#5815879 at 2019-03-21 22:55:29 (UTC+1) Q Research General #7439: Black Books, Red Shoes. The close proximity to JUSTICE [PAIN] Edition
2017 Chinese billionaires top 30 list
Rank Name Net worth (USD) Citizenship Sources of wealth
1 Xu Jiayin (Hui Ka Yan) 42.5 billion China real estate
2 Ma Huateng 39 billion China internet media
3 Jack Ma 38.6 billion China e-commerce
4 Wang Jianlin 25.2 billion China real estate
5 Wang Wei 22.3 billion China package delivery
6 Yang Huiyan 20.7 billion China real estate
7 He Xiangjian 18.7 billion China home appliances
8 Robin Li 17.1 billion China internet search
9 William Ding 16.9 billion China online games
10 Li Shufu 16.5 billion China automobiles
11 Wang Wenyin 13.5 billion China mining, copper products
12 Zhang Zhidong 13.4 billion China internet media
13 Zhou Qunfei 10.6 billion China smartphone screens
14 Sun Hongbin 10.4 billion China real estate
15 Gong Hongjia 10.3 billion China investments
16 Guo Guangchang 10 billion China conglomerate
17 Xu Shihui 9.5 billion China snacks, beverages
18 Liu Qiangdong 9.4 billion China e-commerce
19 Pan Zhengmin 9.3 billion China electronics
20 Zong Qinghou 9.1 billion China beverages
21 Yao Zhenhua 8.2 billion China conglomerate
22 Xu Rongmao (Hui Wing Mau) 7.2 billion China real estate
23 Sun Piaoyang 7.1 billion China pharmaceuticals
24 Wu Yajun 6.9 billion China real estate
25 Lei Jun 6.8 billion China smartphones
26 Yan Zhi 6.7 billion China real estate
27 Zhang Jinmei 6.5 billion China conglomerate
28 Liu Yongxing 6.4 billion China agribusiness
29 Wang Wenxue 6.35 billion China real estate
30 Wei Jianjun 6.2 billion China automobiles
#4842221 at 2019-01-21 04:56:02 (UTC+1) Q Research General #6181: Super Wolf Lousy Indian Feckless Griffin Edition
China is still the world's No. 2 economy and is still the monster of emerging markets, but regardless of those bonafides, Xi Jinping's country is losing the trade war in nearly every way imaginable.
The arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou in Canada last month for breaking U.S. sanctions law, followed by the firing of Huawei sales executive Wang Weijing in Poland last week shows China can be a bad actor, exactly as Washington believes. The Poland story centers around spying allegations, where Wang allegedly sought trade secrets from the government. Huawei's latest bad headlines show how China tech companies may have risen to prominence by copying foreign technologies in joint venture deals or through white-collar criminal actions such as intellectual property theft and corporate espionage. Huawei is one of China's most important, private tech firms. It rivals Cisco Systems worldwide.
Thanks in part to Huawei, China is getting beat on the public relations front in the trade war.
Early in the trade war, China thought it get the Europeans as allies. They hate Trump, too. China failed to woo the EU.
The Shanghai Composite is down around 30% in the last 12 months. Only Turkey is doing worse.
#4737368 at 2019-01-13 15:52:59 (UTC+1) Q Research General #6045: Sunday Narrative Edition
Huawei Fires Employee Arrested in Poland on Spying Charges
BEIJING - The Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei has fired an employee who was arrested in Poland on charges of spying for the Chinese government, saying in a statement late Saturday that the worker had brought "disrepute" to the company.
Huawei said that the alleged actions that the employee, Wang Weijing, had been accused of had nothing to do with the company.
"In accordance with the terms and conditions of Huawei's labor contract, we have made this decision because the incident in question has brought Huawei into disrepute," a company spokesman, Joe Kelly, said.
The Polish authorities announced the arrests of Mr. Wang and a Polish telecommunications worker on Friday. That move came at a time of growing concern among the United States and its allies about Chinese technology suppliers, and after the December arrest in Canada of Huawei's chief financial officer and the daughter of the company's founder.
Europe has been an important market for Huawei. Largely shut out of the United States, the company has found many eager customers in Europe, both for its smartphones and for its telecommunications equipment.
As cellular providers around the world prepare to build networks using fifth-generation, or 5G, wireless technology, Huawei has tested new equipment with a number of major European carriers.
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#4732318 at 2019-01-13 03:38:21 (UTC+1) Q Research General #6039: Cohen's Father In Law Edition
Huawei to end Wang Weijing employment
Huawei announced on Saturday evening that it would terminate employment of Wang Weijing, who was detained in Poland on suspicion of spying, CCTV reported
#4724779 at 2019-01-12 16:30:41 (UTC+1) Q Research General #6029: Bakery BOOMs Edition
Huawei sacks staffer accused of spying in Poland
LONDON: Huawei Technologies says it has fired Wang Weijing, an employee arrested in Poland this week on suspicion of spying for the Chinese government, saying he disgraced the company.
"His alleged actions have no relation to the company," Huawei said on Saturday in an emailed statement. "The incident in question has brought Huawei into disrepute."
The employee was described as a Chinese citizen responsible for sales to public-sector clients, the Polish television news channel TVPInfo said on Friday. A former high-ranking official at Poland's Internal Security Agency, who worked at the mobile phone operator Orange Polska, also was detained. They will remain in custody for three months.
Huawei is facing increasing pressure across the European Union amid growing concerns that China could use the company's equipment for spying, something executives have denied. US President Donald Trump's administration has been pushing European allies to block Huawei from telecom networks amid a wider dispute over trade with China.