Hong Kong economy reels as tough virus restrictions implemented


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Hong Kong reported 106 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, including 98 that were locally transmitted. China each year buys billions of dollars worth of New Zealand's agricultural goods, including its lucrative milk powder, which is used in infant formula.

"He stressed the importance of China rebuilding trust with the global community by living up to its worldwide responsibilities".

"Therefore China has decided that the Hong Kong special administrative region will suspend its agreements of surrendering fugitive offenders and of mutual assistance in criminal matters with Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom".

A Hong Kong citizen in New Zealand is fearful of harassment and surveillance against activists here, as tension between China and western nations escalates.

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Peters said there would be other changes to the relationship. Face masks must also be worn in all public places, the BBC reported.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said New Zealand was following its principles.

"We're on the point of a large scale community epidemic, which might result in a collapse of our clinic system and lives, particularly of the older", Lam said in a statement published on Wednesday to coincide with the new steps. The UK "politicized business issues and discriminated against Chinese companies" by following calls from the U.S.to take a tougher position, he told Raab. The pope in his streamed remarks said he was close in prayers to those suffering from the coronavirus and to those caring for them.

The bloc has expressed deep concerned over the new law, which critics say will severely curb Hong Kong's longstanding autonomy and relative freedom. It also sets up Chinese law enforcement in Hong Kong and allows for anyone detained there to be extradited to the mainland.

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"Secondly, we have updated our travel advice to alert New Zealanders to the risks presented by the National Security Law".

A human rights barrister in Wellington, Tony Ellis, has been involved in a 10-year-long case trying to stop the extradition from New Zealand of his client, Kyung Yup Kim, who's wanted in China on a murder charge.

China launched the CIPS clearing and settlement services system in 2015 to help internationalise use of the yuan. "We are surely entitled as a democracy to make our views known", he said.

"As an worldwide hub that relies on passenger and goods flows, this figure summarizes the sharp contraction of tourism and the event industry", said Raymond Yeung, greater China chief economist with Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd.

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