China is ready to take countermeasures in response to the U.S. threat of an escalating trade war, Chinese Commerce Ministry said in a statement on Thursday.
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday that tariffs will not resolve the trade imbalance between China and the U.S..
China urges the U.S. to rationally deal with trade frictions instead of blackmailing China impulsively, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said at a daily news briefing on Thursday.
China has reiterated that it is prepared to take countermeasures if the U.S. takes further actions to escalate the trade friction between the two nations.
In stark contrast to China’s win-win proposal, the U.S. irrational decision to impose tariffs on Chinese imports would lead to a “lose-lose situation”, a British expert has said.
“It’s very hard to predict for how long this kind of tension’s gonna last but I think the fundamental for economic cooperation between China and the United States is there. Therefore, we would expect more cooperation in a long run,” said Qi Bin, the executive vice president of the China Investment Corporation, on the trade conflict between the two nations.
The ongoing trade tensions between China and the U.S. seem to be having a negative impact on one of the biggest ports in America, Los Angeles. And the city's mayor Eric Garcetti says many Americans rely on China-U.S. ties for their well-being and want to see fair trade.
China continued to see a deficit in foreign service trade in June but the volume has narrowed, data from the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) showed Tuesday.
Nothing embodies Trump's presidential campaign in 2016 more than the bright red caps stitched with the battle cry "Make America Great Again (MAGA)." At the time, the iconic mesh apparel was proudly worn by Trump supporters to reclaim what they saw as glory lost to a changing economy.
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was initiated by China five years ago. Recently, through cultural conflicts, practical and economic conflict of interests and geoeconomic issues, some foreign media as well as the general public began to raise a number of concerns, some of which may be considered as misinterpretations.
With the development of all kinds of social media apps, SMS is not as common as it was 10 years ago, but it’s still indispensable for most of the cell-phone users. However, the long-standing function can sometimes be very annoying.
Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai on Monday said cooperation is the only right path for Washington and Beijing, as the shared interests of the two countries far outweigh their differences.
Netizens have started calling for the Metro Transit Railway (MTR) Corporation in Hong Kong to add more public toilets at its stations after a video showing a child who suffered from diarrhea inside a station went viral.
"KEEP America Great." – Donald Trump is already preparing for the mid-term elections later this year, and that's what he intends to put on his banners. But the thing is, they're being manufactured in eastern China, and will be hit with his own punitive tariffs when they make their way stateside.
The British Chamber of Commerce (BritCham) China, which represents over 1,000 member companies across China, reaffirms that it stands by free trade and welcomes discussions – when asked about thoughts on US President Donald Trump’s recent remarks that both the US and European Union would work together toward removing tariffs.
The United States has accused China of using foreign ownership restrictions to require or pressure technology transfers from US companies to Chinese entities.
China has been sticking to the rules agreed when it joined the WTO in 2001, while the US is demonizing China by attacking its economic model to take the heat off itself, said Zhang Xiangchen, China’s envoy to the World Trade Organization during the meeting of General Council of the WTO in Geneva on Thursday.
Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai has said that China and the United States are "still in the same boat" despite multiple challenges.
Observers and China watchers said that Chinese President Xi Jinping's speech at the BRICS Business Forum here on Wednesday has provided Chinese wisdom in the second "Golden Decade" of BRICS cooperation.
Turkey will never tolerate threats from anybody, Turkish Foreign Minister said on Thursday in response to warnings of sanctions from the United States leadership.
U.S. farmers shrugged off their president’s farm aid plan as “short-term relief”, remaining critical of the government’s global tariffs policy undermining the country’s agricultural interests.
There’s a minor tempest in a teapot swirling around academia in the U.S. that hasn’t been reported in Chinese media but couldn’t come at a more inopportune time for already strained Sino-American relations because it will drive a further wedge between the planet’s two most powerful countries. And for once, it doesn’t even involve Donald Trump.
China's commerce ministry has responded to America's public hearing into its proposal to impose tariffs on a list of 16 billion U.S. dollars' worth of Chinese goods.
Driving locomotives, exporting garments to other continents and setting up industrial parks ... The industrialization dream the African people have been pursuing since they attained self-rule decades ago is gradually being realized thanks to Chinese capital, technology and skills.
The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the National Supervisory Commission have recently asked for law enforcement departments to protect the personal rights of people under detention.
Beijing on Tuesday mooted a “China-India Plus” model of cooperation in Africa and beyond as the leaders of both the Asian countries were poised to attend the 10th BRICS Summit in Johannesburg from July 25 to 27. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi are also expected to hold bilateral talks on the sidelines of the summit.
From the Horn of Africa all the way south to the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, is an extensive stretch of thousands of kilometers of the West Indian Ocean coastline.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi are gathering for the second time in less than two months, as the 10th BRICS summit takes place in South African city Johannesburg this week.
Chinese President Xi Jinping's signing of an article on China-Rwanda relations has received positive reviews from both the Rwandan media and its public.
US-China trade tensions: Who is the controller? BUSINESS By CGTN Global Business 2018-07-24 00:06 GMT+8 Share 00:40 00:40 The US is blaming the current trade tensions on China, saying China is the reason for the two sides not being able to reach an agreement. China’s Foreign Ministry hit back at the comment, blaming the US has reneged on previous consultations and dialogues.