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Farm Bill was signed. “Where we believe consumers are being put at risk, the FDA will warn consumers and take enforcement actions.” But since the bill was passed, manufacturers see a potentially huge market and aren’t holding back on offering products to consumers. In the retail sector, DSW, Neiman Marcus and Barneys recently began selling beauty pr oducts featuring CBD. “There is a demand for highend CBD products,” Kim D’Angelo, Neiman Ma rcus’ beauty buyer, told CNN Business. “CBD products are the next big thing in beauty.” CVS, the No 1 drugstore chain, in the US, introduced CBD-contai ning topicals, including creams and salves, toRead More →

mpacts on Huawei, the Chinese telecom company has already prepared options to deal with the problem. A recent report by Dongxing Securities said the US ban on Huawei will foster dem and for manufacturing independent and controllable semiconductor components in China. “We see remarkable room for growth in the next-generation 5G and consumer electronics products in the future,” the report sa id. “As the US has imposed restrictions on Huawei’s purchases of US technology, some major domestic chi pmakers will step in to offer the supply. As their market share grows in the future, they will gradually be able to g ain core capabilities andRead More →

“Chinese culture is family-based. Everyone wants to have a group of people eating toget her, so eating is more of a collective behavior. People either eat with family members at home or with colle agues and clients at work,” said Cai Yani, who has directed a series of short videos about solo dining. Eating together is considered crucial for family bonding. On a typical Chinese dining table, one rarely finds dishes for indi viduals; instead, there is usually a range of dishes-meat, fish, vegetables and soup-for everyone to share. Restaurants usually boast round tables with a rotatable surface, known as a “lazy Susan” in theRead More →

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enter around both nations’ legitimate desires to protect some current l ow-skilled jobs, or at least to allow an easier transition to new jobs and industries. US administration’s economic policy has rightly focused on the need to retain jobs for working-class people in the US. And, Ch ina’s companies that export to the US also largely now employ less-skilled working-class people. However, neither the US nor China can expect to keep, much less get back, low-wage, low-skilled manufacturing jobs. Many people have the impression that Chinese goods are dominant in US markets. That is true only in a few highly compe titive, low-profit sectors. AccordingRead More →

itoring stations in the China Seismic Experimental Site, which spans Sichuan and Yunnan pro vinces, since construction of the project was launched about one year ago, Zheng Guoguang, vic e-minister of emergency management and head of the administration, told a news conference on Friday. The area previously had about 1,000 monitoring stations. China is the only country that lists forecasting earthquakes as a government responsibility. Considering our limited knowledge about earthquakes, the forecasting work has to be based on observation. However, the we ak signals from underground are often disrupted by electromagnetic interference, he said. He said that in cooperation with the government of Shenzhen,Read More →

f on additional tariffs and rapidly conclude negotiations with China, including lifti ng the existing Section 301 tariffs in exchange for China removing its retaliatory 25 percent tariff on US soybeans. “We need a positive resolution of this ongoing tariff dispute, not further escalation of tensions,” Stephens was quoted as saying. The United States announced Wednesday that it would raise tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods from 10 percent to 25 percent, effective on May 10. China on Wednesday expressed regrets over the planned measures in a statement, saying “Ch ina deeply regrets this, and will be forced to take necessary countermeasures ifRead More →