California winemakers squeezed by US-China trade war
Caught in the crossfire of President Donald Trump's trade war with China, U.S. vineyards...
Hong Kong police shoot at protester in fresh unrest
The chaos in Hong Kong started early on Monday when demonstrators, still angry after the ...
Donald Trump says China trade talks moving along nicely, but deal has to be right
Trump said there had been incorrect reporting about U.S. willingness to lift tariffs, which he said had brought in tens of billions of dollars for the United States and soon "literally hundreds of billions of dollars."
Chinese investments continue on CPEC, runs through Indian territory
Chinese investments continue on the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor that also runs through the Indian territory.Chinese investments continu...
China to establish 'robust' national security mechanism for Hong Kong
China will also "perfect" the system under which the party has full jurisdictional power over Hong Kong according to the Basic Law and constitution, the party said, in a long statement carried by state news agency Xinhua.
China wants US to drop tariffs on $360 billion of imports for trade deal
Chinese officials also suggested the US could temporarily waive some tariffs, people familiar with Beijing’s position said. In return, China could remove tariffs on a reciprocal amount of US goods, mostly farm products, one of the people said.
US woos Asia with plan to rival China's 'Belt and Road'
The plan announced at a US business forum in Bangkok is meant to rival China's own multibillion dollar "Belt and Road" infrastructure program. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross asserted that the US will invest and trade more in Asia as a part of an American plan to support "sustainable" projects in Asia. Ross is leading a high-powered trade mission in Asia.
India ups ante on Aksai China after Beijing’s criticism of J&K bifurcation
"We do not expect other countries, including China, to comment on the matters which are internal to India, just as India refrains from commenting on internal issues of other countries…We expect other countries to respect India’s sovereignty,” India said in response to China's statement that J&K bifurcation was unlawful.
China expands BRI outreach in South Asia to beat US in trade war
Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) projects in South Asia, like other continents, not only use Chinese capital but also Chinese labourers, raw material and finished products, thereby fuelling growth in the Chinese economy. Chinese construction companies are given contracts, which are funded by Chinese banks, for development of ports and railway networks.
Mainland China students flee Hong Kong over protest violence fears
The most intense clashes on Tuesday occurred at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where pitched battles were fought with the police firing tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets and protesters throwing petrol bombs and bricks, paralysing the campus and the area around it.
In US-China talks, Beijing's refusal to spell out farm buys is big sticking point
Trump has said publicly that China could buy as much as $50 billion of US farm products, more than double the annual amount it did the year before the trade war started. Chinese buyers would like the discretion to buy based on market conditions.
Explained: As India decides to sit out, here's what happens to RCEP
Prime Minister Narendra Modi faced mounting pressures at home to take a tougher stance on the terms, and proved unbending as the RCEP negotiations came to a close. Thailand was pushing to have the deal finished this year but a final agreement might not come until 2020 now.
Beijing says no one can stop Taiwan 'reunification'
China will not stop in its efforts towards "realising the complete reunification of the motherland," said Defence Minister General Wei Fenghe. Despite its territorial claims, Wei insisted that China's military ambitions were not aggressive.
‘China occupying large areas of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh’
“China deplores and firmly opposes that. India unilaterally changed its domestic laws and administrative division challenging China’s sovereignty,” he said. Responding strongly, the MEA in a statement said: “The matter of reorganisation... is entirely an internal affair of India... We expect other countries to respect India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”
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