The Chinese company Semcorp is investing more than 65 billion forints (€185 million) in Debrecen, making one of the largest investments of the year in Hungary, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó announced. He said that as part of the investment, Semcorp would establish a separator film plant for lithium-ion batteries by the […]
Brussels turns a blind eye to democratic values when it comes to its trade agreement with China but spares no criticism for democracies in Hungary and Poland, writes Małgorzata Wołczyk for Polish news portal Dorzeczy.pl
Poland and the whole of Europe needs digital independence, not only from threats coming from China, but also from the US. The global intrigue around 5G is explained by Bartosz Paszcza in a Klub Jagielloński video.
The European Union will benefit from the US and China’s trade war, claims director at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). The export to the EU is estimated to gain 70 bln USD in trade.
Following the recent scandal surrounding Chinese spies in Poland, Jerzy Targalski urged the government to do away with Chinese devices. “When it comes to government institutions, they should not use Kaspersky or Huawei products,” Targalski argued.
In light of the upcoming Middle East conference and the detention of Huawei Poland’s director, it is clear that Poland has become a battleground between two political blocks. Błażej Sajduk explains the consequences of Poland’s rapprochement with Washington.
“Poland is bound to be a loser if it follows the US in taking on Huawei,” claims Chinese government daily Global Times. The publication concerns the apprehension of a Chinese Huawei employee accused of espionage who was arrested in Warsaw last week.
The USA’s increasing engagement in Europe is due to the rising activity of their political opponents. Dr. Krzysztof Winkler analyses how an American base in Poland is part of the US’ attempt to hinder the broadening of Russia and China’s spheres of influence.
In a special session, the Czech government is to debate the report in which the Czech Security Information Service (BIS) warns that Russia and China are the biggest threats to the Czech Republic. The report also contains information about Muslim activities in the Czech Republic.
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