U.S. trade groups on Friday urged a resolution of the U.S.-initiated trade dispute with China, as Beijing announced the imposition of additional levies on U.S. goods and Washington vowed to further raise tariffs in response.
The United States is paying the price for launching a trade war, as China is forced to announce the levy of new additional tariffs on US goods.
Trade deals and the reform of WTO are better than trade wars. Trade wars will lead to recession, while trade deals will boost economy, said Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, on Saturday. He called for putting a stop to trade wars.
The China Society for Human Rights Studies on Saturday published an article to expose the long-lasting unsolved problem of gun violence in the United States which, it said, has seriously trampled on human rights.
Ambassadors and envoys from seven countries visited northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region from August 19 to 21 at the invitation of the regional government.
A youth association in Hong Kong called on young people to uphold the spirit of law and oppose violence on Saturday.
The Chinese Embassy in Ottawa Friday urged Canada and the United States to release Meng Wanzhou, the wrongfully detained chief financial officer of Chinese technology company Huawei, without further delay and ensure her safe return to China.
President Xi Jinping urged the Chinese military on Thursday to continue improving its combat capability and readiness.
A Chinese employee of Britain's Hong Kong Consulate surnamed Zheng was released on Saturday after a penalty of 15-day administrative detention for violating the Law of the People's Republic of China on Penalties for Administration of Public Security.
Beijing will impose additional levies on approximately $75 billion worth of U.S. goods including soybeans, oil and aircraft in response to Washington's latest planned tariffs on Chinese imports, the Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council said on Friday.
The ordinance amendment issues and the ensuing violence have undermined the professional ethics of the Hong Kong society and created hatred in the community, a Hong Kong educator said on Friday.
China should sanction the United States and Taiwan entities involved in the recent proposed arms deals and maintain its strategic pressure on Taiwan secessionists, with the sale damaging to Sino-U.S. ties, officials said.
Market concerns about trade uncertainties and a possible economic recession were the major reasons why U.S. equities suffered a steep sell-off on Friday, analysts have said.
Nearly 600 taxis on Friday participated here in a peace rally against violence and showed Hong Kong residents' love for their home and the motherland.
China has sovereignty over the Nansha Islands and their adjacent waters, the Foreign Ministry reiterated on Friday, while calling for Vietnam to respect the rights and work with China for peace at sea.
China's envoy to the United Nations reiterated his country's position Thursday on the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, saying it is "unacceptable to use China as an excuse for leaving the treaty, and China rejects the baseless accusation by the United States".
A regulation on the protection of children's personal information on networks was published by the Cyberspace Administration of China Friday.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) twice fired unidentified projectiles into the eastern waters on Saturday, according to South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS).
US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Friday it is "a new challenge" for the US central bank to fit trade uncertainty into its policy decision-making framework.
The Chinese military strongly opposes the U.S. selling F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan, calling the action a "complete mistake" and "very dangerous", a spokesman of the Ministry of National Defense said on Friday night.
The Mass Transit Railway Corp of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region announced on Friday night that it has obtained an interim injunction from the High Court banning people from interfering or damaging operations at all stations and trains of its railway network, including the West Kowloon high-speed rail station.
China will resume imposing additional tariffs of 25 percent or 5 percent on American-made vehicles and auto parts starting from 12:01 p.m. on Dec. 15, the Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council announced Friday.
The Customs Tariff Commission of Chinese State Council on Friday decided to impose an additional duty of either 10 percent or 5 percent on 5,078 items of U.S. products worth about 75 billion U.S. dollars, in response to the U.S. announcement to impose additional duties on Chinese imports.
A major power outside the region is trying to turn the South China Sea into an arena for major-power wrestling, which is the source of tensions in the region, said the head of Chinese mission to the European Union (EU) Thursday.
Record fires sweeping across the Amazon this month have been grabbing global headlines as scientists and environmental groups are worried that they will aggravate climate change crisis and threaten biodiversity.
The national table tennis teams of China and the United States gathered Thursday evening at the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Orange County, California, to mark 48th anniversary of "Ping-Pong Diplomacy."
A zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality on Friday threw a birthday party for its celebrity "granny panda" who turned 37, equivalent to more than 100 human years.
A total of 102 paintings from 18 countries along the Belt and Road are on display in the city of Xianning, central China's Hubei Province.
With waves of high temperature persistently hitting Yueyang City, China’s Hunan province on Thursday, a tourist area transformed an ice house into a KTV room, fascinating many visitors seeking shelter.
Shanghai Disneyland declined mediation to settle a lawsuit filed against it earlier this year by a guest who was barred from entering the park with outside food, said a consumer rights watchdog.