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r a long time in terms of its performance in global business; but a new oppo
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CBD-infused products can be bought on the internet, at gas stations, convenience stores, drugstore chains and retail stores.
Many of the products are vague about what exactly CBD is supposed to do, and the US Food and Drug Administration pro
hibits unproven health claims. Yet that doesn’t stop promises from proliferating on the internet, where arti
cles and testimonials suggest that CBD can effectively treat an array of ailments.
The deluge of CBD-infused products started after US President Donald Trump signed the Farm Bill into law in Dece
mber that legalized the production of hemp, which had been classified as a controlled substance on par with heroin. He
mp contains high levels of CBD, which is termed non-psychoactive, meaning it won’t produce a high feeling.
ased by international consultancy firm AT Kearney.
The report features the Global Cities Index and the Global Cities Outlook, revealing the world’s top-performing cities and those with the most potential.
The average Index scores of the original Chinese cities have grown three times faster than that of Nort
h American cities, and in the Outlook, the Chinese cities improved 3.4 times faster than European cities.
Beijing ranked ninth in the global cities index while Shanghai took the 19th spot. East China‘s Suzhou made it into the top 100 for the first time.
German carmaker Mercedes-Benz will recall 44,900 automobiles in China due to a tyre problem, according to China’s market regulator.
The recall, starting from Oct 25, was filed by Mercedes-Benz (China) Automotive Sales Co. and
Beijing Benz Automotive Co. It involves its imported and parts of domestically-produced cars manu
factured between April 20, 2016 and May 4, 2019, according to the State Administration for Market Regulation.
ch means even if Beijing does not take countermeasures equal in scale to Washington’s, the US economy will not be left unscathed.
Tariff hike will harm both China and US
The list of products subject to US tariff hike covers daily necessities, light industry and machinery, with the main targets
being agricultural and food products, and general manufacturing goods produced by light industries.
In terms of agricultural and food products, China is the third-largest supplier to the US, with processed fruits and
vegetables; fruit and vegetable juice; fast food and snacks; fresh vegetables and tea leaves being the main items.