US-China Trade Deal

Chinese Vignettes—China, India should be partners, not rivals, says Chinese FM

On Monday, during a press conference, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that the two neighbours, who have been at odds, should be 'partners of mutual success, instead of adversaries of mutual…

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Opinion | What is Beijing really up to?

China is present in 39 African countries. It has rolled out billions of dollars in loans as part of its  Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) which analysts say has many suspicious clauses. Critics have…

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Won't tolerate Taiwan's independence, says China

Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi's comments come as Taiwan deployed the fourth-generation F-16V advanced fighter jets from the US as President Tsai said it…

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US, China trade Taiwan warnings ahead of Biden-Xi summit

China has ramped up military activities near Taiwan in recent years, with a record number of planes intruding into the island's air defense identification zone in early October

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US, China chief trade negotiators hold 'candid exchange'

This was the second consultation between the chief trade negotiators from the world's two biggest economies after relations were damaged under former US president Donald Trump

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Businesses push US President Joe Biden to develop China trade policy

US import duties still exist on roughly $360 billion worth of Chinese goods, and almost all of the exemptions that shielded more than 2,000 products from those tariffs have expired

via The New York Times
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'Hog hotel': 10,000 pigs kept in high-security building in China to keep out swine flu, other viruses

The African swine fever virus continues to be a concern, with 11 instances documented so far in 2021, forcing the slaughter of almost 2,000 pigs, according to China's agricultural ministry in July…

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We will use nuclear bombs continuously: China to Japan over interference in Taiwan 

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has threatened Japan with “nuclear response” and “full-scale war” if the island nation interfered with Beijing’s interests in Taiwan.

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US media outlets received millions of dollars from China to sell its propaganda: Report

China's propaganda outlet China Daily paid millions to prominent US newspapers and magazines in the last six months to buy media influence, an independent analyst reported citing documents filed…

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COVID-19: China needs to be held accountable for the Wuhan lab leak and cover-up, says Pompeo

China is coming under increasing pressure over probe into the origins of the COVID-19, even as scientists are demanding more clarity to go into the roots of the global pandemic.

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Chinese apps like TikTok, WeChat could face subpoenas or bans under Biden order: Report 

The goal is to keep foreign adversaries like China and Russia from gaining access to large amounts of personal and proprietary business information. 

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US needs to fight against harmful influence of China on UN: Official

Thomas-Greenfield said Washington paying its UN dues was a first step to countering China's growing UN influence, even as Washington pushes for reforms at the 75-year organisation. Beijing has…

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Biden order bans investment in dozens of Chinese defence, tech firms

The move, which his administration says expands the scope of a legally flawed Trump-era order, drew anger from Beijing

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Joe Biden blacklists 28 more Chinese firms to investors, says White House

The move increased the Donald Trump era blacklist of 31 firms to 59 as US President Joe Biden blacklisted an additional 28 Chinese firms linked to Beijing's "military-industrial complex".

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Top China, US trade officials hold 'candid' first talks

A short statement from the Office of the US Trade Representative confirmed the 'introductory virtual meeting' between Tai and He.

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Pandemic effect: US economy set to outpace China first time since 1976

China's growth has been hampered with the Xi regime sticking to the "Covid zero" policy with authorities locking down cities with only a few virus cases.

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Chinese Vignettes—China, India should be partners, not rivals, says Chinese FM

On Monday, during a press conference, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that the two neighbours, who have been at odds, should be 'partners of mutual success, instead of adversaries of mutual…

Read Article

Opinion | What is Beijing really up to?

China is present in 39 African countries. It has rolled out billions of dollars in loans as part of its  Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) which analysts say has many suspicious clauses. Critics have…

Read Article

Won't tolerate Taiwan's independence, says China

Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi's comments come as Taiwan deployed the fourth-generation F-16V advanced fighter jets from the US as President Tsai said it…

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US, China trade Taiwan warnings ahead of Biden-Xi summit

China has ramped up military activities near Taiwan in recent years, with a record number of planes intruding into the island's air defense identification zone in early October

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US, China chief trade negotiators hold 'candid exchange'

This was the second consultation between the chief trade negotiators from the world's two biggest economies after relations were damaged under former US president Donald Trump

Read Article

Businesses push US President Joe Biden to develop China trade policy

US import duties still exist on roughly $360 billion worth of Chinese goods, and almost all of the exemptions that shielded more than 2,000 products from those tariffs have expired

via The New York Times
Read Article

'Hog hotel': 10,000 pigs kept in high-security building in China to keep out swine flu, other viruses

The African swine fever virus continues to be a concern, with 11 instances documented so far in 2021, forcing the slaughter of almost 2,000 pigs, according to China's agricultural ministry in July…

Read Article

We will use nuclear bombs continuously: China to Japan over interference in Taiwan 

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has threatened Japan with “nuclear response” and “full-scale war” if the island nation interfered with Beijing’s interests in Taiwan.

Read Article

US media outlets received millions of dollars from China to sell its propaganda: Report

China's propaganda outlet China Daily paid millions to prominent US newspapers and magazines in the last six months to buy media influence, an independent analyst reported citing documents filed…

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COVID-19: China needs to be held accountable for the Wuhan lab leak and cover-up, says Pompeo

China is coming under increasing pressure over probe into the origins of the COVID-19, even as scientists are demanding more clarity to go into the roots of the global pandemic.

Read Article

Chinese apps like TikTok, WeChat could face subpoenas or bans under Biden order: Report 

The goal is to keep foreign adversaries like China and Russia from gaining access to large amounts of personal and proprietary business information. 

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US needs to fight against harmful influence of China on UN: Official

Thomas-Greenfield said Washington paying its UN dues was a first step to countering China's growing UN influence, even as Washington pushes for reforms at the 75-year organisation. Beijing has…

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Biden order bans investment in dozens of Chinese defence, tech firms

The move, which his administration says expands the scope of a legally flawed Trump-era order, drew anger from Beijing

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Joe Biden blacklists 28 more Chinese firms to investors, says White House

The move increased the Donald Trump era blacklist of 31 firms to 59 as US President Joe Biden blacklisted an additional 28 Chinese firms linked to Beijing's "military-industrial complex".

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Top China, US trade officials hold 'candid' first talks

A short statement from the Office of the US Trade Representative confirmed the 'introductory virtual meeting' between Tai and He.

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'US will not hesitate to call out China's coercive trade practices'

In January 2020, China had agreed to buy at least USD 200 billion more in US goods and services over two years on top of its purchases in 2017. The Phase One deal was struck by former President…

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US Senate committee approves China strategic competition bill; backs enhanced security ties with India

The bill bolsters the United States diplomatic strategy in addressing challenges posed by the Chinese government and reaffirms America's commitment to its allies and partners in the Indo-Pacific…

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China vows 'necessary measures' after US blacklists its supercomputing entities

The US Commerce Department said on Thursday it was adding seven Chinese supercomputing entities to a US economic blacklist for assisting Chinese military efforts

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Pandemic effect: US economy set to outpace China first time since 1976

China's growth has been hampered with the Xi regime sticking to the "Covid zero" policy with authorities locking down cities with only a few virus cases.

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Chinese Vignettes—China, India should be partners, not rivals, says Chinese FM

On Monday, during a press conference, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that the two neighbours, who have been at odds, should be 'partners of mutual success, instead of adversaries of mutual…

Read Article

Opinion | What is Beijing really up to?

China is present in 39 African countries. It has rolled out billions of dollars in loans as part of its  Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) which analysts say has many suspicious clauses. Critics have…

Read Article

Won't tolerate Taiwan's independence, says China

Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi's comments come as Taiwan deployed the fourth-generation F-16V advanced fighter jets from the US as President Tsai said it…

Read Article

US, China trade Taiwan warnings ahead of Biden-Xi summit

China has ramped up military activities near Taiwan in recent years, with a record number of planes intruding into the island's air defense identification zone in early October

Read Article

US, China chief trade negotiators hold 'candid exchange'

This was the second consultation between the chief trade negotiators from the world's two biggest economies after relations were damaged under former US president Donald Trump

Read Article

Businesses push US President Joe Biden to develop China trade policy

US import duties still exist on roughly $360 billion worth of Chinese goods, and almost all of the exemptions that shielded more than 2,000 products from those tariffs have expired

via The New York Times
Read Article

'Hog hotel': 10,000 pigs kept in high-security building in China to keep out swine flu, other viruses

The African swine fever virus continues to be a concern, with 11 instances documented so far in 2021, forcing the slaughter of almost 2,000 pigs, according to China's agricultural ministry in July…

Read Article

We will use nuclear bombs continuously: China to Japan over interference in Taiwan 

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has threatened Japan with “nuclear response” and “full-scale war” if the island nation interfered with Beijing’s interests in Taiwan.

Read Article

US media outlets received millions of dollars from China to sell its propaganda: Report

China's propaganda outlet China Daily paid millions to prominent US newspapers and magazines in the last six months to buy media influence, an independent analyst reported citing documents filed…

Read Article

COVID-19: China needs to be held accountable for the Wuhan lab leak and cover-up, says Pompeo

China is coming under increasing pressure over probe into the origins of the COVID-19, even as scientists are demanding more clarity to go into the roots of the global pandemic.

Read Article

Chinese apps like TikTok, WeChat could face subpoenas or bans under Biden order: Report 

The goal is to keep foreign adversaries like China and Russia from gaining access to large amounts of personal and proprietary business information. 

Read Article

US needs to fight against harmful influence of China on UN: Official

Thomas-Greenfield said Washington paying its UN dues was a first step to countering China's growing UN influence, even as Washington pushes for reforms at the 75-year organisation. Beijing has…

Read Article

Biden order bans investment in dozens of Chinese defence, tech firms

The move, which his administration says expands the scope of a legally flawed Trump-era order, drew anger from Beijing

Read Article

Joe Biden blacklists 28 more Chinese firms to investors, says White House

The move increased the Donald Trump era blacklist of 31 firms to 59 as US President Joe Biden blacklisted an additional 28 Chinese firms linked to Beijing's "military-industrial complex".

Read Article

Top China, US trade officials hold 'candid' first talks

A short statement from the Office of the US Trade Representative confirmed the 'introductory virtual meeting' between Tai and He.

Read Article

'US will not hesitate to call out China's coercive trade practices'

In January 2020, China had agreed to buy at least USD 200 billion more in US goods and services over two years on top of its purchases in 2017. The Phase One deal was struck by former President…

Read Article

US Senate committee approves China strategic competition bill; backs enhanced security ties with India

The bill bolsters the United States diplomatic strategy in addressing challenges posed by the Chinese government and reaffirms America's commitment to its allies and partners in the Indo-Pacific…

Read Article

China vows 'necessary measures' after US blacklists its supercomputing entities

The US Commerce Department said on Thursday it was adding seven Chinese supercomputing entities to a US economic blacklist for assisting Chinese military efforts

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