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  1. Hong Kong’s umbrella revolution gaining momentum

    Steve Bernstein of Sinopac Solutions and Services on Hong Kong protests for democracy.

  2. First-hand account of Hong Kong protests

    Steve Bernstein of Sinopac Solutions & Services on pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.

  3. Hong Kong protests weighing on U.S. markets

    Money Map Press’s Keith Fitz-Gerald on the impacts of the Hong Kong pro-democracy protests on the U.S. markets.

  4. How will China’s government impact Alibaba?

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  5. China replaces Britain in world's top five arms exporters: report

    China has become the world's fifth-largest arms exporter, a respected Sweden-based think tank said on Monday, its highest ranking since the Cold War, with Pakistan t...

  6. Taiwan regulators, feet to the fire, talk tough on China-linked media deals

    Taiwan regulators, under pressure from a public worried that Beijing may meddle in their media, have begun talking tough on TV and newspaper deals by Taiwanese busin...

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  9. United Tech Unit Pays $75M in Illegal Arms Settlement

    United Technologies' (NYSE:UTX) Pratt & Whitney Canada group pleaded guilty on Thursday to illegally selling military technology to China for use in an attack helico...

  10. Google Says Gmail Hacking Likely From China

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  11. Should Fed Include Energy in Inflation Calculations?

    Fmr. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas VP Gerald O'Driscoll on how the unrest in the Middle Eastern impacts oil prices and consumer standard of living.

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  1. China fully blocks Gmail

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent breaks down the details of China’s block on Gmail access.

  2. Claudia Rosett: China is sensitive to international criticism

    Foundation for Defense of Democracies’ Claudia Rosett on the protests in Hong Kong.

  3. What’s next in Hong Kong?

    Sinopec Solutions CEO Steve Bernstein discusses the latest from pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.

  4. What’s behind pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong

    Death of Money author Jim Rickards gives insight into pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.

  5. Hong Kong protesters threaten escalation if demands aren’t met

    Fox News contributor Monica Crowley on the possible escalation of the protests in Hong Kong.

  6. Why Xi JinPing won’t repeat the Tiananmen Square incident in Hong Kong

    Hoover Institution senior fellow Larry Diamond on Hong Kong protests .

  7. Could Hong Kong protests lead to another Tiananmen Square ?

    Heritage Chief Economist Steve Moore on the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.

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