12 December 2019

China

China to start exporting domestically-made Volvos to US

KONFRONTASI - China is to start exporting domestically-manufactured Volvo sedans to the United States for the first time ever, the company has announced.

Volvo Car Group’s president and chief executive officer, Hakan Samuelson, made the announcement at the Detroit auto show on Monday.

Samuelson said the shipping of a new S60 model, manufactured in China, to the US will start in mid-2015.

Volvo was purchased by China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. in 2010.

Strategi pertahanan China dan Kekhawatiran Tetangga Asia

KONFRONTASI- Tahun 2015 ini merupakan tahun lanjutan yang membangkitkan kesadaran Jepang, Filipina dan Vietnam, bahwa mereka harus menghadapi pergerakan Tiongkok untuk menguasai kendali secara hukum dan strategis sepenuhnya atas Laut Tiongkok Selatan, salah satu urat nadi perdagangan terbesar di dunia.

AS dan RRC Saling Bersaing Sengit dari Sisi Ekonomi, Politik sampai Militer

KONFRONTASI- AS  dan RRC saling bersaing  sengit meski  mengklaim saling bersahabat. 

China Fumes After Taiwan's Flag-Raising in Washington

KONFRONTASI-China has protested to the United States after Taiwan's de facto embassy in Washington hoisted a Taiwanese flag on New Year's Day, and urged the United States to respect the "One China" policy, the foreign ministry said on Monday.

The U.S. State Department said it had not been notified in advance of the ceremony and that it was inconsistent with U.S. policy.

Ratusan Ribu Mobil China Alami Kerusakan Pompa Bensin

KONFRONTASI-Lebih dari 300.000 unit mobil yang dipasarkan oleh enam pabrikan lokal China tersandung masalah. Seluruhnya diduga mengalami kerusakan pada pompa bensin (fuel pump) yang berakibat kebocoran.

Kesimpulan ini disampaikan Lembaga Pengawas China, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine dalam situs resminya, dilansir Reuters (2/1/2015). Keenam produsen ini sama-sama menggunakan pasokan komponen dari United Automotive Electronic Systems Company Limited.

China blocks Google email service

KONFRONTASI-China has blocked access to Gmail, Google's email service, the founder of a Beijing-based firm says.

The world's biggest email service has been largely inaccessible inside China. Users, however, could still access the service by using third-party mail applications, rather than the webpage.

"But they have blocked those ways of accessing," said Jeremy Goldkorn, founder and director of Danwei, a company that tracks Chinese media and the Internet, on Monday, adding, "I think this is pretty confirmed. It is now already four, five days, so this is real."

China's antitrust regulator says Qualcomm case to be settled soon

(Reuters) - The Chinese government said on Friday that it will soon settle its antitrust investigation of U.S. mobile chipmakerQualcomm Inc.The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country's anti-monopoly regulator which launched a probe of the San Diego-based company 13 months ago, said the case would be settled lawfully, according to an online statement.The notice cited Xu Kunlin, director general of NDRC's anti-monopoly bureau.

Geopolitik Asia: Perspektif Baru

DALAM kurun lima tahun mendatang, kita tidak akan melihat ”kebangkitan Tiongkok yang damai” seperti pada awal abad ke-21. Selama lebih dari 35 tahun pengembangan teknologi dan 20 tahun peningkatan anggaran belanja pertahanan, kemampuan modernisasi maritim Tiongkok mulai menunjukkan perpecahan geopolitik Asia, memicu secara cepat persaingan yang disebut Tiongkok sebagai guojian xinxing daguo guanxi (bentuk baru hubungan negara-negara besa

US pressuring China, Russia over North Korea

KONFRONTASI - The United States is exerting pressure on Russia and China over what Washington describes as a cyberattack on Sony Pictures by North Korea, said Ed Royce, the chairman of the House Foreign Relations Committee.

The US has demanded compensation from North Korea over its alleged cyberattack as the tensions between the two countries are growing.

US uses North Korea to put pressure on China: Analyst

KONFRONTASI - A political commentator has suggested that the United States is trying to put pressure on China through making allegations against North Korea.

In an interview with Press TV on Tuesday, Eric Draitser, the founder of StopImperialism.com, said, “North Korea is an issue” for Washington.

“North Korea is one way that the United States is able to turn up the pressure on China,” Draitser added.

President Barack Obama blames Pyongyang for a cyberattack on the US-based Sony Pictures Entertainment company that took place in November.

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