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Senior officials of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government opposed and condemned on Sunday the so-called U.S. sanctions against heads of Chinese government agencies responsible for Hong Kong affairs and officials of the HKSAR.Chief Secretary for Administration of the HKSAR government Matthew Cheung said in his blog on Sunday that the HKSAR government will not be intimidated and will fully support the central government in taking countermeasures.Hong Kong affairs are China's internal affairs and foreign interference will never be allowed, Cheung said.Cheung condemned the United States for disclosing the personal information of related officials, which not only infringed upon privacy and threatened personal safety but also violated international laws and basic norms governing international relations.Financial Secretary of the HKSAR government Paul Chan said in an online article that the so-called sanctions exposed the hegemonic and bullying mindset of the United States and stressed that there is no room for compromise in safeguarding national security.After suffering from prolonged violence and separatism last year, Hong Kong was able to stabilize quickly in recent months thanks to the national security law enacted by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, Chan said.However, while claiming to respect human rights, democracy and freedom, the United States imposed the so-called sanctions on the pretext of the law and doxxed related officials by publishing their personal information, including identity numbers and addresses.Chan dismissed concerns about the so-called sanctions and said with the solid support of the country, Hong Kong will be stronger and more competitive.Under "one country, two systems," Hong Kong's advantages will certainly continue to remain and Hong Kong will make great progress in the process of joining the national development, Chan said.Cheung, the chief secretary for administration, said Hong Kong's unique advantages are not a gift from western countries and the so-called sanctions will not contain Hong Kong's long-term prosperity.As long as the COVID-19 epidemic is controlled, Hong Kong's society and economy will return normal and Hong Kong's future will still be full of opportunities, Cheung said. EnditemSenior officials of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government opposed and condemned on Sunday the so-called U.S. sanctions against heads of Chinese government agencies responsible for Hong Kong affairs and officials of the HKSAR.Chief Secretary for Administration of the HKSAR government Matthew Cheung said in his blog on Sunday that the HKSAR government will not be intimid

  Senior officials of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government opposed and condemned on Sunday the so-called U.S. sanctions against heads of Chinese government agencies responsible for Hong Kong affairs and officials of the HKSAR.Chief Secretary for Administration of the HKSAR government Matthew Cheung said in his blog on Sunday that the HKSAR government will not be intimidated and will fully support the central government in taking countermeasures.Hong Kong affairs are China's internal affairs and foreign interference will never be allowed, Cheung said.Cheung condemned the United States for disclosing the personal information of related officials, which not only infringed upon privacy and threatened personal safety but also violated international laws and basic norms governing international relations.Financial Secretary of the HKSAR government Paul Chan said in an online article that the so-called sanctions exposed the hegemonic and bullying mindset of the United States and stressed that there is no room for compromise in safeguarding national security.After suffering from prolonged violence and separatism last year, Hong Kong was able to stabilize quickly in recent months thanks to the national security law enacted by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, Chan said.However, while claiming to respect human rights, democracy and freedom, the United States imposed the so-called sanctions on the pretext of the law and doxxed related officials by publishing their personal information, including identity numbers and addresses.Chan dismissed concerns about the so-called sanctions and said with the solid support of the country, Hong Kong will be stronger and more competitive.Under "one country, two systems," Hong Kong's advantages will certainly continue to remain and Hong Kong will make great progress in the process of joining the national development, Chan said.Cheung, the chief secretary for administration, said Hong Kong's unique advantages are not a gift from western countries and the so-called sanctions will not contain Hong Kong's long-term prosperity.As long as the COVID-19 epidemic is controlled, Hong Kong's society and economy will return normal and Hong Kong's future will still be full of opportunities, Cheung said. EnditemSenior officials of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government opposed and condemned on Sunday the so-called U.S. sanctions against heads of Chinese government agencies responsible for Hong Kong affairs and officials of the HKSAR.Chief Secretary for Administration of the HKSAR government Matthew Cheung said in his blog on Sunday that the HKSAR government will not be intimid  ction in disease transmissibility, the epidemic would progress slowly without peaking in the first half of 2020.The application of this model can help city authorities make decisions on optimal COVID-19 control policy. Besides, by balancing the potential damage inflicted by COVID-19 with economic and social costs, society can benefit the most.The researchers, however, admitted their limitations. F

  Daily reported.Cities and areas covered by the plan are Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Chongqing, Hainan province, Dalian, Xiamen, Qingdao, Shenzhen, Shijiazhuang, Changchun, Harbin, Nanjing, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Hefei, Jinan, Weihai, Wuhan, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Guiyang, Kunming, Xi'an, Urumqi, Xiong'an New Area in Hebei province, Guian New Area in Guizhou province and Xixian New Area in Shaanxi province  

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Visitors look at descriptions of AI chips developed by Huawei and Qualcomm during an AI conference in Shanghai. [Photo by Long Wei/For China Daily]Qualcomm Inc's lobbying efforts to get US government approval to sell chips for Huawei's 5G phones show that no company is willing to sacrifice a huge market for political reasons and achieving win-win outcomes is the best solution, industry experts said on Tuesday."Qualcomm's move clearly indicates that imposing restrictions on a slew of Chinese tech companies, including Huawei Technologies Co, will bring no benefits for US counterparts, except for sharp revenue losses," said Wang Peng, an associate professor at the Hillhouse Academy of the Renmin University of China."Businesses across the world will not sacrifice cooperation and winwin results for the sake of biased political reasons," he said.The comments came after The Wall Street Journal reported that Qualcomm is lobbying the US government to revoke restrictions on sale of components. The US restrictions have virtually handed Qualcomm's foreign competitors a market that is worth as much as $8 billion annually, they said."If Qualcomm is subject to export licensing, but its foreign competitors are not, the US government policy will cause a rapid shift in the 5G chipset market share in China and beyond," the US company said.Industry experts said that the so-called foreign competitors are MediaTek and South Korea's Samsung. Under the US restrictions, Huawei is reported to have signed a letter of intent for sourcing 120 million chipsets from MediaTek, which according to some industry insiders, will help MediaTek surpass Qualcomm in chipset sales in terms of market share.Daniel Jiang Han, senior researcher from market consultancy Pangoal, said that it is not easy for many key electronic component manufacturers to leave the Chinese market, as it is one of the largest manufacturing powerhouses in the world with a complete industry chain."For Qualcomm, it makes good business sense to continue shipments to Huawei, as it already has a long-term licensing agreement with Huawei," he said.In July, Qualcomm said it has settled a patent dispute with Huawei, under which the latter will pay it $1.8 billion in back royalties owed for 2019 and for the first six months of this year under a new global patent license agreement.The US government put Huawei in an "Entity List" in May 2019 and said US firms are required to obtain a license before exporting domestically produced chips and software. In May this year, Washington expanded these rules by requiring contract chip producers anywhere in the world that use US semiconductor equipment and technology to obtain its approval before producing chips designed by Huawei's subsidiary HiSilicon.Speaking at a conference earlier this month, Richard Yu, president of Huawei's consumer unit, termed the halt on production of Huawei-designed Kirin premium chips as a very big loss and said 2020 may be the last year for the Kirin high-end chips due to US sanctions.Canalys said Huawei is still subject to US government restrictions, which have affected its business outside of the Chinese mainland. Its overseas shipments fell by 27 percent from April to June this year.However, the company continued to dominate the domestic market and boosted its Chinese shipments by 8 percent in the second quarter. Huawei currently sells over 70 percent of its smartphones in the Chinese mainland."There is a huge gap between Chinese chipset and other key electronics manufacturers and world-leading companies in terms of technologies. But it does not mean that the country cannot move into the fast lane," said Wang from the Renmin University of China."With more orders moving to local companies, Chinese firms in the field will gather more attention and investment, which they will further leverage for the research and development of core technologies," he said.Visitors look at descriptions of AI chips developed by Huawei and Qualcomm during an AI conference in Shanghai. [Photo by Long Wei/For China Daily]Qualcomm Inc's lobbying efforts to get US government approval to sell chips for Huawei's 5G phones show that no company is willing to sacrifice a huge market for political reasons and achieving win-win outcomes is the best solution, industry experts sai

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