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The US is sailing two ships across Taiwan Strait ahead of trade talks in Beijing

The US Navy destroyer, USS Curtis Wilbur, and USCGC Bertholf, an American Coast Guard, "conducted a routine cross-strait transit on March 24-25 (local time) in accordance with international law "said the Navy's seventh fleet in a statement. "The transit of ships across the Strait of Taiwan demonstrates the US commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific." Clay Doss, a Navy …

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Trump sends top officials to Beijing to continue trade talks with China

Mark Schiefelbein | AFP | Getty Images US Sales Representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He Meet at Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing on February 15, 2019 President Donald Trump sends in US Sales Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Beijing. China, on Thursday, to continue the US trade talks with China, said US Secretary of …

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China February trade, imports, exports: Beijing economic data

Analysts also point out that data from China may be distorted at the beginning of the year due to one-week Chinese New Year holidays, which began in early February this year. In 2018, the Chinese New Year holidays began in mid-February. Despite concerns about slowing Chinese growth, Eastspring is optimistic in the world's second-largest economy, as "there are many opportunities …

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The Saudi Crown Prince arrives in Beijing to complete the Goodwill Tour in Asia

Bin Salman had already visited India and Pakistan during his weeklong tour, announcing new investments in energy and infrastructure before arriving in China – Saudi Arabia's largest trading partner. The Saudi Prince meets with Chinese Vice Prime Minister Han Zheng on Friday morning before joining President Xi Jinping in the afternoon. It's been almost two years since his father, King …

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Beijing reports economic data in China

VCG | Getty Images A lorry transports a shipping container in Qingdao Harbor on January 14, 2019 in Qingdao, Shandong Province, China. On Thursday, China reported data on imports and exports that exceeded expectations given its trade dispute with the US US

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US warships arouse Beijing with a sailing action in the South China Sea

The US Navy sent two destroyers with guided missiles to challenge China in the South China Sea, and Beijing is outraged. The Arleigh Burke class destroyers – USS Spruance and USS Preble – performed a free navigation operation on Monday, sailing within 12 nautical miles of Chinese outposts on the embattled Spratly Islands. The aim was to "challenge excessive maritime …

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Kim Jong Un leaves Beijing after a meeting with Xi Jinping

Kim and his delegation are now expected to begin the 13-hour journey to Dandong City on the border between China and North Korea. Kim is expected to spend four days in China. Enter the country on Monday and leave early on Thursday. The visit was Kim's third in Beijing and fourth in China since March 2018, on his first trip …

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Beijing builds its influence in the Arctic

However, there is a region with fewer competitors on the radar, in which the rules are still set: the polar arctic. China sees the opportunity to melt ice in the vast Arctic Sea. Beijing has begun to step up its efforts to open up new trade routes, search for oil and gas, and conduct climate change research, experts say. Geographically, …

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How Beijing does not retreat across the South China Sea

According to international marine law, the US destroyer had priority. But the Lanzhou forced the US captain to essentially reverse his 500-foot 8,500-ton battleship to avoid a collision within seconds. The two ships came in September at a distance of less than 41 yards from each other in front of the embattled Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, the …

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