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China Thinks It Can Nuke American Cities. Should We Worry?

Lyle J. Goldstein Security, Asia World War III is no joke... Key Point: Despite the developments related above, the balance of opinion in Beijing seems impressively moderate on the prospects for a major nuclear buildup by China. When one reads...
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Suv On Grounds Of Beijing's Forbidden City Sparks Outrage

Photos of two women with a Mercedes SUV at Beijing's historic Forbidden City have sparked online outrage and prompted an apology from the management of China's former imperial palace
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How China Is Practicing—and Perfecting—an Amphibious Invasion Of Taiwan

Lyle J. Goldstein Security, Asia It takes a lot of hard work. Key Question: Would Beijing really do it?  A number of events and trends are coming together now to drive Taiwan, and with it the whole Asia-Pacific region, to the edge of disaster....
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Are You Gonna Be My Girl, Angela?

Although Washington and Beijing have signed an agreement aimed at easing the trade war between the two powers, it seems that the battle over 5G networks has just started, as the United States and the Chinese telecom giant Huawei try to win the heart...
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While Us Tariffs Remain For Now, Chinese Industries ‘don’t Need America Anymore’

The trade conflict between the US and China that began in 2018 may have simply forced Beijing to redirect its exports to the rest of the world, Steve Keen, the author of “Debunking Economics” and the world’s first crowdfunded economist, told...
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Landmark Trade Deal With China; New York Times Hardest Hit

(John Hinderaker) President Trump signed the “Phase One” trade agreement with China today at the White House. The agreement is far-ranging; you can read its entire text here. Among other things, it includes “commitments from...
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Dealbook: We Still Have Questions About Today’s Trade Truce

President Trump and a top Beijing official will meet today to sign an initial deal that eases the trade war. But many issues remain unresolved.
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Authorities Of China's Wuhan Admit New Coronavirus Can Transmit Human-to-human

BEIJING (Sputnik) - The health authorities of the Wuhan city in the central Chinese province of Hubei have admitted that human-to-human transmission of the newly registered type of coronavirus is a possibility to not be ruled out despite no explicit...
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Us Imposes Sanctions Over N. Korean Workers Abroad

The United States has imposed sanctions on two North Korean entities for facilitating the export of labor in violation of U.N. sanctions.A U.S. Treasury statement issued Tuesday identified the entities as Korea Namgang Trading Corp (NTC) and Beijing...
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The Daily Business Briefing: January 14, 2020

1. The Trump administration on Monday lifted China's designation as a currency manipulator. The move was considered a significant concession to Beijing as President Trump prepares for the Wednesday signing of a "phase one" trade deal aiming to dial...
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Chinese Media Reveals Details Of Beijing-washington Phase One Trade Deal

On Sunday, Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin announced that Beijing’s commitments in the US-China Phase One trade deal had not changed during the process of translation and that they will be released on 15 January, when the agreement is due...
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Yuan Ascends To Highest Level In 5 Months As Us Drops China’s Currency Manipulator Designation

In August, the yuan nosedived to its lowest point since 2008 after Washington blacklisted Beijing as a “currency manipulator”, a decision that was reversed by the US Department of the Treasury on 13 January.
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China Auto Sales Fall Again In 2019 Amid Trade War

BEIJING — China’s auto sales fell for a second year in 2019 as a trade war with Washington and an economic slowdown depressed consumer confidence and demand for electric vehicles weakened, an industry group reported Monday. The downturn is...
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Prague Inks Partnership With Taipei After Snubbing Beijing

PRAGUE, Czech Republic — The Czech capital, Prague, on Monday signed a partnership agreement with the capital of Taiwan, Taipei – three months after cancelling a similar deal with Beijing and angering the Chinese government. The disagreement...
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Mh370 Hijackers Poisoned People On Board With Laced Tea And Flew To Philippines – Aviation Expert

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 vanished with 239 people on board on 8 March 2014 after departing from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing. The plane is widely thought to have plunged into the southern Indian Ocean, but fruitless search has provoked all kinds...
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Tsai Meets Us Official In Taiwan After Reelection Landslide

Fresh from a landslide reelection victory, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen met Sunday with the de facto U.S. ambassador to Taipei, as China warned that countries should stick with recognizing communist-ruled Beijing as the rightful government of...
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Rebuking China, Taiwan Votes To Reelect President Tsai Ing-wen

More than 8 million voters cast their ballots for Tsai, who defeated a populist mayor who ran on a platform of closer ties to Beijing. (Image credit: Carl Court/Getty Images)
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Canada May Extradite Huawei's Cfo To Us Despite Objections From Lawyers, Beijing

The tech giant's top executive officer was arrested in Canada in December 2018 following an extradition request from the US over her alleged involvement in undermining American sanctions against Iran.
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Buyer Beware: Why No One Wants China's Ch-4 Drones

David Axe Technology, Asia Cheap, trashy things. Key point: Beijing's customers are starting to return to Washington. China’s CH-4 killer drone appears to be falling out of favor with some of its major operators. The Iraqi air force is down to...
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Chinese Vice Premier To Ink Us Trade Deal In Washington Next Week

The "Phase One" trade deal was negotiated late last year, but the date of its finalisation was first mentioned by President Trump, one of the two signatories, last week but wasn't confirmed by Beijing at the time
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