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Past articles by Wendy:

Huawei boss Ren Zhengfei says to keep ties with US suppliers

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei Technologies, which has been at the center of the technology war between China and the United States, will continue to use American components in its smartphones despite having other options, its founder said. → Read More

Coronavirus infects China-US relations as blame game over pandemic intensifies

The global health crisis has killed tens of thousands of people, battered economies and put a severe dent in Beijing’s relations with other countries. → Read More

China denies forced labour claims after prisoner’s message is found in Tesco card

China denied allegations that foreign prisoners were being used as forced labour after media reports that a British girl had found a plea for help in a Christmas card. → Read More

Trade war: Chinese delegation head to Washington to step up talks

Finance Vice-Minister Liao Min leads Chinese negotiation team for first time in discussions to prepare the way for top-level talks in October. → Read More

Trade war talks: China and US said to be far apart on framework for monitoring Chinese action on structural reform, but US could possibly drop 10 per cent tariffs

Chinese and American negotiators remain far apart on a key US demand meant to ensure Beijing honours any commitment to equal market access and intellectual property protection - an issue the US team sees as crucial in reaching a deal to end the months-old trade war, sources familiar with the situation said. ... → Read More

China puts its economy at risk by spurning the market-oriented reforms it once promoted, a long-time observer warns

The private sector has been sidelined despite Beijing’s 2013 decision to allow market forces to play a decisive role in the economy, Nicholas Lardy says → Read More

US and allies urged to increase digital investments in Asia to counter China

The United States and its allies should strengthen their investments in Asia’s digital economy to counter China’s increasing presence in the region, experts from the US and Japan said.... → Read More

Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He expected to invite Donald Trump to meet Xi Jinping for further trade war talks

China’s Vice-Premier Liu He is expected to extend an invitation to US President Donald Trump to meet his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, for further trade talks when the two meet in the Oval Office on Thursday afternoon, according to a US business lobbyist who is in close communication with American trade negotiators.... → Read More

Donald Trump says trade war will ‘hopefully’ be resolved before March – but not before he’s met Xi Jinping

US President Donald Trump, boasting of good progress in first-day trade talks with China, said on Thursday that he and Chinese President Xi Jinping planned to meet soon aiming to work out the toughest issues in the negotiation.... → Read More

We need to talk about Huawei: Europe debates ban on Chinese tech giant

The debate over what to do about Huawei has intensified across Europe, as companies and governments draft plans to tackle alleged security threats posed by Chinese technology firms.... → Read More

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin upbeat after first day of US-China trade war talks in Washington

US and Chinese officials had a “good conversation” during the opening session of their high-stakes trade talks in Washington on Wednesday, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said as the two delegations filed out.... → Read More

China and US face two more rounds of talks if they want to end trade war before March 1 deadline

China and the United States are expected to hold one or two more rounds of trade talks to map out a plan to end to their tariff war before the March 1 deadline, according to a diplomatic source and observers.... → Read More

If China wants to quieten Belt and Road critics, it must meet global investing rules says Xiao Gang, ex-chief of Chinese securities watchdog

China should make sure its investment and financing projects meet international standards to quell overseas criticism of its Belt and Road Initiative, a former head of China’s securities watchdog said on Wednesday in Washington.... → Read More

What does winning the US-China trade war look like for Donald Trump and Xi Jinping?

For Trump to declare victory he needs China to further open its market to American exports; Xi needs the US to eliminate or sharply reduce tariffs → Read More

US and China join forces to keep nuclear material from Nigeria out of the hands of terrorists

The United States and China reportedly collaborated to remove nuclear material from Nigeria last year – even at a time of growing military rivalry between the two countries – to minimise the risk of having the material fall into the hands of terrorists.... → Read More

Why the US-China dispute is about so much more than a trade imbalance

While the evidence is unclear, charges of unfair trade policies are Beijing’s biggest concern in the negotiations with Washington → Read More

Trade deal won’t get done without action on forced tech transfers, US Chamber of Commerce lobbyist Myron Brilliant says

Any trade deal brokered between Washington and Beijing must include a central government measure by the Chinese aimed at ending forced technology transfer practices in China, backed up by enforcement, a prominent US business lobbyist said on Thursday.... → Read More

‘It could go either way’: China and the United States ready for trade war talks in Beijing

China and the United States will face a daunting task to end their trade war when officials from both sides meet in Beijing on Monday for their first face-to-face talks since the start of a 90-day tariff ceasefire last month.... → Read More

China releases details of new law on foreign investment ahead of trade talks with US

Beijing has vowed to ensure equal treatment and intellectual property protection for overseas firms operating in China, according to the full text of its draft foreign investment law – its latest move to address long-standing complaints.... → Read More

China’s economy ‘set to reach US$13.7 trillion by end of the year’

World’s second-largest economy had reached US$10 trillion after the first three quarters, compared with US$19 trillion for the US → Read More