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"Our Argentinian lemon shipments to Brazil are consolidating and we have started exporting to Mexico"

Fresh Plaza 23 May 2022
Argentinian lemons are already being shipped to the international markets. "So far, throughout the month of May, we have been exporting just over 12,000 tons of lemons ... Last season, the U.S ... We have seen pictures of the congestion at the port of Shanghai, which is far worse than the one observed some time ago in the port of Los Angeles." ... Federcitrus.
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Canada bans China’s Huawei, ZTE from 5G networks

Taipei Times 20 May 2022
AP, TORONTO ... China yesterday condemned the ban, describing it as “groundless” and based on spurious security risks ... Huawei Technologies Co’s logo at its French headquarters in Boulogne-Billancourt, France, is pictured on Feb. 17 last year ... ZTE Corp’s logo on an office building in Shanghai is pictured on May 3, 2018 ... .
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'Jurassic World Dominion' to fuel China's summer film season

China.dot.org 19 May 2022
The much-anticipated final installment of the "Jurassic World" trilogy will hit Chinese cinemas on June 10, Universal Pictures has announced.A Chinese poster for "Jurassic World Dominion" [Image courtesy of Universal Pictures].
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Photographer Luo Yang captures rare glimpse of China’s ‘brave and free’ youth

The Guardian 19 May 2022
The Shanghai-based photographer says she was drawn to taking pictures as a way of recording ...
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'Huge' pressure for Shanghai to stay COVID-free as end to lockdown looms

Reuters 18 May 2022
The government of Shanghai's Xuhui district posted pictures on its social media account of workers planting flowers alongside largely deserted streets to ensure a "clean and beautiful" environment for the "resumption of work and production in the city".
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‘Huge’ pressure for Shanghai to stay COVID-free as end to lockdown looms

Metro USA 18 May 2022
The government of Shanghai’s Xuhui district posted pictures on its social media account of workers planting flowers alongside largely deserted streets to ensure a “clean and beautiful” environment for the “resumption of work and production in the city”.
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‘Huge’ pressure as Shanghai remains COVID-free and end to lockdown looms

Metro USA 18 May 2022
The government of Shanghai’s Xuhui district posted pictures on its social media account of workers planting flowers alongside largely deserted streets to ensure a “clean and beautiful” environment for the “resumption of work and production in the city”.
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Hong Kong’s brain drain

Moneyweek 14 May 2022
Meanwhile, 800 miles to the north-east, Shanghai – the city that hopes to poach Hong Kong’s crown as China’s great financial hub – further tightened its already draconian lockdown measures ... “What happened in Shanghai is shocking to most of the people ... “Shanghai has always been a state-owned enterprise creation.”What’s the bigger picture?.
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China's endless lockdowns remind some of the Mao era

Hot Air 13 May 2022
Both the NY Times and the Washington Post published stories today about the ongoing lockdowns in China and the problems they are creating for the country’s economy and for the unspoken contract China has had with its most well-off citizens in Shanghai ... China Shanghai.
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China’s avoidable Covid crisis

Asiatimes 13 May 2022
China’s complacency after its 2020 success in containing Covid-19 led Beijing to neglect measures that would have made the tragic Shanghai lockdown avoidable. Once the highly-contagious new Covid strains hit Shanghai in early April, China had no choice but to lock down the city, with a cost in death and suffering that is yet to be fully tallied.
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China tightens ban on 'non-essential' overseas travel as lockdown anger rises

Henry Herald 13 May 2022
These fears have only been exacerbated by the chaos and dysfunction that has engulfed locked-down cities such as Shanghai ... The most notable among them is Shanghai, the wealthy financial hub, which has been under citywide lockdown since late March ... "This is a familiar picture," one ...
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Asian markets steady after Wall St sell-off

The Times/The Sunday Times 10 May 2022
A mixed picture overnight saw the Shanghai Composite trade higher, up 1.03 per cent at 3,035.21 a short while ago, but the Hang Seng was 1.73 per ...
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Mystery buyer pays £2.2million for '1,219sq ft luxury three-bed Sandbanks flat' that hasn't even been ...

The Daily Mail 10 May 2022
A mystery buyer has paid a record price of £2.2million for a luxury three-bed flat in Sandbanks which has not even been built yet (pictured artist impression of the apartment block called The Harbour) as the millionaire's playground lives up to its reputation as the UK's most pricey seaside town ... Pictured ... Pictured ... Pictured ... Pictured.
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Shanghai intensifies lockdown as Xi Jinping insists on zero-Covid

Magic Valley 09 May 2022
Shanghai is tightening its stringent lockdown measures after China's leader Xi Jinping pledged to double down on zero-Covid policy, leaving millions confined to their homes with no end in sight, and pictured residents in Shanghai, China, May 9 ... .
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We’re in a bear market – change the way you invest

Moneyweek 09 May 2022
Look for creative companies – like the luxury goods purveyors of Shanghai ... The pictures have, she tells me, come from a contact in Shanghai – where luxury goods companies have apparently been helping out their locked-in VVIP customers by sending them the kind of food it is hard to find elsewhere.

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FILE - This 2003 electron microscope image made available by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows mature, oval-shaped monkeypox virions, left, and spherical immature virions, right, obtained from a sample of human skin associated with the 2003 prairie dog outbreak.
AP / Cynthia S. Goldsmith, Russell Regner/CDC, File
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