
NAM KONG TRADING CO. LTD.Saint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
HONG KUN INTERNATIONAL GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Sing Holding Company LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
XIE HONG INTERNATIONAL CO., LTDBritish Virgin IslandsChinaPanama Papers
HONG DA POLYESTER CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsTaiwanPanama Papers
DOWA HONG PAPER PRODUCTS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG LING HARDWARE CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsTaiwanPanama Papers
DONG HONG INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG GLORY SHIPPING CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
YUEN TAI HONG HOLDINGS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
DA HONG YING CO., LTD.SamoaHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KOK HOLDINGS CO., LTD.SamoaTaiwanPanama Papers
DONG FANG HONG INTERNATIONAL LTD.SamoaHong KongPanama Papers
Zhong Hong Leasing Co. Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG JIA TECHNOLOGY (HK) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
FU HONG INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
JING HONG ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.SamoaSamoa, Cayman IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG SING INVESTMENTS (HOLDINGS) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Tin Hong Trading Company, Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Yu Hong International Investment LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG FENG MARITIME CO., LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
LO HONG KA HOLDINGS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG YIU INVESTMENT HOLDINGS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Wah Investment Holdings LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hwa Dah Hong Company LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
JIN HONG INVESTMENT HOLDINGS LIMITEDNot identifiedBritish Virgin Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Hong Wing International (Holdings) LimitedNot identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Yew Sang Hong (Holdings) LimitedNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Jun International Co., Ltd.SamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
HONG-XIANG INDUSTRIAL CO., LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Hong Yue Media Advisory LtdNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong-Ruey Investment CO., LTD. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?SamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
LO HONG KA SDN BHDNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Yi International Co., LtdSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Chai Hong International Co., LtdSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Fei Hong Development Co., LtdSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
HONG XI WELFARE FUND ASSOCIATIONCayman IslandsCayman IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong De Shipping Company LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG FENG INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Xiang International Co., Ltd.SamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
HONG JI SHIPPING COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG YANG INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD.SamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
HONG COMNET GROUP HOLDINGS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG WAN SHIPPING COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG-MING TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.SamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
SUN HONG INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG LI SHIPPING COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Deh Enterprise Co., Ltd.Not identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
HONG SHUN ENTERPRISE COMPANY LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Dr. Harrison Wang Hong-SheNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Hong Tai Xing Development LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Tian Investment Holding CorporationSamoaSamoa, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
HONG YEH HOLDING COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
WO KEE HONG INVESTMENTS LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
WO KEE HONG ESTATES LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG KOK ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsTaiwanPanama Papers
Hong Bridge Machinery Co., Ltd.SeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
TIAN-HONG PROPERTY CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HAI HONG CHEMICALS (BVI) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
DAH CHONG HONG (NASSAU) LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG FU LOI DEVELOPMENT LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
Hong Yang Group (Holdings) LimitedCayman IslandsCayman IslandsParadise Papers
Dah Chong Hong (Nassau) LimitedBahamasBahamasParadise Papers
HONG FA BAR AND RESTAURANTArubaParadise Papers
HONG FA BAR AND RESTAURANTArubaParadise Papers
HONG ZHENG REAL ESTATE N.V.ArubaParadise Papers
JIA HONG MACHINERY (CHINA) LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
HONG YANG CIGARETTE MANUFACTURERS LTD.BarbadosBarbadosParadise Papers
HONG FA FOOD CO. LTD.BarbadosBarbadosParadise Papers
Woon Tin Hong (Bermuda) LimitedBermudaBermuda, Hong KongParadise Papers
HONG ARCHITECTS AND PARTNERS LIMITEDMaltaMaltaParadise Papers
HONG HUA DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LIMITEDSamoaSamoaParadise Papers
CHEUNG KONG PUBLISHING AND PRINTING COMPANY LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
SUN KONG INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS GROUP LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
KONG SHING INTERNATIONAL JOINT VENTURE LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
SHIN KONG CAPITAL (SAMOA) CO., LTD.SamoaSamoa, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
SHIN KONG INVESTMENT(BVI)CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin Islands, Hong Kong, TaiwanOffshore Leaks
SHIN KONG CAPITAL (BVI) CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Kong Sun Engineering & Construction Company LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
WAH SUN PAPER FACTORY (WANG KONG) LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
KONG MOU HOLDINGS LIMITED (WITH CHINESE CHARACTERS)British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
MAN HANG FAT CHIN KONG SI LTDBahamasBahamas Leaks
CHUN SING HONK KONG INVESTMENT LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
CHEUNG KONG INFRASTRUCTURE HOLDINGS (MALAYSIAN) LIMITEDBahamasBahamas Leaks
FANG FU N.V. – KONG FUI SUPERMARKET SAVANETAArubaParadise Papers
FANG FU N.V. – KONG FUI PALM BEACHArubaParadise Papers
NORTH PACIFIC VENTURES (HONK KONG) LTD.Saint Kitts and NevisParadise Papers
Hua Kong Global Yachting (Holdings) Company LimiteBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsPandora Papers
Hong Xu Stationery (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
DA HONG YING (HK) CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
HONG DAK INTERNATIONAL TRADING (H.K.) CORP.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
SHENG HONG MODELING INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.BahamasTaiwanPanama Papers
DONG HUA HONG GUAN INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Zhong Hong Group Holding Co., Ltd.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Zhong Hong Yuan Investment Co., LimitedSamoaChinaPanama Papers
HONG TAI SHENG HUA CO., LIMITEDSeychellesChinaPanama Papers
WO KEE HONG COMMUNITY SERVICES LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Yi International Trading Co., Ltd.SeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Yang Fisheries Development Co., LtdSeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
XIN HE HONG INTERNATIONAL TRADING CO., LTDSeychellesChinaPanama Papers
SHANGHAI HONG SHANG TRADING CO., LTDSeychellesHong KongPanama Papers
Hong Zhou Holdings (Samoa) Co., LTD.SamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
HONG TSAI INTERNATIONAL TRADE CO., LTDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Hong Tai Holdings (Samoa) Co., LTD.SamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
SEU-HONG GLOBAL FINANCIAL ADVISER GROUP LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Tian Hong Auto Accessories Co., Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
FU HONG ASIA GROUP COMPANY LIMITEDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Zhong Hong International Leasing Co. Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG ZHI (CHINA) EDUCATION FOUNDATION LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
MING HONG ELECTRONICS (BVI) CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsCayman Islands, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Chung Hong Electronics (BVI) Co., LtdBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
JOHN & HONG INVESTMENT HOLDINGS COMPANY LTD.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin Islands, Cayman IslandsOffshore Leaks
King Hong Electronics (BVI) Co., LtdBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
The Hong Lok Yuen Investments LimitedBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Taiwan Hong-Yu Enterprise Co., Ltd.Not identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
Huang Yuan Hao/ Li Yan HongNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
LIN Hong-Bin / CHIU Yi-ChengNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
ANG SUAN HONG & GLIT HOLDINGS PTE LTDNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
Mick Teoh Hong Fu (Zhang Hongfu)Not identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
HONG DE XIN HOLDINGS GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
CAI HONG TIAN HOLDING CO LTDSamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
Hung Hsiu-Yu / Hong Jane-YiNot identifiedNot identifiedOffshore Leaks
BIG HONG MING ASIA GROUP CO., LTD.SamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
FOOK TAK HONG LIMITED (CS3 PW)British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Hong Lok Yuen Property Agency LimitedNot identifiedNot identified, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
Hong Shen Li International Enterprise Co., Ltd.Not identifiedHong Kong, Not identifiedOffshore Leaks
Sheng Hong Industry (Shanghai) Co., Overseas Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Chen Hong International Trading Co., Ltd.Not identifiedHong Kong, British Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
GERMANY XIAN HONG HEALTHY BEER GROUP LIMITEDBritish Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
Shou Hong International Trading Co., Ltd.SamoaSamoaOffshore Leaks
SHENG HONG MODELING INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.BahamasBahamas Leaks
Lei Shing Hong Capital Holdings LimitedCayman IslandsCayman Islands, Hong KongParadise Papers
Jing Hong (United Kingdom) Investments LimitedCayman IslandsCayman IslandsParadise Papers
The Kwong Sang Hong International LimitedBermudaBermuda, Hong KongParadise Papers
HUI-HONG INTERNATIONAL TRADING (MALTA) COMPANY LIMITEDMaltaMaltaParadise Papers
XIN HONG YUAN TRADING COMPANY LTDSamoaSamoaParadise Papers
Shin Kong Department Store Investment (Samoa) Co., Ltd.SamoaCayman Islands, SamoaOffshore Leaks
SHIN KONG DEPARTMENT STORE INVESTMENT (HK) CO., LIMITEDHong KongCayman Islands, Hong KongOffshore Leaks
VENUS ENTERTAINMENT CLUB N.V. – SAI KONG BAR & RESTAURANTArubaParadise Papers
SHANGHAI HONG ZHUANG YUAN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE CO., LTD.British Virgin IslandsHong KongPanama Papers
Xi’an Hong Xin Industrial and Trading Co., LtdSamoaHong KongPanama Papers
Guangzhou Free Trade Zone Shing Fat Hong Trading Co. Ltd.British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsOffshore Leaks
HONG FUNG LIMITED ( 康豐有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers
HONG FUNG LIMITED ( 康豐有限公司)Hong KongPandora Papers

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U.S.-China Relations
The United States has warned it will defend the Philippines against any attack on its ships or aircraft in the South China Sea. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken made the statement on the sixth anniversary of a 2016 decision by an international arbitration tribunal that largely ruled in favor of the Philippines over the disputed maritime border. China did not participate in the arbitration.
China should brace for a scenario where the US leverages both tariffs and the new Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) to contain the country, according to a Chinese expert, despite talk of an imminent tariff rollback. US President Joe Biden has been mulling the possible removal of some tariffs on Chinese imports in a bid to help curb soaring inflation in America, and there are reports that a decision could come as soon as this week.
A U.S. destroyer sailed near the disputed Paracel Islands in the South China Sea on Wednesday, drawing an angry reaction from Beijing, which said its military had “driven away” the ship after it illegally entered territorial waters. The United States regularly carries out what it calls Freedom of Navigation Operations in the South China Sea challenging what it says are restrictions on innocent passage imposed by China and other claimants.
China’s support for Russia’s war in Ukraine is complicating U.S.-Chinese relations at a time when they are already beset by rifts and enmity over numerous other issues, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken told his Chinese counterpart on Saturday. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi blamed the U.S. for the downturn in relations and said that American policy has been derailed by what he called a misperception of China as a threat. “Many people believe that the United States is suffering from a China-phobia,” he said, according to a Chinese statement. “If such threat-expansion is allowed to grow, U.S. policy toward China will be a dead end with no way out.”

Russia-China Relations
Five factors explain NATO’s landmark decision. Some have been familiar parts of the security debate for years; others gained salience only recently. First—and most obviously—NATO’s strategy is responding to China’s rise and the emergence of a new bipolar international system, replacing the so-called U.S. unipolar moment of the 1990s and early 2000s. Second, technological developments have finally forced Europe’s hand. What accelerated Europe’s shift on China is a third factor: increased uncertainty in Europe about U.S. long-term commitments to trans-Atlantic security. Fourth, China’s ideological shifts also accelerated Europe’s categorization of China as a threat. The fifth factor accelerating NATO’s shift on China is the evolving Sino-Russian axis, most recently enhanced by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. This is molding a distinct geopolitical divide. Nonetheless, even though the new Strategic Concept sends a strong signal of trans-Atlantic unity, it is too early to conclude that it enables a joint and well-coordinated U.S.-European approach on China.
China and Russia have maintained normal exchanges and promoted cooperation in various fields and cast aside any “interference”, showing the “strong resilience” and “strategic resolve” of their relations, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday. China will also support all efforts conducive to the peaceful resolution of the Ukraine crisis, Wang told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in a meeting on the sidelines of a G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, according to a statement from the Chinese foreign ministry on Friday.
“For Chinese strategists, if the war ends with Russia being severely defeated, China would face a far worse geostrategic environment than today,” said Zhao Tong, a research scholar at Princeton University’s Science and Global Security Program. Despite being rich and powerful, China fears being isolated without a viable Russia at its side, left to fend for itself against what Beijing sees as the “strategic aggression of the U.S.-led West,” he said.

CCP Foreign Influence
President Taneti Maamau not only opted out of the Pacific Island Forum meeting in Suva, Fiji, but withdrew the country from the 18-member group as a matter of principle over a dispute involving its leadership. Some saw Beijing’s hand in Maamau’s decision to leave the alliance, a claim China’s Foreign Ministry rejected as “completely groundless” during a regular news briefing Monday. But on Tuesday, it was the United States’ turn to step forward with incentives for Pacific Island leaders to counter Beijing’s efforts to dominate an increasingly competitive geopolitical tussle in a region of great strategic importance. The incentives included more funding for fisheries, extra aid, and offers of new US embassies in the Pacific — including one in Kiribati, which along with the Solomon Islands appears to be moving closer to China. The measures will be personally presented to Pacific leaders Wednesday in a virtual address by US Vice President Kamala Harris — underscoring Washington’s efforts to stress the Pacific’s importance to US strategy.
Argentina’s government said on Thursday it had received China’s formal support for the country’s bid to join the BRICS group comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, a bloc seen as a powerful emerging-market alternative to the West. Argentina’s foreign minister Santiago Cafiero met with his Chinese counter Wang Yi at a G20 event in Indonesia, where that support was formalized, the ministry said in a statement. 
With the BRICS grouping upping the ante and the West keeping the pressure on India about its oil purchases from Russia, India, in trying to play cat on the wall, might find itself on a barbed-wire fence. With every move inflicting pain, it may have to jump off. But onto which side will it leap? Recently, China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi called on India’s ambassador to China and spoke of the need to put the border issue in an “appropriate place” in bilateral relations.
Beijing has for years been chipping away at the pillars of the U.S.-led global order—subverting its foundational institutions, international norms, and liberal ideals—but Chinese President Xi Jinping had not offered a comprehensive vision of how a China-led replacement might work. That is changing.
Australia’s Defense Minister Richard Marles warned of a “military build-up occurring at a rate unseen since World War II” and vowed to strengthen Australian defense during a speech on Monday in Washington, DC. The remarks laid out a vision for Australia’s leading role in Indo-Pacific security, and signaled that Australia’s new Labor government will maintain a close security partnership with the U.S. as well as the tough China policies of the two previous governments.

COVID-19
China’s economic engine has shuddered in recent months, hurt by lockdowns imposed to curb the spread of Covid. Housing sales sagged. Many shops and restaurants in some cities shuttered, some maybe for good. Youth unemployment climbed.The slowdown has kindled doubts about the viability of China’s stringent strategy of eliminating virtually all Covid-19 infections — whether the cure is becoming worse than the social and economic costs of restrictions. But on a recent visit to Wuhan, the city where the pandemic first took hold, China’s leader, Xi Jinping, said extinguishing Covid remained paramount.
Hong Kong will mandate electronic tracking bracelets for people in home isolation and bring in a China-style electronic health code system as part of fresh measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The quarantine bracelets, to be introduced on Friday, will be mandatory for people who have tested positive and are quarantining at home to ensure they do not leave the building during their isolation period. “We have to make sure that home isolation is more precise while being humane,” Lo Chung-mau, the city’s new health secretary said, announcing the new requirement on Monday. Breaching a mandatory quarantine order in Hong Kong carries a fine of up to HK$25,000 ($3,200) and up to six months in jail.

Hong Kong
Hong Kong authorities have sentenced an activist with stage four cancer to nine months in jail for his attempt to protest against the Beijing Olympics. Koo Sze-Yiu, 75, was arrested by police in February before he could carry out a solo demonstration criticising China. The veteran campaigner had planned to display a coffin with slogans outside Beijing’s liaison office on the first day of the Winter Games. He was charged with sedition, which he has denied. The charge carries a maximum two-year prison sentence. The court sentenced him to nine months but Koo said he would appeal the sentence. Police said Koo had planned to hold up a coffin and signs bearing messages including: “Democracy and human rights are above the Winter Olympics”. Judge Peter Law said those actions constituted a threat to national security, independent news outlet Hong Kong Free Press reported.
A quarter century ago, China promised Hong Kong a high degree of autonomy under the “one country, two systems” model when the territory reverted to Chinese rule. Now President Xi Jinping is using the city as a “wallet” by applying two separate standards — “one country” for politics and “two systems” for economic affairs — risking Hong Kong’s position as Asia’s premier financial center.
The top U.S. diplomat in Hong Kong on Monday urged China to ease political pressure on the city, warning that the “crude and chilling” use of a sweeping national security law threatened its role as an international business hub. In at times strongly worded farewell remarks to the American Chamber of Commerce, outgoing U.S. Consul General Hanscom Smith said electoral changes to ensure only officially screened “patriots” ran the city had further undermined its future. “The application of this (security) law has been broad, crude and chilling,” Smith said, noting its vague definitions had fostered “fear and coercion” and dented the city’s strong rule of law traditions.

Taiwan
China’s cognitive warfare tactics against Taiwan include spreading anti-US and anti-Japan messages to wear down Taiwanese’s psychological defenses, an information warfare expert said yesterday. Shen Pao-yang (沈伯洋), an assistant professor at National Taipei University’s Graduate School of Criminology, made the remark at a forum on online information warfare and national security at the university’s GIS Convention Center. Most young Taiwanese do not take a pro-China stance, so rather than sending pro-China messages, Beijing has turned its focus on directing Taiwanese’s mistrust at the US, he said.
At the end of April, the Taiwan Coast Guard Administration received a new frigate, the Hsinchu. At 4,000 tons, it’s a massive beast and was immediately assigned for duty in Taiwan’s Northern Pacific Flotilla to protect one of Taiwan’s most precious maritime resources: sand. China is increasing its dredging of sand in the islands’ waters. It’s a devious activity that gets Beijing much-needed sand—and presents Taiwan with large expenses and maritime degradation. “The Hsinchu is the second of four planned CGA [Coast Guard Administration] frigates and is equipped with three high-pressure water cannons that are able to shoot at targets up to 120 meters away,” Taiwan News reported when the new frigate was received. Around the time of the Hsinchu’s arrival, the CGA also received the fourth and fifth of 12 planned offshore patrol vessels. The frigates alone will cost Taiwan almost $400 million.
The People’s Liberation Army’s third aircraft carrier is likely to become combat-ready within the next six to eight years, giving its forces more options in case of armed conflict with Taiwan, a Chinese analyst said. Wang Hongliang, associate researcher at the Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s National Strategic Research Centre, said it would take the Fujian three to four years to enter active service. The launch of the PLA Navy’s third and most advanced aircraft carrier on June 17 was seen as bringing Beijing a step closer to its goal of building a “blue water navy”, capable of operating far from the shores of mainland China.
Company executives are increasingly concerned about the possibility of war over Taiwan, according to consultants who have seen a sharp rise in demand for briefings following the invasion of Ukraine. Eric Sayers, head of the Indo-Pacific practice at Beacon Global Strategies, said China’s crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong coupled with the Ukraine invasion had “rapidly accelerated” the fears. “A year ago Beacon would occasionally be asked a question or two about Taiwan from our clients,” said Sayers. “We are now being asked to brief CEOs directly on Taiwan politics and the military situation [and to] organize meetings with senior US officials or retired military leaders to understand how they view the situation.”

Xinjiang
Amnesty International today published heartbreaking new testimony from relatives of 48 ethnic Uyghur and Kazakh people detained in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, as it reiterated its call for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to take action. The outgoing High Commissioner, Michelle Bachelet, has yet to release a long-awaited report on serious human rights violations in Xinjiang, and has repeatedly failed to recognize the gravity of violations by Chinese authorities in the region. It is deeply disappointing that due to this delay, yet another UN Human Rights Council session will close this week without having been able to discuss the UN’s findings on Xinjiang. The new testimony gathered by Amnesty International is part of its Free Xinjiang Detainees campaign, which now tells the stories of 120 individuals who have been swept up in China’s vast system of prisons and internment camps in Xinjiang.
To help stabilize China’s cotton market just weeks after a crippling US ban on Xinjiang products went into effect, Beijing intends buy up to half a million tonnes of Xinjiang cotton for its state reserves – ending a 15-month drought of such purchases. The first of what looks to be multiple rounds of purchases is set to begin on Wednesday, and it comes as Beijing seeks to support China’s cotton industry, which has been increasingly shunned by downstream manufacturers who are wary of running afoul of a sweeping United States ban on products from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. The total purchase will entail between 300,000 and 500,000 tonnes of Xinjiang cotton, which will come from mills in the region, according to a statement by the China National Cotton Reserves Corporation (CNCRC) on Friday.

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U.S.-China Relations
Speaking alongside his British counterpart in London on Wednesday, FBI Director Christopher Wray called China the “biggest long-term threat” to both the U.S. and the U.K. “The Chinese government is set on stealing your technology — whatever it is that makes your industry tick — and using it to undercut your business and dominate your market,” Wray said while giving remarks to international business leaders. “And they’re set on using every tool at their disposal to do it.” Wray also warned of potential tactics by Chinese officials, saying they steal technology by using intelligence officers to “target” valuable pieces of information and companies.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will hold a rare meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on the sidelines of a regional conference in Bali this week, the State Department said on Tuesday July 5. Wang and Blinken, who last met in October, will meet on the sidelines of a Group of 20 ministerial meeting on the Indonesian resort island, the State Department said, amid high tensions on a range of issues including Taiwan. The meeting comes as US President Joe Biden voices hope for a new conversation in the coming weeks with Chinese President Xi Jinping, who has not travelled internationally since the COVID-19 pandemic.
When Russian forces invaded Ukraine nearly five months ago, the Biden administration led dozens of governments in banning the export of advanced technology to Russia to hobble its economic and military development. Now, the U.S. government is using the lessons it learned from those actions to expand restrictions on exports to China and other countries in cases where companies or groups might threaten U.S. national security or violate human rights, current and former American officials say. President Biden and his aides call China the greatest long-term rival of the United States, surpassing Russia. The effort involves broadening the circumstances under which so-called export controls would be imposed and getting partner nations on board. It also aims to redefine what technologies are considered sensitive or critical and of potential use to militaries and security agencies — to encompass things like artificial intelligence, for example.
The G7 summit was held last week in Bavaria. America’s 46th president took this opportunity to announce the country’s collective commitment to a new global infrastructure program, projected to be $600 billion in scope over the next five years. Called the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment (PGII), this is a rebranding of Joe Biden’s domestic jobs and economic recovery plan, “Build Back Better,” which hasn’t exactly been welcomed with fanfare by Congress or the American public. This is Biden’s chance for a second take. Africa will be a main beneficiary of PGII, which will be funded by a combination of G7 partners and private capital. Biden explained the new program’s backstory, how they have been working to provide better, more “equitable” options for developing countries (alluding to the popular theory that construction contracts in countries like Zimbabwe or Zambia are allocated in exchange for exploitative mining concessions).
A U.S. counterintelligence agency on Wednesday warned state and local officials that China is intensifying influence operations aimed at manipulating them into pressing the federal government to pursue more Beijing-friendly policies. China “understands that U.S. state and local leaders enjoy a degree of independence from Washington and may seek to use them as proxies to advocate for national U.S. policies Beijing desires,” the National Counterintelligence and Security Center said in a bulletin sent to state and local officials.
Former US Undersecretary of Commerce for International Trade Frank Lavin offers his perspectives, amid reports that US President Joe Biden may lift some tariffs on Chinese goods. He speaks with Yvonne Man and David Ingles on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open”.

Russia-China Relations
The so-called VRIC nations will take part in the 2022 edition of the International Army Games, organized by Russia and hosted by several countries since its inception in 2015.  The news comes from a report by The Centre for a Secure Free Society which says: “In mid-August, Venezuela will host the “Sniper Frontier” competition with the participation of Russia, Iran, and China’s military, as well as at least 10 other nations.” The report noted that the competition is a “strategic move that seeks to preposition forward-deployed military assets in Latin America and the Caribbean. “The VRIC (Venezuela, Russia, Iran and China) nations are getting ready to make a loud statement that the region is ready to embrace the multipolar force.” The United States has imposed a series of sanctions on all four members of the VRIC community, prompting the members to unite in resisting pressure from Washington.
From oil deals to diplomatic cover in international institutions, there’s no denying that Beijing has supported Moscow throughout its war with Ukraine, but to what extent remains an issue of contention and highlights the deep contradictions in the China-Russia relationship. Finding Perspective: China’s growing appetite for discounted Russian oil made headlines in late June as Beijing overtook Germany as the biggest single buyer of Russian energy. India, which also has historic and complicated ties to Moscow, has also bought up Russian oil. Despite being sold at a steep discount, the purchases – along with climbing oil prices – have allowed Russian revenues to grow in the face of Western pressure and given Moscow a crucial financial lifeline to keep funding its war effort.
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp (SMIC) on Wednesday said that it has never had any customers in Russia, assuaging investor concerns that the Chinese contract chip maker could be punished by Washington over potential violations of US economic sanctions on the country for invading Ukraine. “SMIC has always been operating in compliance. The company has never had any Russian customers,” the firm said in response to an investor’s question on an online information platform run by the Shanghai Stock Exchange. That response comes months after SMIC,  mainland China’s largest and most advanced chip manufacturer, was singled out by US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, who warned that Washington could “essentially shut” the company down by denying it access to American tools and software if it sold semiconductors to Russia.
Before the war in Ukraine, China was already pursuing a national strategy of “tech independence,” emphasizing indigenous innovation and the recruitment of overseas talent. Xi has stressed its importance in recent years as both the Trump and Biden administrations have tightened U.S. restrictions on Chinese tech giants like Huawei and ZTE that they deem threats to national security. However, Russia’s growing isolation from companies like Apple has added to calls for China’s tech independence from the West, which is also referred to as the “great decoupling.”

CCP Foreign Influence
To evaluate the prevalence of Chinese state media across search results, we first developed a list of 12 key terms related to Xinjiang and COVID-19 and then tracked the extent to which these terms returned search results from Chinese state media. Over the course of four months, we then collected the first page of (or first ten) search results for each of these terms from Google News, Bing News, Google Search, Bing Search, and YouTube every day between November 1, 2021, and February 28, 2022. We then classified the results from each day based on whether they returned known state-backed media sources. During the 120 days that we tracked search engine results for terms linked to Xinjiang and COVID-19, Chinese state media featured prominently.
Chinese government-funded language and culture centers known as Confucius Institutes have rapidly closed down across the United States over the past four years amid pressure from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the US Department of State, the US Congress, and state legislatures, concerned about China’s influence on universities. However, “many once-defunct Confucius Institutes have since reappeared in other forms”, according to the association’s just-released reportAfter Confucius Institutes: China’s enduring influence on American higher education. It adds: “The single most popular reason institutions give when they close a CI is to replace it with a new Chinese partnership programme.”
China and Thailand reaffirmed political and economic ties in an official meeting between their foreign ministers, who also agreed on the need to promote mutual cooperation in a fast-changing world. During Tuesday’s meeting, the two leaders exchanged views on regional and international issues, such as revitalizing their economies affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, cooperation on multilateral platforms and cyber-security issues. They also highlighted the need for each country to complement the other’s economic development strategies, specifically through projects such as China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor.
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi has called on Myanmar’s junta leaders to talk to their opponents amid concerns over escalating violence and deteriorating human rights in the Southeast Asian country. Wang is in Myanmar for his first visit since the junta overthrew the democratically elected government of Aung San Su Kyi in February 2021. His trip is the most high profile by a Chinese representative since leader Xi Jinping met junta chief Min Aung Hlaing in 2020 to discuss China-backed projects including a controversial dam and an economic corridor. “We encourage all parties in Myanmar to engage in political dialogue within the constitutional and legal framework and restart the process of democratic transformation,” Wang said in remarks published by his ministry. He also pledged support and reiterated hopes for Myanmar’s “political and social stability.”
A Chinese university sanctioned by the US said it had successfully carried out a test flight of a new hypersonic aircraft on Monday. Feitian 1, which was developed by a research team at Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU) in Xian, Shaanxi province, used a combination of rocket and air-breathing engines and could generate a thrust faster than Mach 5, according to a statement posted on the university’s social media account on Tuesday. The rocket and scramjet engines burned kerosene, a low-cost fuel. The university said the test flight was a “complete success” and was world-first proof of the feasibility of critical new technologies. The launch was conducted in an unspecified test facility in China’s northwestern region.

COVID-19
Beijing on Wednesday announced a Covid-19 vaccine mandate for residents to enter public venues, becoming the first city in mainland China to do so as it attempts to contain a highly infectious Omicron subvariant. From July 11, people will need to show proof of vaccination to enter a wide range of public places in the Chinese capital, including cinemas, libraries, museums, gyms, stadiums and training centers, a city health official told a news briefing Wednesday. People who are “not suitable” for vaccination will be exempted from the requirement, the official added, without clarifying how they can provide proof for exemption. It also remains unclear how people who received vaccination overseas can satisfy the requirement. China’s health code systems — which are used to show proof of vaccination — do not currently recognize foreign vaccines.
Hong Kong will stop banning routes for airlines that bring in too many passengers with Covid-19, suspending a policy that has been heavily criticized by businesses and travelers for snarling plans and leaving people stranded. The flight ban was one of many strict Covid-control policies that have left the Asian financial center more isolated from a world that is moving on from pandemic restrictions. Other travel-deterring controls including long hotel quarantines and tough testing requirements for boarding flights will remain in place, but the suspension of the flight ban beginning Thursday removes a hurdle.
Now, China is closing in on the finish line on developing its own covid antiviral pill. And it has what looks to be a promising candidate. In late May, Shanghai-headquartered biotech firm Junshi Biosciences announced results from its late-stage Phase 3 trial of VV116, an oral covid antiviral pill. While full data have not yet been released, the company said that trial results showed VV116 to be more effective than Pfizer’s Paxlovid in accelerating covid patients’ recovery.

Hong Kong
It was no accident that Chinese leader Xi Jinping repeatedly used the word “chaos” to describe Hong Kong as he marked the July 1 anniversary of the 1997 handover of the former British colony. Mr. Xi vowed that Hong Kong would move “from chaos to control.” But what he was really affirming is that China’s leaders will not tolerate democracy and its discontents, and intend to finish off Hong Kong as a beacon of free thinking and openness.
The Chinese-Canadian tycoon’s trial was said to have started on Monday, five years after he disappeared from a luxury Hong Kong hotel. The incident sent shockwaves through Hong Kong at the time. It raised many questions about Beijing’s reach and deepened fears that residents could be forcibly taken by Chinese agents to face trial on the mainland. Those fears would later spark some of the largest protests Hong Kong had ever seen in 2019, after authorities attempted to introduce a bill that would allow these extraditions to take place. His disappearance took place at a time when China was cracking down on conglomerates. Mr Xiao had also owned non-controlling stakes in banking and insurance companies, and was known to have built strong connections with families of Communist leaders after he sided with the party against student protests in Beijing in 1989.

Taiwan
A top Taiwanese official said on Thursday that the biggest benefit from a proposed trade agreement with the United States would be to prop up Taiwan’s economy and democracy in the face of China’s attempts to isolate the country. “If our economy can not be strong enough, then there’s only one place that we can go — China,” John Deng, Taiwan’s minister without portfolio, said in an interview. “More reliance on their market. More dependent.”  That’s a concern because Taiwan’s economy is heavily entwined with China, giving Beijing increased leverage in the ongoing fight between the two sides over whether Taiwan is a separate country. 
As the geopolitical effects of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine become more obvious, the collective defense provided by NATO is the key security umbrella that unites European countries and protects them from further intrusion by their malicious eastern neighbor. With Finland and Sweden having been invited to join NATO — which, if they join, would increase the number of member states from 30 to 32 — two more nations in the region are in line to be included in the regional security pact. Meanwhile, the support that Russia has been receiving behind the scenes from China and other countries is one of the main reasons the war is still going on.
A year before Britain handed Hong Kong to China, then-President Jiang Zemin hailed the “one country, two systems” plan for the city as a model for the country to one day unify with Taiwan. Taiwan would get “a high degree of autonomy” – the same pledge China used for Hong Kong – while keeping legislative and independent judicial power, and its own armed forces, according to Jiang’s speech, copies of which were distributed at Hong Kong’s handover center in 1997. For Taiwan though, the proposal has never been an option. 

Xinjiang
With the release of the so-called Xinjiang Police Files, the claims of atrocities being carried out against the Uyghur population in China seem to have been confirmed. Although China continues to deny that it is committing human rights violations and insists that the Uyghurs are attending voluntary vocational training, these leaked files provide severely damning evidence to the contrary. The disturbing files have shed new light on the Chinese government’s twisted interpretation of and lack of respect for human rights. Despite China’s repeated denials, the extensive cache of images, lists of guards and detainees, detailed instructions for running the camps, and internal communications from high-ranking officials paint a very disconcerting picture of what is happening to an estimated 1-2 million Uyghurs in China. The files seem to corroborate what Dr. Zenz uncovered in his years of research and described in a 2020 article as “probably the largest incarceration of an ethnoreligious minority since the Holocaust.”
Hundreds of multinationals and smaller companies are using forced or slave labor in China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. For the moment, it is not clear how the Biden administration will react to such abhorrent employment practices. On June 22, Jewish World Watch, an NGO, launched an online database of businesses that either are or appear to be employing such labor, either directly or through suppliers. There are now 803 firms from more than 35 countries on the database. The release is timely because on the previous day, the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act went into effect. The American law creates a rebuttable presumption that goods made in Xinjiang were produced with forced labor and are therefore ineligible for importation into the U.S. pursuant to the Tariff Act of 1930.

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U.S.-China Relations
Faced with a newly aggressive Russia, NATO leaders on Wednesday outlined a muscular new vision that names Moscow as the military alliance’s primary adversary but also, for the first time, declares China to be a strategic “challenge.” It was a fundamental shift for an alliance that was born in the Cold War but came to view a post-Soviet Russia as a potential ally, and did not focus on China at all. China offered a chilly response to the new NATO moves. “The deepening strategic partnership between the People’s Republic of China and the Russian Federation and their mutually reinforcing attempts to undercut the rules-based international order run counter to our values and interests,” NATO leaders said in a new mission statement issued during their summit in Madrid.
The United States has accused several companies and research institutes in China of supporting Russia’s military after the Ukraine invasion began, in one of the first concrete signs of Chinese entities allegedly helping Russia against Washington’s wishes. The Commerce Department said it was adding five of the companies to a trade blacklist known as the Entity List as punishment. It also accused two Chinese research institutes already on the blacklist since 2018 of supporting Russia’s military in recent weeks. Entities added to the list are effectively blocked from buying U.S. technology.

A pro-Chinese government group has impersonated environmental campaigners on social media platforms in an effort to undermine rare earths producers in the US and Canada, according to a cyber security consultancy. Mandiant said the group behind the attacks, known as Dragonbridge, had used fake Facebook and Twitter accounts to claim a US government-funded rare earths refinery in Texas being built by Australian group Lynas Rare Earths would “expose the area to irreversible environmental damage” and “radioactive contamination”. Mandiant described Dragonbridge as a “pro-People’s Republic of China (PRC) network” but did not identify it in more detail. The Australian Strategic Policy Institute think-tank corroborated Mandiant’s report to the Financial Times.
China’s plan to establish a yuan pooling scheme with the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), plus Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Chile could pave the way for the currency to play an anchoring role in the Asia-Pacific region, analysts said. The plan comes amid heightened worry in Beijing about US dollar hegemony and as global investors search for safe harbours while the US embarks on monetary normalisation to tame high inflation.

Russia-China Relations
India’s biggest cement producer, UltraTech Cement(ULTC.NS), is importing a cargo of Russian coal and paying using Chinese yuan, according to an Indian customs document reviewed by Reuters, a rare payment method that traders say could become more common. UltraTech is bringing in 157,000 tonnes of coal from Russian producer SUEK that loaded on the bulk carrier MV Mangas from the Russian Far East port of Vanino, the document showed. It cites an invoice dated June 5 that values the cargo at 172,652,900 yuan ($25.81 million). Two trade sources familiar with the matter said the cargo’s sale was arranged by SUEK’s Dubai-based unit, adding that other companies have also placed orders for Russian coal using yuan payments.
Iran, which holds the world’s second largest gas reserves, has applied to join the BRICS group of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa that Beijing and Moscow cast as a powerful emerging market alternative to the West.
China has called for NATO members to drop their “Cold War mentality” after the intergovernmental military alliance declared Beijing was a “challenge” to its interests and security. “NATO should stop drawing ideological lines, stoking political confrontation, or seeking to start a new Cold War,” Mr Zhao said.

CCP Foreign Influence
For almost two decades, the synergy between China and Germany worked. China contributed low wages and input costs. Germans contributed technical know-how and the fruits of decades of engineering breakthroughs and research. Young Chinese workers got jobs. Aging German investors got profits. But in the end, Germany has lost out to China’s manufacturing prowess. China’s auto industry is surpassing Germany’s, certainly in size and soon, perhaps, in quality. China’s relentless focus on digitalization and other emerging technologies is reducing its dependence on a rival whose manufacturing and engineering heyday was in the 1970s. Original analysis by Enodo Economics shows that Beijing’s “Made in China 2025” industrial policy has done exactly what critics warned it would.
Although China failed to secure endorsement from the Pacific Island nations for its proposed regional agreement this month, it successfully finalized a controversial bilateral security pact with the Solomon Islands in May. The pact reportedly allows the deployment of Chinese police and docking of Chinese ships in the islands. The agreement first sparked backlash when an unsigned document was leaked on Twitter back in March. The leak caused concern among the United States, Japan, and Australia that the agreement would lead to the establishment of a Chinese military installation in the Solomon Islands. Considering the United States and its allies’ opposition to a Chinese foothold in the South Pacific, the agreement is a significant diplomatic victory for Beijing.
There will be no easy exit from this new chapter of Sino-American strategic competition—a chapter that arguably started with Xi’s moves against the South China Sea and neighboring states seven years ago, as the Obama administration was still exploring modalities for a productive bilateral relationship. Extended interviews and in-depth crisis scenario exercises with dozens of companies and investors, including to an elite group of participants in the Bloomberg New Economy Forum, about these issues over the past few months, have revealed an unexpected combination of overconfidence and resignation in their views.
Chinese university graduates are struggling to find work in the country’s worst labour market in years — unless they have degrees in Marxism. Despite being China’s ruling ideology, Marxism has for decades been an obscure major for students. But it is enjoying a revival under President Xi Jinping, who has urged Chinese Communist party cadres to “remember the original mission” as he prepares to begin an unprecedented third term in power this year.

COVID-19
Economic activity in China expanded in June after three straight months of contraction, according to official surveys of businesses and factories that point to a modest recovery after Covid-19 restrictions were eased in the world’s second-largest economy. Economists are downbeat about the prospects for a major revival, however, given the darkening global backdrop and the risk of further Covid outbreaks.
President Xi Jinping solidified the position during a trip to Wuhan, where the pathogen first emerged in 2019, saying China is capable of achieving a “final victory” over the coronavirus. The Covid Zero policy is the most effective and economic approach for the country, Xi said Tuesday during the visit, the official Xinhua News Agency reported. The first update of the National Health Commission’s protocol since May 2021 sparked enthusiasm in financial markets and increased demand for travel by cutting quarantine time in half, with some analysts projecting it may signal the start of China’s withdrawal from the Covid Zero approach that largely cut it off from the rest of the world since 2020.

Hong Kong
Mr. Xi’s decision to visit Hong Kong despite a recent rise in Covid infections in the city underscores the importance of signaling his control over the former British colony. This is Mr. Xi’s first time in Hong Kong since pro-democracy protesters mounted a serious challenge to Beijing’s rule in 2019 that roiled the territory for months. In the years since, Mr. Xi has enforced a sweeping crackdown on dissent, with the arrests of thousands of people, including leading opposition figures, lawmakers, academics, newspaper editors and a retired Catholic bishop. Mr. Xi has not left China in 29 months. His absence has been increasingly conspicuous, especially as a flurry of diplomacy arose in response to the war in Ukraine and the ensuing political, military and economic fallout. 
Hong Kong was not supposed to look like this, 25 years after the end of British colonial rule and midway through China’s promised 50 years of autonomy and personal freedoms. There are now more than 1,000 political prisoners languishing in Hong Kong’s jails, among them activists, students, journalists and lawyers. Dozens have been jailed for a year or longer without bail in the legal limbo of “pretrial detention.” Some 47 opposition politicians face possible life in prison because they participated in a primary election, considered subversive in the new Hong Kong.
Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s departure from office Thursday closes what’s arguably been the most difficult chapter in Hong Kong’s history since its return to Chinese rule a quarter century ago. Lam’s five-year tenure saw more than 1 million people march against her government, and months of often violent street protests, after she tried to allow extradition to China. Beijing responded with unprecedented interventions in the former British colony’s legislative and electoral framework that crushed open dissent in the once freewheeling city. 

Taiwan
Trade talks between Taiwan and the United States this week give the self-ruled island a chance to accelerate exports to the giant Western consumer market and away from mainland China, a political adversary that many Taiwanese firms still depend on for business, according to officials and analysts. The initiative, announced by US President Joe Biden’s administration on June 1, calls on the US to support Taiwanese agriculture, which has lost consumers in mainland China over political spats, and to engage more in its digital economy – a sector that US officials hope to avoid in China over intellectual property concerns.
 A U.S. Navy aircraft’s flight through the Taiwan Strait last week demonstrated a U.S. commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific, the U.S. military said on Tuesday, after China complained it endangered peace and stability.
The main opposition Kuomingtang (KMT) party on Wednesday (June 29) issued a statement refuting claims by the Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) that Taiwan is ruled by Beijing and the Taiwan Strait is its “internal waters.” TAO Spokesperson Ma Xiaoguang (馬曉光) claimed the People’s Republic of China (PRC) replaced the Republic of China (ROC) on Oct. 1, 1949 to “become the sole legal government of China, the sole representative in the world, and fully enjoys the right to exercise China’s sovereignty, including sovereignty over Taiwan.” In response, the KMT issued a statement on its website pointing out, “The Republic of China has always been a sovereign and independent country, and the People’s Republic of China has never ruled Taiwan.” The KMT condemned TAO’s claims as “not only hurting the feelings of Taiwanese, but also being detrimental to the peaceful development of cross-strait relations.”
Western nations need to do more to ensure Taiwan can protect itself against China, the UK’s foreign secretary has urged. Liz Truss said she was working with allies in the G7 group to ensure the self-ruled island has “the defence capability it needs”. She added the West had failed to arm Ukraine early enough to deter Russia from its invasion earlier this year. It comes amid fresh tensions between China and the US over Taiwan. In an apparent change of tone, US President Joe Biden stated unequivocally that the US would defend the island if China attacked.
Taiwan on Wednesday rebuffed a complaint from the Philippines about live fire drills around a Taiwan-controlled island deep in the South China Sea, saying it had the right to do so and always gives issues a warning of its exercises.

Xinjiang
A new U.S. law meant to penalize forced labor in China’s western Xinjiang region is showcasing the still-fearsome reach of American economic power—and its limits. The law is already having a marked impact on one of Xinjiang’s key industries—cotton—and has the potential to seriously damage China’s textiles industry, the world’s largest. But the lack of impact on another key Xinjiang product—polysilicon, used to make solar panels—showcases the law’s limits. Companies in both sectors have been implicated in the use of forced labor, according to the U.S. government.
Matthew P. Robertson, a data scientist with VOC, and Jacob Lavee write: China’s crime against humanity—of massive executions by organ-procuring physicians—has been accomplished secretly under the headlights of operating rooms, and so for decades has been hard to detect. The global silence with which these crimes have been met is unconscionable—crimes similar to those of the Nazi doctors are repeating themselves in front of our eyes, and yet the world remains quiet. It is high time for Western scientists, doctors, and the rest of humanity to reaffirm the sanctity of the Hippocratic oath and give meaning to the Jewish slogan after the Holocaust: Never again.

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U.S.-China Relations
The U.S. Department of Defense has signed a $120mn deal with Australia’s Lynas Rare Earths to build one of the first U.S. domestic heavy rare earths separation facilities, part of Washington’s push to counter China’s dominance of critical mineral supply chains. Rare earth elements are vital to making magnets used in military equipment such as lasers and guidance systems, as well as components in electric vehicles, wind turbines, fiber optic cables, and consumer electronics. China is responsible for almost 90% of global refining of rare earths and more than 50% of rare earths mining, according to the International Energy Agency.President Joe Biden’s administration is looking to foster renewed diplomacy with China with a close eye on the nuclear threat looming over the Korean Peninsula, a subject of the latest talks between top officials from Washington and Beijing. White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan and Chinese Central Foreign Affairs Commission Director Yang Jiechi met Monday in Luxembourg for a four-and-half-hour session of discussion that a senior Biden administration official described as “candid, in-depth, substantive and productive” during a press call later that same day. A readout issued by the White House offered few details of the meeting, simply saying that the two men discussed “a number of regional and global security issues, as well as key issues in US-China relations,” and Sullivan “underscored the importance of maintaining open lines of communication to manage competition between our two countries.”National security adviser Jake Sullivan met with China’s top diplomat, Yang Jiechi, on Monday to discuss a range of security challenges facing the countries’ bilateral relationship, including Russia’s war in Ukraine and North Korea’s string of ballistic missile tests. A senior administration official described the talks, which were held in Luxembourg, as “candid, in-depth, substantive and productive.” The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the meeting lasted nearly five hours and follows a May phone call between Sullivan and Yang. The two last met in person in Rome on March 14 in what was later described as “intense” talks that spanned at least seven hours.Amid mounting US-China tensions and spikes in anti-Asian hate, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai told Axios in an interview she is keenly aware of the heightened scrutiny she faces as a Chinese American leading the US’s trade policy. Besides Vice President Harris, Tai is the only Asian American to serve in a Cabinet-level position in the Biden administration. Her job requires her to navigate the US’s complicated relationship with China even as Americans grow increasingly distrustful of people of Asian descent. Tai, who co-chairs the White House Initiative on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, said she is used to the extra attention on her work.
Russia-China Relations
China and other Asian nations are becoming an increasingly vital source of oil revenues for Moscow despite strong pressure from the US not to increase their purchases, as the European Union and other allies cut off energy imports from Russia in line with sanctions over its war on Ukraine. Such sales are boosting Russian export revenues at a time when Washington and allies are trying to limit financial flows supporting Moscow’s war effort. A report by the Helsinki, Finland-based Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air, an independent think tank released Monday said Russia earned 93 billion euros ($97.4 billion) in revenue from fossil fuel exports in the first 100 days of the country’s invasion of Ukraine, despite a fall in export volumes in May.While appealing to Asian nations for support to fend off Russia’s invasion on Saturday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the international community should help Taiwan resist China’s aggression now, before Beijing attacks the island democracy it claims as its own province. The comments risk upsetting Ukraine’s delicate balancing act with China; nevertheless, Zelensky insisted that aggressors must be confronted wherever they emerge. Asian countries must not wait for the crisis to act on Taiwan’s behalf, which would be repeating the mistake Europe made before Russian President Vladimir Putin’s attack on Ukraine. Zelensky’s remarks followed a video address he made to the Shangri-La Dialogue, an annual conference of Asian and Pacific defense and diplomatic officials organized by the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies.
CCP Foreign Influence
China and Poland have pledged to develop their economic relationship despite their clear differences over the war in Ukraine. In a video call on Friday, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his Polish counterpart Zbigniew Rau that China hoped to make the country a gateway to Central and Eastern Europe and promised to explore the establishment of a two-way warehousing, logistics and distribution system. Wang also said Beijing wanted to maintain sound and stable development of relations despite the “turbulent and volatile international situation,” according to a statement from the foreign ministry. He also promised that China would “continue to play a constructive role, in our own way” in Ukraine and accused the United States of using the conflict to “smear and suppress” China.China has overtaken the US as the foreign power seen as having the biggest positive influence in Africa by young people, according to a survey released on Monday. A survey conducted by the Ichikowitz Family Foundation found that 76% of 4,507 young Africans across 15 countries named China as a foreign power with a positive influence on their lives, compared with 72% for the US. In 2020, when the inaugural study of 18-to-24-year-olds was conducted, 83% of respondents saw the US’s influence as positive while the figure for China was 79%. The results are further evidence that China is winning the battle against geopolitical rivals such as the US and the European Union for the hearts and minds of Africans. Beijing has plowed money into African infrastructure over the past two decades and supplies the continent with affordable consumer goods ranging from mobile phones and solar panels to shovels and plastics.China has widened the gap on the United States in trade terms in large swathes of Latin America since US President Joe Biden came into office early last year, data show, underscoring how Washington is being pushed onto the back foot in the region. An exclusive Reuters analysis of UN trade data from 2015-2021 shows that outside of Mexico, the top US trade partner, China has overtaken the United States in Latin America and widened the gap last year. The trend, driven by countries in resource-rich South America, hammers home how the United States has lost ground in a region long seen as its backyard, even as Biden aimed to reset ties at the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles last week.
COVID-19
China is the last country in the world that is trying to eliminate COVID, and the spread of the highly contagious Omicron variant is challenging its strategy of mass lockdowns and quarantines. The country already uses health code apps to surveil its citizens and track infections, and it imposes stringent lockdowns and centralized quarantines for confirmed cases and close contacts. Officials hope the regular mass testing will help isolate cases in the community before they spiral into bigger outbreaks. But the policy can be expensive and time-consuming, undercutting the central government’s efforts to fire up the economy. In Shanghai, barely two weeks after the city lifted its two-month lockdown, the authorities have placed millions under new lockdowns to conduct mass testing, setting off protests in some areas.China’s capital has put school online in one of its major districts amid a new COVID-19 outbreak linked to a nightclub, while life has yet to return to normal in Shanghai despite the lifting of a more than two-month-long lockdown. China has stuck to its “zero-COVID” policy requiring mass testing, quarantines, and the sequestering of anyone who has come into contact with an infected person in concentrated locations where hygiene is generally poor. A total of 166 cases have been linked to the Heaven Supermarket club in the downtown Gongti nightlife area after an infected person visited there Thursday. Of those, 145 were customers, while the rest were staff or people with whom customers had later contact.A protest planned by hundreds of bank depositors in central China seeking access to their frozen funds has been thwarted because the authorities have turned their health code apps red, several depositors told Reuters. The depositors were planning to travel to the central province of Henan this week from across China to protest against an almost two-month block on accessing at least $178 million of deposits, which has left companies unable to pay workers and individuals unable to access savings.
Hong Kong
Thousands of exiled Hongkongers and allies marked the 3rd anniversary of the 2019 Hong Kong protest movement in cities around the world at the weekend, with a large crowd gathering on Parliament Square in London to mark the first anniversary of mass public protests on June 12, 2019. Some 4,000 protesters gathered in London gathered at Marble Arch, marching to Parliament Square to chant slogans including “Free Hong Kong! Revolution now!”, which has been banned under a draconian national security law in Hong Kong. Exiled former pro-democracy lawmaker Nathan Law said people’s goals weren’t all the same, but that Hongkongers in exile would still work together.Chief Executive Carrie Lam has said she feels pride, and no regrets over the 2019 extradition bill row, as her tenure comes to a close. “Everything comes to an end. I feel greatly relieved… Whatever happens in Hong Kong after July 1 is none of my business, you can’t imagine how relaxed I feel,” she told Commercial Radio on Sunday, according to RTHK. Lam added she felt proud of her efforts to develop Hong Kong but felt that a “great burden” was being lifted from her shoulders after a “roller-coaster” term. She said her ambitions were stalled by COVID-19 and the 2019 protests and unrest.New schoolbooks will teach students in Hong Kong that the city was never a British colony, the South China Morning Post reports, as Beijing seeks to tighten its control of the territory. The four sets of textbooks for a class on citizenship say the Chinese government never recognized the 19th-century treaties that handed Britain control of Hong Kong, the report says. They also stick to the government’s stance on the large and sometimes violent protests in the city in 2019, blaming them on “external forces.” The educational materials have been provided to schools so they can pick which to teach from September, the newspaper said. Textbook publishers are responsible for choosing the appropriate materials for schoolbooks in accordance with official guidelines, the Education Bureau said in a statement to Bloomberg News.
Taiwan
Russia’s brutal war in Ukraine has jolted Taiwan into confronting the specter of a sudden attack from the island’s own larger and more powerful neighbor: China. The invasion has given new weight to the authoritarian vision of China’s leader, Xi Jinping, who has long laid claim to self-governed Taiwan for the “rejuvenation” of China — much as President Vladimir Putin of Russia did with Ukraine. To many in Taiwan, Ukraine has been a lesson in the tactics and weaponry that could slow a more powerful invading force. It has also been a stark warning that the island may be inadequately prepared for a full-scale attack. Taiwan’s defenses are, by many accounts, ill-equipped and understaffed. Its president, Tsai Ing-wen, has vowed to defend the island, but she has struggled to impose a new strategic vision on the uniformed leadership.While the KMT has long been criticized as a party stuck in the past, the chairman’s 12-day trip to the US has leaned heavily — but selectively — into the party’s history to highlight the themes of consistency and American-friendliness. The main purpose of Chu’s US trip was to attend the plaque-unveiling ceremony at the KMT’s reopened liaison office in Washington, but critics across the aisle have called the trip one of “amending” the party’s soured relations with the US after years of pushing an anti-American line. The KMT’s role in backing a 2021 referendum against ractopamine pork imports, largely from the US, has often been cited as clear evidence of the party’s distrust of the country. Coupled with the KMT’s many instances of close association with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the pro-China and anti-America label has stuck.China should think twice about invading Taiwan, as its Yun Feng missile could reach Beijing, Legislative Speaker You Si-kun said yesterday. He said that when he was the premier, he already knew that the Cloud Peak, a medium-range supersonic land-attack cruise missile developed in Taiwan, could reach Beijing. At the time he could not talk publicly about it, but now he could, as the missile is in mass production. Taiwan is not invading China, but China should take Taiwan’s ability to attack Beijing into consideration before launching an invasion, You said yesterday. The Taiwan Strait is a natural barrier that provides a defensive advantage to Taiwan, so a Chinese invasion would be different from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, he said.
Xinjiang
Dozens of countries voiced concern Tuesday at alleged abuses in China’s Xinjiang region, and demanded that the UN rights chief publish a long-delayed report on the rights situation there. “We continue to be gravely concerned about the human rights situation in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region,” The Netherlands ambassador to the UN in Geneva Paul Bekkers told the UN Human Rights Council. Delivering a joint statement on behalf of 47 countries, he pointed to a number of “credible reports” — vehemently denied by Beijing — indicating that more than one million Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities have been arbitrarily detained in the region. “There are reports of ongoing widespread surveillance, discrimination against Uyghurs and other persons belonging to minorities,” he said.A new report, by researchers at Sheffield Hallam University’s Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice in England and at the Maine-based toxic chemical investigative outfit Material Research, details the toll taken by the flooring industry, painting a devastating picture of oppression and pollution in the Uyghur region, all to help consumers in the United States and other wealthy countries cheaply renovate their homes. The report calls on the industry “to identify its risk and extract themselves from complicity in Uyghur forced labor.” It also asks all companies that source from China — including Home Depot — to scrutinize their supply chains.A mystery has finally been solved for Anwar, a Uyghur American, who asked that only his first name be used for fear of “too much political attention.” Anwar said he had been “unable to speak or even just communicate” with his family in Xinjiang for five years. Then, he saw his cousin’s mugshot in what is known as the Xinjiang Police Files, documents and images leaked from within China and released to the public last month by the Washington-based Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation and news media. “I could only hope and pray for the best as I sat combing through each picture of the leaked Xinjiang Police Files,” Anwar said.

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U.S.-China Relations
US politicians have expressed outrage about a Biden administration move to quietly tell American investors they can hold on to shares of Chinese companies on an investment blacklist for military links, as reported by Nikkei Asia. “What is the point of a required divestment period if it doesn’t actually require divestment?” Republican Senator Marco Rubio said to Nikkei. “Once again, the Biden administration has watered down and weakened critical national tools to take on the Chinese Communist Party.” From across the aisle, Michael Wessel, a Democratic member of the official US-China Economic and Security Review Commission, said: “Treasury simply got it wrong. … Investors should be required to divest their holdings, not continue to profit from the threats the actions of some of these companies pose to American interests.”
The US trade deficit shrunk in April by the most on record in dollar terms, reflecting a drop in the value of imports amid Covid lockdowns in China while exports climbed. The gap in goods and services trade narrowed $20.6 billion, or 19.1%, to $87.1 billion, Commerce Department data showed Tuesday. The median estimate in a Bloomberg survey of economists called for an $89.5 billion deficit. The figures aren’t adjusted for inflation. Imports dropped in April as factory activity in China fell to the lowest level since February 2020 amid strict lockdowns to curb the spread of Covid-19. While manufacturing in the country has improved somewhat since, the measures are still straining already-tenuous global supply chains, especially when coupled with Russia’s war in Ukraine.
Facing paralysis of the US solar industry, President Joe Biden has ordered that potential trade violations by Chinese solar panel manufacturers go unpunished for the next two years, sidestepping a law Congress passed to protect US workers. Biden’s move Monday to prohibit new tariffs on the solar panels also took the teeth out of an investigation by the Commerce Department that was required by law. The Biden administration had previously tried to avoid interference in what’s supposed to be an independent, quasi-judicial process. The investigation will go on uninterrupted, the Commerce Department said Monday. But nobody will be punished. Senior Biden administration officials described the move to suspend the tariffs as creating a “bridge” — temporarily allowing cheap foreign solar panels to flood into the US to speed the transition to clean energy, while using those two years to ramp up a fledgling US solar manufacturing industry.


Russia-China Relations
Russian officials have raised increasingly frustrated requests for greater support during discussions with Beijing in recent weeks, calling on China to live up to its affirmation of a “no limits” partnership made weeks before the war in Ukraine began. But China’s leadership wants to expand assistance for Russia without running afoul of Western sanctions and has set limits on what it will do, according to Chinese and US officials. Moscow has on at least two occasions pressed Beijing to offer new forms of economic support — exchanges that one Chinese official described as “tense.” The officials familiar with the talks spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the matter’s sensitivity. They declined to share specifics of Russia’s requests, but one official said it included maintaining “trade commitments” predating the Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine, and financial and technological support now sanctioned by the United States and other countries.
Russia’s foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, lauded the “inexhaustible potential” of his country’s strategic relationship with China on Wednesday. Moscow’s top diplomat called for more economic integration with its powerful neighbor as the war in Ukraine neared 100 days and the West’s wide-ranging sanctions continued to endanger Russia’s growth. In prepared remarks at the top of an academic conference hosted by state-backed think tanks from Moscow and Beijing, Lavrov said Russia’s cooperation with China continued to grow in “scale and intensity” despite punctuative measures and an “information war” led by the United States. Developing the “strategic partnership” between the two countries “remains among Russia’s foreign policy priorities,” he said. “The experience of working together in the new environment shows that our ties have a powerful, truly inexhaustible potential, and are confidently passing endurance tests.”

CCP Foreign Influence
China’s financing of overseas projects has disproportionately benefited the core political supporters of incumbent presidents or prime ministers of those countries that receive the funds, according to a new book. During the 20th century, China was mostly known as a recipient of international development finance. Its overseas development program was modest – roughly on a par with that of Denmark. But over the course of one generation, as Beijing emerged as the world’s second-largest economy, its footprint began to extend far beyond its borders – often in the form of infrastructure initiatives such as Belt and Road. Its use of debt rather than aid to bankroll big-ticket overseas projects created new opportunities for developing countries to achieve rapid socio-economic gains, but it also introduced major risks, such as corruption, “political capture” and conflict.
China is secretly building a naval facility in Cambodia for the exclusive use of its military, with both countries denying that is the case and taking extraordinary measures to conceal the operation, Western officials said. The military presence will be on the northern portion of Cambodia’s Ream Naval Base on the Gulf of Thailand, which is slated to be the site of a groundbreaking ceremony this week, according to the officials, who, like others, spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the matter’s sensitivity. The establishment of a Chinese naval base in Cambodia — only its second such overseas outpost and its first in the strategically significant Indo-Pacific region — is part of Beijing’s strategy to build a network of military facilities around the world in support of its aspirations to become a true global power, the officials said.
In every crisis, someone always benefits. In the case of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, that someone is Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. By refusing to condemn Moscow and join Western-led sanctions, Modi has managed to elevate India’s global stature. Each of the other major powers—the United States, Russia, and China—are intensely courting India to deny a strategic advantage to their adversaries. Relishing the spotlight, Modi and his Hindu-nationalist government will surely look to keep the momentum going. Their likely goal is to carve out an independent superpower role for India, hasten the transition to a multipolar international system, and ultimately cement its new status with a permanent United Nations Security Council seat for India.

COVID-19
Chinese authorities have apparently eased restrictions on a commuter town near Beijing after the latest show of public anger against Covid-19 controls. Thousands of residents gathered in Yanjiao, Hebei province on Wednesday to protest over measures that have made it difficult for them to enter Beijing in the past two years. The town is located on the eastern outskirts of Beijing, about 35km from the city centre. Many people choose to live there because it is cheaper than Beijing, and about 100,000 residents need to make the daily commute into the capital. But since the pandemic began, towns like Yanjiao have been subject to some of the toughest controls in China. Yanjiao residents have been unable to enter the capital for months this year even though there have been few cases in the region.
China’s Premier Li Keqiang’s recent warning that the economy is facing serious challenges as a result of its Covid-19 controls has raised fears the country may be facing its biggest economic slowdown – or even recession – in decades. Chinese and international observers have suggested that Beijing may need to rethink its approach towards the West and scale down its global ambitions as it grapples with an increasingly hostile external environment. They warned that economic headwinds may compromise China’s ability to compete with the United States and put further strains on the Belt and Road Initiative, its transcontinental investment strategy. Senior Chinese officials, however, have put on a brave face over the past week, trying to play down such concerns while repeating their promises to developing nations.
A COVID-19 vaccine candidate from China’s Walvax Biotechnology using mRNA technology triggered a stronger antibody response against the Omicron variant of the coronavirus as a booster dose than Sinovac’s shot, clinical trial data showed. The result for Walvax’s ARCoV candidate, which is yet to be peer reviewed, comes as competition for the COVID booster market intensifies in China, where more than half of the 1.4 billion population have so far received a non-mRNA booster shot. Among 300 healthy adults vaccinated with two doses of either a Sinovac or Sinopharm vaccine around six months earlier, the neutralizing antibody level against Omicron in those given an ARCoV booster was 4.4-fold higher than in those who received a Sinovac third dose, researchers said in a paper published on Tuesday.

Hong Kong
Congress and the White House continue to fail Hongkongers. Most recently, as protesters have fled Hong Kong and sought refuge across the world, Congress has repeatedly failed to back their claimed support of the cause with action. Despite several efforts, no legislation to provide Hongkongers a pathway to residency has successfully become law. In the latest effort—a very modest bill to allow in a few thousand Hongkongers each year—a single senator blocked its passage, and now a legislative committee is close to rejecting its inclusion in a larger legislative package. These bills have been bipartisan efforts. Hongkongers are, on average, a relatively skilled and prosperous bunch, and the US is in the midst of a labor shortage. Logic suggests Hongkongers should be welcomed with open arms by those of all political stripes. So what has prevented the US Government from doing so?
The high-profile national security case involving a number of pro-democracy figures has largely been transferred to Hong Kong’s High Court, with 44 defendants committed to the Court of First Instance for trial or sentencing. Dozens of defendants have spent more than a year behind bars as committal proceedings were repeatedly adjourned. Principal Magistrate Peter Law on Monday moved 27 democrats to the High Court, where they could face up to life in prison over an alleged conspiracy to commit subversion in connection with an unofficial legislative primary election held in July 2020. Committal proceedings began last July and were adjourned numerous times in the months since. The accused included former law professor Benny Tai, prominent activist Joshua Wong, former lawmakers, ex-district councillors and other activists, who organized and participated in the primary with the aim of gaining a controlling majority in the legislature.
Six people have been arrested in Hong Kong as authorities moved to restrict public commemoration of the Tiananmen Square massacre. Saturday was the 33rd anniversary of the highly sensitive incident in which China’s rulers crushed peaceful protests with tanks and troops. Until recently, Hong Kong was one of the few Chinese territories which commemorated the event. But Beijing has effectively banned the city’s annual public vigil. Hong Kong Police confirmed five men and one woman had been arrested in the vicinity of Victoria Park, where a candlelight vigil marking the 1989 crackdown in Beijing would have been held. The six are now in police custody.

Taiwan
Although China’s threat to seize Taiwan by force has been in place ever since the Chinese Nationalist government and army fled to Taiwan in 1949 after losing the civil war on the mainland, Beijing had long focused on pulling the island into its fold with economic lure and political pressure. But many Taiwanese policymakers now believe that as the Chinese Communist party loses hope these measures will ever work and with its armed forces modernizing rapidly, Xi might opt for war soon. Taiwan came into renewed focus as an increasingly dangerous flashpoint just days after Biden’s inauguration last year when Chinese warplanes simulated missile attacks on a US aircraft carrier sailing in the vicinity of the country. Over the following months, China then boosted the tempo and size of fighter jet and bomber sorties near Taiwan.
It is wrong to label Taiwan’s main opposition party the Kuomintang (KMT) as being pro-China as it has always been pro-US and is dedicated to defending the island though also to talking to Beijing, its chairman said in Washington. The KMT ruled China until fleeing to Taiwan in 1949 after losing a civil war to the Communists. It has traditionally favored close ties with Beijing, which has increasingly set it at odds with most Taiwanese, who feel little in common with autocratic China. The KMT badly lost presidential and parliamentary elections in 2020, having failed to shake accusations from the governing Democratic Progressive Party it would sell out Taiwan to Beijing.
A civic group in Taiwan unveiled a replica of the “Pillar of Shame” statue honoring the victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square incident on its 33rd anniversary on Saturday. The original sculpture created by a Danish artist had been on the University of Hong Kong’s campus since 1998. Memorial services were held in front of the statue every year. However, the university removed the statue last December following a series of arrests under the territory’s national security law that is designed to clamp down on anti-government activities. With permission from the Danish creator, the civic group in Taiwan has reproduced the statue using a 3-D printer. About 500 participants, including Hong Kong people living in Taiwan, observed a silent prayer for 64 seconds from 8:09 p.m. that represented June 4, 1989.

Xinjiang
Several European lawmakers are pushing to designate human rights abuses against Uygurs and other ethnic Muslims in Xinjiang by China as “genocide.” The resolution will be presented to the European Parliament this week. The parties entred negotiations on Tuesday to finalize the text of the resolution, which will be reviewed on Wednesday and hopefully put to a vote on Thursday. Four of the biggest parties in the European Parliament, the center-right European People’s Party (EPP), the center-left Renew Group, the Socialist and Democrats (S&Ds) and the right-wing European Conservatives and Reformists, are likely to back the motion, giving a high chance of it passing, according to the South China Morning Post.
Some time ago in a major city in eastern China, a letter was hand-delivered by a Uyghur young man. The young man addressed the letter to the world outside China. The recipient of the letter, a non-Chinese citizen in eastern China, in turn shared it with me at the author’s request. At the risk of great personal harm, the author insisted that the letter be translated, edited, and published in English. After independently confirming the identity of the letter-writer, I agreed to do this. In the letter, the author describes how his life has been shattered by the mass internment campaign that has swept up Uyghurs from across the country, trapping them “in the darker world of Xinjiang.”
It’s been over five years since I’ve seen my mother. At a banquet for my cousin in the village of Karasu, in the Yining district, they arrested her and took her away for questioning. My younger brother waited outside for her for seven hours, but nobody told him his mom wouldn’t be able to come home that day. After that, she disappeared for several months. We searched and searched, and finally we learned through some friends and coworkers that she was in a camp.

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U.S.-China Relations
President Biden’s decision on Monday to try to align with Asian partners to form an economic bloc against China comes at a moment of frustration over his administration’s economic approach to Beijing, with some White House advisers pushing the president to move away from the Trump-era policies he criticized and others arguing that Mr. Biden risks being seen as weak on China if he relents. Some officials have grown frustrated that US trade relations with China are still defined by policies set by President Donald J. Trump, including tariffs imposed on more than $360 billion of products and trade commitments made during a deal the United States and China signed in early 2020.This week, Biden will join Modi in Tokyo at a meeting of the Quad, the US-backed coalition of “Indo-Pacific democracies” — India, Japan,
Australia, and the United States. The four Quad countries agree on one major goal: They want to counter China’s rise as the dominant power in Asia. But when it comes to the world’s most pressing crisis, the war in Ukraine, the Quad won’t have much to say because India, the odd country out, is still sitting on the fence. One reason for India’s refusal to join the global condemnation of Russia is practical: Moscow is its No. 1 military supplier. According to one study, as much as 85% of India’s major weapons are Russian made. If Russian President Vladimir Putin cut off those supplies, India would soon run out of spare parts for aircraft and missile systems.Time is running out for Beijing to reach a deal with Washington to prevent mass de-listings of Chinese companies whose shares trade on US exchanges. After more than a decade of standing in the way of US regulatory inspections of Chinese companies’ auditors, authorities in China have been unusually vocal in recent months about their desire to resolve what has become a major drag on overseas-listed Chinese stocks like Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Baidu Inc. The change in tone has come as a three-year countdown for China to comply with the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act of 2020 looks increasingly likely to be shortened. Striking and executing any deal would entail a lengthy process, and the new timetable could see US stock-trading bans for some Chinese companies starting as early as next March.

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The United States has accused China of failing to meet its commitments to the World Trade Organization (WTO) and says it is exploring new ways to combat aggressive Chinese trade practices. In its annual report on Chinese compliance with WTO rules, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative said Wednesday that China isn’t keeping the promises it made to open its markets to foreign competition when it joined the 164-country Geneva-based agency in 2001. “China has instead retained and expanded its state-led, non-market approach to the economy and trade,’’ said US Trade Representative Katherine Tai. “China’s policies and practices challenge the premise of the WTO’s rules and cause serious harm to workers and businesses around the world.’’

The U.S. Secretary of State’s lightning visit to Fiji may be sudden, but not surprising. That Antony Blinken is the first U.S. Secretary of State to visit Fiji in 37 years reflects just how much has changed geopolitically. It is also an indication of Fiji’s influential role in this part of the world, being a strong, if not the strongest, Pacific ally of China, the arch-rival of the US in the Pacific. In what is an election year for Fiji, Blinken appeared keen to meet the Fijian prime minister Frank Bainimarama, who is known to be close to China, but he remains hospitalized in Australia after a serious operation, so the acting prime minister Aiyaz-Sayed Khaiyum plays host.

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China fell more than $213 billion short of its commitment to increase purchases of US goods and services that it made to then-President Donald Trump in 2020, according to a report released Tuesday. The commitment was made in what’s known as the Phase One deal, in which Beijing promised to purchase $200 billion more in American exports than it had in 2017, before a U.S.-China trade war began. Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping both stopped escalating tariffs after the deal was signed. The deal required China to meet its purchase commitments by the end of 2021. While China was never on track to meet the target number, a new report from the Peterson Institute for International Economics gives the first complete picture of how much was purchased over the two-year period.The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday narrowly passed a multibillion-dollar bill aimed at increasing American competitiveness with China and boosting U.S. semiconductor manufacturing, despite Republican opposition. The Democratic-majority House backed the “America COMPETES Act of 2022” by 222-210, almost entirely along party lines. One Republican joined Democrats in voting for the measure and one Democrat voted no. Passage set up negotiations with the Senate on a compromise version of the legislation, which must pass both chambers before it can be sent to the White House for President Joe Biden’s signature. The talks could take weeks or months. The vote took place the same day as the opening ceremony for the Beijing Winter Olympics, amid criticism in Congress of the International Olympic Committee for awarding the Games to China. Human rights groups have long criticized China’s rights record, allegations China denies.The U.S. government on Monday announced restrictions on transactions with 33 Chinese organizations whose ownership is deemed to be “unverified,” and unsealed an indictment against a Shenzhen-based tech company already banned from supplying U.S. federal agencies. The Commerce Department’s new “unverified list” entries are primarily hi-tech manufacturers, including those that produce laser components and pharmaceuticals, government research labs, and two universities. U.S. companies seeking to export to entities on the list must obtain a license to do so. One of the listed schools, Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen, figured into the indictment of a Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor accused of misrepresenting his relationship to China on funding documents. Charges in that case were dropped last month, when prosecutors said they did not have enough evidence.U.S. President Joe Biden extended Trump-era tariffs on imported solar energy equipment by four years on Friday, but in a major concession to installers, he also eased the terms to exclude a panel technology dominant among big U.S. projects. The decision represented a balancing act by the Biden administration to meet the demands of two important political constituencies: union labor, which supports import restrictions to protect domestic jobs, and clean energy developers keen to access cheap overseas supplies. The four-year extension of the tariff exempts so-called bifacial panels, which can generate electricity on both sides and are favored by large-scale developers, according to a White House announcement. That technology was nascent when the tariffs were first imposed by Trump, but it is now used in most large U.S. solar facilities.
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U.S.-China Relations
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai is working to repair her relationship with national security adviser Jake Sullivan after a Situation Room confrontation in which she accused him — in front of colleagues — of undermining her in the press, people familiar with the matter tell Axios. The rare window on personal clashes inside the Biden White House also illuminates the tension between the president’s trade and national security advisers about how and when to execute aspects of their China strategy. Tai, formerly chief trade counsel for the House Ways and Means Committee, has taken pains to involve lawmakers and labor leaders as the Biden administration recalibrates the country’s trade agenda. A digital trade deal is an alternative to TPP and a way to show allies and partners the U.S. wants to engage in the region.China will suffer a greater loss than the United States from “tech decoupling” and trails its rival in key areas, Chinese academics have warned. In a report published by Peking University’s Institute of International and Strategic Studies on Sunday, researchers compared the development of China and the US in areas of competition between the two, including information technology, artificial intelligence (AI) and space and aerospace technology. “While the current US administration has not yet determined the boundaries of decoupling, certain consensus has already been formed in key tech areas such as chip manufacturing and AI,” the researchers led by institute president Wang Jisi said. The researchers said the U.S.’s decoupling strategy would also involve the forming of an “alliance of tech democracies” to completely isolate China.China has failed to meet its commitments under a two-year “Phase 1” trade deal that expired at the end of 2021, and discussions are continuing with Beijing on the matter, Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Sarah Bianchi said on Tuesday. “You know, it is really clear that the Chinese haven’t met their commitment in Phase 1. That’s something we’re trying to address,” Bianchi told a virtual forum hosted by the Washington International Trade Association. In the deal signed by former President Donald Trump in January 2020, China pledged to increase purchases of U.S. farm and manufactured goods, energy and services by $200 billion above 2017 levels during 2020 and 2021. Through November, China had met only about 60% of that goal, according to trade data compiled by Peterson Institute for International Economics senior fellow Chad Bown.The U.S. House of Representatives plans a procedural vote on Wednesday on a bill aimed at increasing U.S. competitiveness with China and supporting the U.S. chip industry, according to a source familiar with the decision. President Joe Biden’s administration is pushing to persuade Congress to approve the bill, which includes $52 billion to subsidize semiconductor manufacturing and research, as shortages of the key components used in autos and computers have exacerbated supply chain bottlenecks. If the procedural vote succeeds in the narrowly Democratic-controlled House, the full chamber would aim to vote on the full bill on Friday. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi last week said the 2,900-page bill, called the “America Competes” act, would “supercharge” investment in chips and boost U.S. manufacturing and research capacity, as well as advancing U.S. competitiveness and leadership.
 
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Two U.S. Navy carrier strike groups are currently drilling in the South China Sea amid the latest show of force of Chinese aircraft into Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone on Sunday. The Carl Vinson CSG and Abraham Lincoln CSG began dual-carrier operations in the South China on Sunday, the same day Taiwan said the People’s Liberation Army Air Force flew 39 planes in Taiwan’s ADIZ. The CSGs “will engage in joint operations to include enhanced maritime communication operations, anti-submarine warfare operations, air warfare operations, replenishments-at-sea, cross-deck flight operations and maritime interdiction operations to strengthen maritime integrated-at-sea operations and combat readiness,” the U.S. Navy said in a news release, adding that training will take place in accordance with international law in international waters.

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U.S.-China Relations
The second half of 2021 was marked by revelations of a sharp upturn in China’s strategic strength. Beijing stunned the Pentagon and the U.S. intelligence community in July by firing a hypersonic weapon, in a test that suggested the Chinese military could hit targets anywhere in the U.S. with nuclear weapons. General Mark Milley, chair of the U.S. joint chiefs of staff, reacted by saying the event was close to a “Sputnik moment” — in reference to the launch of an artificial satellite by the Soviet Union in 1957, which demonstrated Moscow’s growing prowess and intensified Cold War competition. However, as China’s tech knowhow grows, the pushback from Washington strengthens. In one recent example, the U.S. last month put China’s Academy of Military Medical Sciences and 11 affiliated biotechnology research institutes on an export blacklist, for allegedly helping the Chinese military to develop “brain-control” weapons.
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China is using spies posing as refugees under a visa programme for Hong Kong citizens, it has been reported. Chinese “sleeper spies” have applied for British National (Overseas) visas, according to Government sources. Sleeper spies are agents that infiltrate a country to stay there in the long term as a potential asset in the future.

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Joe Biden has signed a memorandum which protects Hong Kong residents living in America from being deported for at least 18 months. The US president justified the move by highlighting the “significant erosion” of rights and freedoms in Hong Kong.