Tag «CHINA-US»

Huawei steps up legal battle Huawei still insists on ‘open attitude, embrace globalization’

Song Liuping, chief legal officer of Huawei, speaks at a press conference at the company’s headquarters in Shenzhen, China, on Thursday. Huawei has filed a lawsuit challenging a recent US Federal Communications Commission. Photo: VCG Amid legal disputes and an escalated crackdown by Washington, Huawei has not stopped moving forward to defend its rights, a …

China summons US ambassador to lodge representations, protest against US signing of Hong Kong-related act into law

Photo: VCG Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng on Thursday summoned U.S. Ambassador to China Terry Branstad to lodge stern representations and strong protest against the United States signing of the so-called Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019 into law. “China strongly urges the U.S. to correct its mistake and make a …

China summons US ambassador to lodge representations, protest against US Senate’s passing of HK-related bill

Photo: VCG/Xinhua   Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zheng Zeguang on Monday summoned U.S. Ambassador to China Terry Branstad to lodge stern representations and strong protest against both the House of the Representatives and Senate passing of the so-called Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019. China urges the United States to correct its …

Close China-US military ties key to regional and world peace

Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister Wei Fenghe (left) greets US Defense Secretary Mark Esper in Bangkok, Thailand on Monday. The two held their first face-to-face talks Monday. Photo: AP The Taiwan question, foreign forces meddling in Hong Kong affairs and the South China Sea row – hot-button issues towering above China-US relations – came …

Can China-US military ties stay above acrimony?

File photo: IC The first face-to-face meeting between Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister Wei Fenghe and US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper on the sidelines of the ASEAN Defense Ministers’ Meeting Plus on Monday in Bangkok is hoped to bring about positive results to cordially manage divergences while promoting defense relations. Not long ago, …

Esper’s Asia visit meant to appeal to allies

US Defense Secretary Mark Esper Photo: IC US Defense Secretary Mark Esper’s second visit to Asia in just over three months justifies the Pentagon’s renewed military focus on the region with Washington’s Indo-Pacific Strategy out to contain its only proclaimed rival – China. Esper kicked off his visit to South Korea, Thailand, the Philippines, and …

Realistic view needed to resolve China-US trade woes

Hans-Paul Bürkner Photo: Li Qiaoyi/GT Editor’s Note: China-US trade tensions have dominated headlines over the past year, sparking discussions on how to end the woes and economic bruising. While remaining optimistic, one needs to be realistic in that there isn’t a quick fix for this prolonged conflict between the world’s two largest traders. Describing himself …

US cannot break China’s supply chain

Illustration: GT The US has once again disparaged the Chinese economy to entertain itself. US President Donald Trump on Saturday claimed China’s supply chain was “all broken, like an egg,” and said China wanted a deal more than the US did. The fact is, however, senior US officials are talking about trade wars and trade …