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The South China Morning Post (SCMP), with its Sunday edition, the Sunday Morning Post, is a Hong Kong-based English-language newspaper founded in 1903. It is Hong Kong's newspaper of record, owned by Alibaba Group. The newspaper was founded by Tse Tsan-tai and Alfred Cunningham in 1903.

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Cathay Pacific to cut 6,000 jobs - report [Video]

Cathay Pacific to cut 6,000 jobs - report

Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways will cut around 6,000 jobs, or 18% of its workforce, and axe regional brand Cathay Dragon to help it weather the coronavirus pandemic, the South China Morning Post..

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Beijing to unveil plans for national security laws in Hong Kong: report

Beijing will announce a resolution for national security legislation in Hong Kong, proscribing secession, foreign interference and terrorism, the South China Morning Post newspaper reported on..
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Hong Kong to offer HK$100 billion COVID-19 relief package: SCMP

Hong Kong government will offer a relief package worth more than HK$100 billion ($12.90 billion) to help workers and businesses struggling with COVID-19 crisis, the South China Morning Post reported..
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China, U.S. to set aside differences in G20 coronavirus summit: SCMP

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Hotel in China being used for coronavirus quarantine collapses with 70 inside, reports say

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Cathay Pacific asks employees to take unpaid leave as virus hits demand: paper

Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd has asked all its 27,000 employees to take three weeks of unpaid leave in coming months as it battles a fall in demand caused by a virus outbreak, the South China..
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Chinese delegation plans to travel to Washington to sign trade deal: SCMP

A Chinese trade delegation is planning to travel to Washington on Jan. 13 for the signing of the U.S.-China Phase 1 trade deal, the South China Morning Post reported on Sunday citing a source briefed..
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Louis Vuitton to close Hong Kong shop as protests bite: report

Louis Vuitton, the world's biggest luxury goods brand by sales, is preparing to shut one of its shops in Hong Kong where protests have hit demand as high rental costs bite, the South China Morning Post..
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China objects to Malaysia's U.N. submission on South China Sea: SCMP

China has protested against Malaysia filing a submission https://www.un.org/Depts/los/clcs_new/submissions_files/submission_mys_12_12_2019.html with the United Nations last week seeking to establish..
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Pirates capture crew members of Hong Kong-flagged tanker: SCMP

A Hong Kong-registered crude oil tanker was attacked and its sailors kidnapped by pirates off the coast of Nigeria in the early hours of Wednesday, the South China Morning Post cited the city's Marine..
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China accuses UN rights chief of inflaming Hong Kong unrest

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The track cycling World Cup leg in Hong Kong this weekend will go ahead as planned after a lull in violence across the city, which has been racked by anti-government protests for the past six months,..
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Donald Trump, Xi Jinping set for November 17 meeting in Chile to sign interim trade war deal: source

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Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump are tentatively expected to meet on November 17 with the aim of signing an interim trade deal, a source briefed on the arrangements told the..
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U.S.-China made no progress in deputy-level trade talks: South China Morning Post

The United States and China made no progress in deputy-level trade talks held on Monday and Tuesday in Washington, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) said, citing unnamed sources with knowledge of the..
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White House denies report China's Liu He plans to leave Washington on Thursday: CNBC

The White House has denied a report from the South China Morning Post that said that Chinese Vice Premier Liu He is planning to leave Washington on Thursday after just one day of minister-level..
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Streets of Hong Kong become protest battlefield on China National Day

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Hong Kong protester shot by live bullet by police

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Hong Kong: The South China Morning Post and television reports said at least one person was wounded in the chest by police firing live rounds. Police did not respond to requests for comment but have..
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Trump adviser says U.S. president ready to escalate trade war if no deal agreed soon: SCMP

A trade adviser to Donald Trump has said the U.S. president is ready to escalate the ongoing trade war with China if a trade deal is not agreed soon, the South China Morning Post reported on Thursday.
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China to buy U.S. goods to sweeten trade deal: SCMP

China is expected to buy more agricultural products in hope for a better trade deal with the United States, South China Morning Post reported https://bit.ly/2manJ5q on Tuesday, citing a source.
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Hong Kong leader to announce withdrawal of extradition bill: media report

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UPDATE: New Zealand Promises To Reform Policies After White Supremacists Send Hate-Filled Letters From Prison

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U.S. Commerce Secretary Says No Date Set For Next Round Of China Trade Talks

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U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross suggested Wednesday the United States and China have not determined when to hold their next round of face-to-face trade talks, the South China Morning Post reported...
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Beijing: Negotiations For The World's Largest Free-Trade Agreement Making 'Positive Progress'

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‘Pro-China’ Boris Johnson ‘enthusiastic’ about belt and road plan

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3 More U.S. Universities Express Support For Chinese-American Scientists Suspected Of Spying

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Beijing Probes Former Senior Space Official For Discipline Violations, Not Espionage

beijing probes former senior space official for discipline violations, not espionage
China said the investigation into former military official Qian Weiping was not related to espionage claims as initially reported by a Hong Kong-based newspaper on Wednesday, but is for suspected..
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Huawei Denies Helping North Korea Illegally Collect Data From Czech Republic

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Chinese telecoms giant Huawei on Tuesday denied media reports suggesting it had engaged in potentially unlawful activities in North Korea and the Czech Republic, while playing down European..
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Japanese Workers Told To Stay Home During Olympics To Prevent Transport Chaos

japanese workers told to stay home during olympics to prevent transport chaos
Japanese authorities have told the nation’s famously diligent workers to stay away from the office during next year’s Olympics to avoid traffic chaos, the South China Morning Post reports...
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Iran to woo Chinese tourists with visa-free entry ‘within weeks’

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Iran is hoping to attract up to one million Chinese tourists from next month in a bid to shore up its falling economy, badly hit by US sanctions.Vali Teymouri, Iran's deputy director for tourism..
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U.S. Cancels Speech By Ex-Hong Kong Envoy For Fear Of Derailing Trade Talks

u.s. cancels speech by ex-hong kong envoy for fear of derailing trade talks
A scheduled speech at a Washington think tank by the former United States general consul to Hong Kong has been postponed on the orders of the U.S. State Department, according to a person with direct..
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Singapore Detains Myanmar Nationals Accused Of Backing Rakhine Insurgents

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'King Tut' Bust Auctioned For $6 Million Over Egyptian Protests

'king tut' bust auctioned for $6 million over egyptian protests
A 3,000-year-old quartzite head of Egyptian “Boy King” Tutankhamen was auctioned off for $6 million Thursday in London despite a fierce outcry from Cairo, the South China Morning Post reported...
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Former Head Of Chinese Shipbuilder Sentenced On Corruption Charges

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A Shanghai court handed down a lenient sentence to the corrupt former head of one of China’s biggest shipbuilders after he shed new light on other crimes, state media reported on Thursday, the South..
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Mother Begs UN To Stop French Doctors From Taking Son Off Life Support

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The mother of a Frenchman in a vegetative state for more than a decade pleaded for United Nations help on Monday to stop her son’s “murder,” after a court ruled his life support could be halted,..
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