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  1. GM lags industry rebound as Q2 sales fall BEIJING -- General Motors Co.'s vehicle sales in China dropped 5.3 percent between April and June, underperforming the industry average amid a recovery from the coronavirus fallout in the world's biggest auto market. China's light-vehicle sales, which include passenger and commercial vehicles, rose 4.4 percent in April and 15 percent in May, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers said, adding that it expects auto sales to grow 11 percent in June. GM, China's second-biggest foreign automaker after Volkswagen Group, delivered 713,600 vehicles in the country in the second quarter, the company said in a statement, after reporting a drop of 43 percent in sales in the first quarter, because of the pandemic. GM operates a Shanghai-based joint venture with SAIC Motor Corp. which makes Buick, Chevrolet and Cadillac vehicles. It has another venture, SGMW, with SAIC and Guangxi Automobile Group that produces no-frills minivans and has started making higher-end cars. Sales of GM's mass-market brand Buick rose 7.8 percent while Chevrolet dropped 28 percent in the latest quarter. Cadillac deliveries fell 12 percent, GM said in a statement on Friday. Sales at Wuling grew 9.7 percent, while Baojun volume tumbled 31 percent.
  2. Through the looking glass: South Korean 'augmented reality' mirror allows touchless cosmetics shopping SEOUL (Reuters) - An augmented reality (AR) mirror at the new Seoul flagship boutique of cosmetics powerhouse Amorepacific makes easy work of seeing if that scarlet shade of lipstick or long-lash mascara suits you - even if you’re wearing a face mask. The mirror takes a photograph of the customer’s face and analyses it, recommending products based on skin texture, and addressing any blemishes, wrinkles or dark circles. Customers can then see a computer-generated image of what they would look like wearing a wide range of foundations, blush, eye products and lipsticks. “Due to the coronavirus, it felt uncomfortable to test cosmetics after someone had used them,” said shopper Cho Yu-lim, 24, as she peered into the full-length mirror, which has “Find Your Makeup Look” written on it. “This is very convenient as I can see the actual colour on my face without even touching my face.” In addition to social distancing, South Korean government guidelines recommend shoppers try out cosmetics on the backs of their hands, not on their faces. “It was frustrating as I couldn’t try cosmetics on my face … but it was fun to find the product that suits me best through this AR device,” said 20-year-old student Song Da-hye after hours of testing products on her hands at other stores. South Korea has been praised how it has handled COVID-19, but Asia’s fourth-largest economy has experienced persistent outbreaks in recent weeks, mostly in the capital. To minimise human contact and limit the risk of virus spread, the shop has also put QR codes next to all products on display, so customers can check details with their mobile phones instead of talking to staff. “It took very little time and I didn’t need to talk to anyone before I made my purchases,” Cho said.
  3. Lionel Messi: Why Barcelona captain is becoming increasingly fed up at the Nou Camp Lionel Messi is fed up. According to the Spanish radio station Cadena Ser, the Barcelona captain has broken off contract talks after finally running out of patience with the club because of the constant rumours and allegations that he is one of the prime reasons for unrest around the Nou Camp. Messi is disillusioned with any number of things emanating from his life at Barcelona at the moment. He is fed up of being accused of running the club, fed up of people saying he hires and fires the coaches, fed up of claims he chooses who should be signed and who should play and fed up with the general direction of the club and the huge mistakes they have made in the transfer market. Enough is enough and now he has, according to the the radio station's programme El Larguero, told the club he will be leaving at the end of next season. What is behind this? How likely is it to happen? The whole story needs context. How Messi reached 700 career goals Why Setien was appointed Barcelona boss Claims have been made against Messi that he wanted the club to sign France forward Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid but now no longer wants him there. Untrue. On a personal level, Griezmann has joined Messi and Luis Suarez, along with their wives, for dinner and their relationship is good, even though Griezmann has yet to find his niche in the side. In any case, there is a conscious effort by both Messi and Suarez to help him adapt. Messi reached 700 goals for club and country with a Panenka penalty against Atletico Madrid in midweek On the managerial front he has been accused of having got former manager Tata Martino sacked and current manager Quique Setien hired because he liked his style of football. Not true. As the best paid and number one player at the club, rumours such as these come with the territory and it is indeed true that when any major decisions concerning the playing aspects of the club have to be taken then the star names are always consulted. Of course they are, it is not something specific to Barcelona, and to do otherwise would be negligent. But clearly there are problems to which finding solutions will be difficult. In particular president Josep Maria Bartomeu has made promises he has failed to keep. "We'll try to get Neymar back," he announced, knowing full well he had already agreed the signing of Griezmann. "We'll sack Ernesto Valverde in order to bring in Xavi," he said, but eventually both the club and the legendary midfielder decided they could not work together at that point. Since his last renewal, Messi has had a clause in his contract which permits him to leave at the end of the season. Even though he is happy in his familiar surroundings on a personal level - possibly as he has never been before - it keeps the board on its toes. He wants the team to compete, especially in Europe. And if he brings doubts about his future, it will force everyone to find a solution - namely, being clever in the market and bringing in good players. Negotiations for a contract renewal had been going well. But performances on the pitch have left the Argentine unhappy and the trust in Setien has been diminishing quickly from a big percentage of the squad. It all came to the fore after Saturday's 2-2 draw at Celta Vigo, which made the target of winning the league even harder. Big words were exchanged between Setien and some of the biggest names in the team. The manager, disappointed because he couldn't do many of the things he hoped to do when he first arrived, took a gamble. He told the players that things could not continue like that, and that if there was no change, they could easily get rid of him. Barcelona are second in La Liga, four points behind Real Madrid with five games to play It is not described as a resignation announcement, but a way to look for a response. The response came. Conversations took place between the captains and Setien, and also with Bartomeu, and bridges started being built again. Gerard Pique, one of the captains and a man who always has a nose for good timing, put a tweet out asking for unity among the club and its fans. But against that backdrop of lack of confidence in the board, at a time when the manager could be replaced, when players have to be signed, when a new contract has to be negotiated, Messi has flexed his muscles and everybody has heard his doubts, even though it has come via a radio station. There have of course been previous crossroads moments in the past when Messi has come close to leaving the club. In his early days when he was battling with Spanish bureaucracy and not yet an automatic starter at Barcelona, Inter Milan came close to signing him when they indicated they were in no way fazed by his 150m euros buyout clause and were prepared to triple his salary. The wise words of the then president, Joan Laporta, swung things. Messi, who never really wanted to go, stayed. The much-publicised tax evasion trials took an enormous toll on both him and his family and also left him close to wanting to leave not just Barcelona, but also Spain. But once everything had been sorted out and he returned to training, he decided to stay, although at that time he could have had the pick of any club in the world, not least Manchester City where Pep Guardiola was about to take over. And now has come a third crisis and with it a severe shot across the bows of a dithering board, accompanied by a clear message. After three draws, and despite starting the second phase of the league campaign in the right frame of mind, it soon became abundantly clear that, just as he had suspected earlier on in the campaign, this Barcelona side was not good enough to win the Champions League. Barcelona have been unable as yet to finalise a deal for the Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez, despite the fact he is precisely the type of player they need if they are to continue to compete at the top level. At the club they are optimistic that they can get him. Football will dictate if a new manager is needed and that might mean forgetting old foes and trying to approach Xavi again. Victor Font, a candidate to be club president in the upcoming elections in 2021, has made no secret of the fact the first thing he would do if elected is install Xavi as coach, whoever happens to be in charge at the time. Xavi would almost certainly prefer to take the job with him at the helm, but football being football, never say never. While the return of Xavi might see a welcome renewal of the Barcelona style for the team, we will have to see if the old captain will address the deep problems that run in the side, mostly the consequence of a very successful team and generation that is seeing its last days. Meanwhile Messi will watch it all with a vested interest.
  4. Coronavirus: Brazil's Bolsonaro waters down law requiring face masks Brazil's President, Jair Bolsonaro, has sanctioned a law making the use of masks in public obligatory during the coronavirus pandemic. However, he has vetoed their use in shops, churches and schools. In a social media broadcast, Mr Bolsonaro said people could have been fined for not wearing a mask at home. He has refused to acknowledge the gravity of Brazil's Covid-19 outbreak, despite it having the world's second-highest numbers of cases and deaths. The virus has infected almost 1.5 million people and killed 61,884 there since late February, according to data collated by Johns Hopkins University. BBC South America correspondent Katy Watson says Jair Bolsonaro has never cared much for masks - a health recommendation that has become highly politicised, as has much of the handling of the coronavirus crisis in Brazil. Even where mask use has been made obligatory not everyone has observed the rules, and enforcement is often pretty lax, our correspondent adds. The bill passed by the Chamber of Deputies included an article saying that masks had to be worn by people in "commercial and industrial establishments, religious temples, teaching premises and also closed places where people are gathering". On Friday, Mr Bolsonaro vetoed the article, arguing that it could lead to the violation of property rights. He also vetoed another requiring the distribution of masks to the poor. Congress has 30 days to overrule the vetoes by absolute majority vote. Last month, a judge ordered the president to wear a mask in public - something he has often refused to do. However, the order was later rescinded by another court. Mr Bolsonaro has insisted that quarantine and social distancing are not necessary to combat the coronavirus and will only damage the fragile Brazilian economy. On Thursday night, bars were allowed to open in Rio de Janeiro, where more than 6,600 people have died of Covid-19. Federal Congressman David Miranda posted a photograph showing dozens of people drinking on a street in the city's Leblon district without appearing to wear masks or observe social distancing. Skip Twitter post by @davidmirandario Tragédia anunciada: ontem no Leblon a Guarda Municipal teve que dispersar pelo menos 300 pessoas que bebiam sem máscara na calçada. A decisão de Crivella de escancarar as portas do comércio vai cobrar caro, mas os maiores prejudicados não serão os moradores da Delfim Moreira! pic.twitter.com/8niH76h5n5 — David Miranda (@davidmirandario) July 3, 2020 Report End of Twitter post by @davidmirandario "A tragedy foretold," he tweeted. "[Rio de Janeiro Mayor Marcelo] Crivella's decision to throw open the doors of business will come with a high cost." Mr Crivella's office told Reuters news agency that law enforcement personnel had asked several establishments to close on Thursday for allowing crowds to gather.
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  6. Vehicle sales rise for third straight month as pandemic eases BEIJING -- Vehicle sales advanced for a third straight month in China, signaling that an economic rebound is gathering pace as the coronavirus pandemic gradually abates in the country. Sales of passenger cars such as sedans and utility vehicles, as well as commercial vehicles, increased 11 percent in June from a year earlier to 2.28 million units, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers said Thursday in a statement, citing preliminary figures. From the preceding month, the increase was 4 percent. Customers in the world’s largest car market are slowly returning to showrooms as the government eases restrictions, adding to evidence that the auto slump in its third year may be easing. The pandemic exacerbated a decline in sales, with an economic slowdown, trade tensions with the U.S. and stricter emission standards further weighing on demand. The government added stimulus measures such as tax rebates to attract buyers, while automakers that shuttered operations amid the coronavirus outbreak now offer generous discounts. “The 11 percent growth in June estimated by CAAM should be largely driven by commercial vehicles,” said Shi Ji, an analyst with Haitong International Securities Co. in Hong Kong. “High inventory level industrywide and slower recovery for some brands could lead to widening discounts in the second half.” Global carmakers are spending billions of dollars to expand in China, and manufacturers such as Tesla Inc., General Motors and Volkswagen Group remain undeterred in their effort to tap the market’s long-term growth potential, including for electric vehicles. CAAM didn’t break out figures for commercial vehicles and passenger cars. Commercial vehicles such as light trucks have benefited from the economic recovery, which has boosted demand for deliveries. A manufacturing survey released this week points to continued improvement in both demand and supply in June. Chinese car associations are set to report the final tally for June later this month, including figures specifically for passenger cars. The year-earlier number in that category represents a tough goal to beat, as sales were boosted by heavy discounting by dealerships.
  7. Walmart stops selling ‘All Lives Matter’ t-shirts after social media backlash Prior to this, they had put out another statement pledging their support in the ongoing racism debate. (AP Photo/John Locher, File) Amid the racism controversy sparked in different parts of the country, US retailer Walmart has decided to discontinue selling “All Lives Matter” merchandise on their website after it came in for social media backlash. According to a report in The Guardian, the giant retailer stirred up controversy when it came to notice that Old Glory, a third party, was selling a number of $20 T-shirts through the Walmart website. This included “Blue Lives Matter”, ““Police Lives Matter”, Irish Lives Matter”, “Homeless Lives Matter”, “Drunk Lives Matter” and “All Lives Matter”. Walmart Canada faces backlash over sale of ‘All Lives Matter’ T-shirt https://t.co/5AFyvwjyoa pic.twitter.com/bDcf6HJs8W — CP24 (@CP24) June 23, 2020 Post the social media heat, the company had initially announced a through investigation. However, later taking into consideration everything that was unfolding, they announced they would discontinue sales of the items. “We fundamentally do believe that all lives do matter and every individual deserves respect. However, as we listened, we came to understand that the way some, but not all, people are using the phrase ‘All Lives Matter’ in the current environment intentionally minimised the focus on the painful reality of racial inequality,” the company informed in a statement. Prior to this, they had put out another statement pledging their support in the ongoing debate. “We know it takes more than talk. It takes action. We are taking steps to address racism head-on and accelerate change, including Walmart and the Walmart Foundation committing $100 million over five years so we can move forward, together,” they had written. We know it takes more than talk. It takes action. We are taking steps to address racism head-on and accelerate change, including Walmart and the Walmart Foundation committing $100 million over five years so we can move forward, together. pic.twitter.com/PKrPvkwnWP — Walmart (@Walmart) June 5, 2020
  8. NBA: JR Smith reunited with LeBron James at LA Lakers for rest of season Free agent guard JR Smith has been reunited with LeBron James at the LA Lakers for the rest of the season. Smith, 34, and James, 35, were NBA champions with Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016. NBA teams will travel to Orlando to begin training camps from 7 July before the season restarts at Disney World on 30 July. "This guy is a big-time player," Lakers coach Frank Vogel said. "He's proven it over the course of his career." Smith has not played in the NBA since leaving the Cavaliers in November 2018. His last full season was in 2017-18 when the team lost to the Golden State Warriors in the NBA finals, which was also James' last season before joining the Lakers. In game one of that series, Smith famously lost track of the score and ran down the clock instead of attempting a game-winning shot, with the Cavaliers losing in overtime.
  9. Hong Kong: US passes sanctions as nations condemn new law The US House of Representatives has approved new Hong Kong-related sanctions, after Beijing imposed a security law that was condemned by countries around the world. The measure, which was passed unanimously, penalises banks that do business with Chinese officials. It will have to be approved by the Senate before going to President Trump. Critics say China's law ends freedoms that were guaranteed for 50 years when British rule ended in 1997. "The law is a brutal, sweeping crackdown against the people of Hong Kong, intended to destroy the freedoms they were promised," said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the passing of the law was a "clear and serious breach" of the 1985 Sino-British joint declaration. Why people are scared of Hong Kong's new law Under this declaration, Hong Kong was handed back to China in 1997, with certain freedoms guaranteed for at least 50 years under the "one country, two systems" agreement. The UK has offered residency, and then citizenship, to up to three million Hong Kongers. But on Thursday China threatened "corresponding measures" to block the citizenship plan. "If the British side makes unilateral changes to the relevant practice, it will breach its own position and pledges, as well as international law and basic norms," said the Chinese Embassy in the UK. Meanwhile, a 24-year-old man from Hong Kong - suspected of stabbing a police officer during Wednesday's protests - has been arrested on a plane while trying to flee to London. The suspect, known only as Mr Wong, was detained on the plane moments before it set off. UK asylum for ex-consulate worker 'tortured in China' China said the security law was necessary to stop the type of protests seen in Hong Kong during much of 2019. And despite condemnation in the West, more than 50 countries, led by Cuba, supported China at the UN this week. What does the US law say? The Hong Kong Autonomy Act imposes sanctions on banks that do business with Chinese officials who are involved in cracking down on pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. Ms Pelosi said the law was an "urgently needed response to [China's passing] of its so-called 'national security' law... which is purpose built to dismantle democratic freedoms in Hong Kong". What if the US removes Hong Kong's special status? US imposes visa restrictions on Chinese officials Before the bill was signed, the US had already begun eliminating Hong Kong's special status - halting defence exports and restricting the territory's access to high-technology products. Last year, the US also signed into law the Human Rights and Democracy Act, supporting pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. What have other countries said? The UK said it would offer up to three million Hong Kong residents the chance to settle there and ultimately apply for full British citizenship. Australia is also "actively considering" offering safe haven to Hong Kong residents - with Prime Minister Scott Morrison saying there were proposals that will "soon be considered by cabinet". Meanwhile a senior Taiwanese official said its citizens should now avoid unnecessary transits through or visits to Hong Kong. Chiu Chui-Cheng, deputy head of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council, said the new security law was "the most outrageous in history". Taiwan's de facto consulate in Hong Kong would continue to operate, he said. Japan was among the other countries that spoke out against the law, calling it "regrettable". "It will undermine trust for the principle of 'one country, two systems'," said Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi. European Council President Charles Michel said it "deplored" the law, which he said had a "detrimental effect on the independence of the judiciary and rule of law". And Canada changed its travel advice to Hong Kong, saying the new law "increased the risk of arbitrary detention on national security grounds and possible extradition to mainland China". Yesterday, a senior Chinese official hit back at foreign critics, saying Hong Kong's affairs were "none of your business". Have all countries been critical? No. At the United Nations this week, Cuba - on behalf of 53 countries - welcomed the law. Speaking at the 44th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, it said: "Non-interference in internal affairs of sovereign states is an essential principle enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations. "We believe every country has the right to safeguard its national security through legislation, and commend relevant steps taken for this purpose." How has the new law been used so far? Just hours after the law was passed, Hong Kong police made their first arrests. Ten people were accused of violating the new law, including a man with a pro-independence flag. About 360 others were detained at a banned rally. Under the new law, inciting hatred of China's central government and Hong Kong's regional government are offences. Acts including damaging public transport facilities - which often happened during the 2019 protests - can be considered terrorism.
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