In its recent round of mud-slinging against China, the United States has once again resorted to such hackneyed charges as "forced technology transfer" and "intellectual property theft."
The EU has not suffered as heavy a blow as China from U.S. tariffs but EU leaders are still lobbying to get the White House to lift 25 percent tariffs on European steel and aluminum exports imposed on spurious "national security" grounds.
The United States' ongoing smear campaign against China is rather sweeping, stretching from real-world fabrications to cyber-space concoctions.
Only two months before U.S. Vice President Mike Pence's Oct. 4 speech about the administration's policy toward China, U.S. coffee giant Starbucks partnered up with e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba on coffee delivery to boost its business in China.
China-U.S. relations are now at a crossroads. The recent string of relentless and groundless China-bashing rhetoric from U.S.As to Washington, it is high time that it stopped its calumny campaign against China, abandoned its antiquated confrontational mindset, and worked with Beijing to steer their relationship out of the rough patch as soon as possible.
Paired up with China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) under the guidance of the Shanghai Spirit is in the doorway to greater cooperation opportunities and expected to foster regional peace and development.
Assistant Foreign Minister Zhang Hanhui said Li will exchange views with Asian and European leaders on r cooperation under the BRI to help boost Eurasian connectivity.
Speaking at the annual China Town Hall during a critical moment for China-U.S. relations, former U.S. secretary of state Condoleezza Rice said China is crucial to the world's economic growth.
According to the updated World Economic Outlook by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), there will be a 3.7 percent global growth in both 2018 and 2019, lower than the previous prediction in July, which forecast a 3.9 percent growth in both years.
In the "Golden Week" Chinese National Day holiday that has just ended, Miss Shen, who stayed in Beijing, ordered a smart sweeping robot to liberate herself from cleaning rooms, giving her more time to help her child study.
China's central bank, the People's Bank of China (PBOC), announced on Sunday that it would cut the reserve requirement ratio (RRR) by one percentage point, effective on October 15.
The United States should work with China to pursue the path of win-win cooperation instead of taking a wrong approach of conflict and confrontation, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi told U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday.
Despite moderating investment and growing trade protectionism, China's economy has maintained solid growth momentum, economic officials said.
Festive mood is in the air as the Chinese people celebrate the 69th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi voiced his strong support for multilateralism at the ongoing General Debate of the UN General Assembly, receiving harmonic echoes from world leaders.
A specially designed large round table in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing saw a rare scene in the history of international diplomacy on September 4, when leaders of 54 African countries, 40 of whom were heads of state, were seated around it with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The trade friction between China and the United States will negatively affect the U.S. economy by offsetting tax cut benefits and causing higher consumer prices, a trade expert told Xinhua on Friday.
On Thursday, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are due to address world leaders gathered in New York for the annual UN General Assembly (UNGA).
A rising middle consumer class and further reform and opening up are key factors behind China's ability to continue thriving economically, despite ongoing trade frictions with the United States.
As the second summit between Pyongyang and Washington is likely to occur "soon," U.S."Denuclearization of NK (the DPRK) is a worthy goal and always will be," said Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, a New York-based think tank, in a tweet.
China set out its position on Sino-U.S. trade frictions in a comprehensive white paper on Monday as Washington imposed fresh tariffs on Chinese goods.
In a clear breach of journalistic ethics and an affront to the conscience of humanity, a recent Swedish TV show used very vulgar language against the Chinese people, giving the impression that the anchor and the production team have apparently set their eyes on inciting racial hatred against an entire race.
The foreign policies of U.S. President Donald Trump amounted to "the restoration of the U.S.foreign policy "misses the national interests that are served through such nominally high-minded works as the Paris climate accord," it said.
A delegation of Chinese scholars visited Washington and Chicago this week to stress the importance of stable relations between China and the US during an entrenched trade standoff.
Such events showcase China's participation in the global community and provide the outside world an excellent glimpse of what China has achieved. Rachel Duan, president and CEO of GE China, senior-vice president of GE.
The launch ceremony of "Reporting Changes in a Great Era Via Multimedia" in Beijing, Sept 20, 2018.Once the rest of the world realizes that we are all much more like Chinese than different, I believe the misgivings, fears and suspicions will be replaced by admiration about everything China has achieved and the amazing place it has become.
The Belt and Road Initiative, formally known as the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road, aims to build a trade and infrastructure network connecting Asia with Africa and Europe along the ancient trade routes of the Silk Road.
The new figures, by UNDP and OPHI, show that of some 1.3 billion people living in multidimensional poverty in 104 primarily low and middle-income countries, 662 million are children.
"Don't do this to us, they're hurting us," Thomas Sargent, the 2011 Nobel Prize winner in economics, said at the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Forum, amid the ongoing China-US trade war.
People both support and don't support him (Abe) at the same time, said Masao Matsumoto, professor in the Social Survey Research Center at Saitama University, highlighting the political and public divide.