The U.S.-China tariff disputes are having a negative impact on businesses of American companies in China, according to a survey jointly conducted by AmCham China and AmCham Shanghai. The U.S. increased additional tariffs on 200 billion U.S.
Some U.S. politicians have found a new excuse to justify their country's series of damaging moves against China: a clash of civilizations.
ARM Holdings, the designer of the underlying architecture of basically all smartphone cores, has paused its partnership with Huawei, the world's second largest phone maker.
Since the beginning of 2018, the United States, carrying the flag of "America First," has been enthusiastic about wielding the tariff stick against its trade partners including Mexico, Canada, the European Union (EU), Japan and China.
With the use of state power, Washington's groundless crackdown on Chinese private company Huawei is typical economic bullying, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi told reporters here Wednesday.
China urges the United States to provide a fair and non-discriminatory environment for Chinese enterprises, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said at a daily news conference on Wednesday.
A recent commentary on Fox Business Network – which is part of the No. 1 news channel in America and the most influential cheerleader of White House policies –unsurprisingly embraced the U.S. government's "economic war" with China.
President Donald Trump said that any deal could not be "50-50" between China and the U.S., and it had to be more in favor of the United States because of past trade practices by China.
The United States' protectionist policies are undermining international trading rules and norms, Cambodian analysts have said.Joseph Matthews, a senior professor at the Beltei International University in Phnom Penh, said the Washington-initiated trade war currently poses the biggest threat to the global economy.
"There are hundreds and hundreds of other beverage companies and chocolate companies, candies, cakes, and all of those companies (in China) are producing their products using a lot of sugar or a lot of high fructose corn syrup."
Both China and the United States have a large-scale health industry, and they have complementary strength in fields like innovation and product manufacturing, said Zhao.
China has always believed in politeness and courtesy since ancient times. Our traditions say courtesy demand reciprocity, and we try fair means before resorting to force.
China makes important contributions to world civilization and the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations this week in Beijing will promote exchanges among civilizations, said Phinij Jarusombat, former Thai deputy prime minister and the president of the Thai-Chinese Cultural & Relationship Council.
China-U.S. trade negotiations are not a one-way street and should be based on equality, said Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Monday when meeting with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in Sochi.
Despite a respectable haul of gold, China's performances over the past international winter sports season has been deemed "unsatisfying" by Gou Zhongwen, director of the General Administration of Sport of China, who is calling for greater efforts to be made ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics.
China has decided to impose tariffs of 25 percent, 20 percent and 10 percent on certain U.S. products starting June 1, announced the Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council in a statement issued Monday.
The upcoming Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations (CDAC) "is very much necessary" as it helps in understanding each other's cultural and civilizational diversities and brings all closer to each other, an India scholar has said.
China's economic strategy will focus on creating a highly competitive domestic market, high-value goods, high wages A view of of Sanya bay in Hainan province, Jan 31, 2019.
Against the backdrop of Washington's intensifying containment of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, rational voices are becoming increasingly heard in the West.
As Beijing and Washington are engaged in intensive efforts to iron out their trade disputes, a U.S. policy-planning official renewed the controversial "clash of civilizations" idea in formulating China policy, igniting hash rebukes and criticism from home and abroad.
Participants in the Belt and Road Initiative have a growing desire to get as many of the Belt and Road projects done in the private sector as possible. Alan S. MacDonald, vice-chairman of Citibank, is one such participant.
The devastating impact of human activity will lead to the extinction of more than 1 million plant and animal species, many within decades, said a United Nations assessment report released in Paris on Monday.
Avengers: Endgame, the 22nd film of Marvel Cinematic Universe, has made more than $2 billion globally with over $576 million, nearly a third of the total, being contributed by the Chinese market.
When China and the United States are inching ever closer to reaching a trade deal, the U.S. side suddenly announced to raise import taxes on Chinese products. The U.S.
Liu Hongyou, a famous calligrapher as well as president of the federation of the Chinese community in Japan, said the upcoming Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations will build a platform for the exchange of civilizations, enriching the cultural confidence of the Asian people.
Yet what makes the otherwise warm story take on a different complexion in some people's eyes is that it has been revealed that the Wu family owns two apartments in the capital.
China Railway Corporation has announced that passengers will be charged an extra 50 percent of the ticket price if they are caught traveling beyond the length of journey their ticket is valid for.
Traders around the world are selling the U.S. dollar even after a better-than-forecast U.S. jobs report, with U.S. government bond yields also heading south. Those stereotypical comments that a depreciation in the dollar can be attributed to "profit-taking" are definitely not the case this time, as there are other underlying causes moving the prices.
The leaders who attended the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRF) has reaffirmed their commitment to a high-quality development path, winning more confidence and praise from the international community for the China-proposed initiative.
Nepal's foreign policy experts and political party leaders have hailed the outcomes of the Second Belt and Road Forum (BRF) for International Cooperation held in Beijing on April 26-27.