Mexican Coca-Cola workers along US border on strike over wages

In Mexico, as the country’s president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador begins to turn campaign promises into law, the regions where he’s implementing policy are finding that ideology and reality take time and effort to match.CGTN’s Alasdair Baverstock reports from the U.S. border with Mexico.

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LEGO plans to build on its success in China

Danish toymaker LEGO has opened a new flagship store in Beijing, and the company plans to double its presence in China this year. The company sees the country’s growing affluence as a good opportunity amid the growing gloom in the industry.

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Cubans to vote on new constitution

More than eight million Cubans are expected to go to the polls this Sunday, to vote on a new constitution for the first time since 1976. That could reshape the country’s economic, social and political future.

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China accuses US of trying to block its tech development

The United States has not, however, released evidence to support its accusations that Huawei and other Chinese tech companies allow the Chinese government to spy through their systems. That has prompted some industry analysts to suggest Washington is trying to use security concerns to handicap Chinese competitors.

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