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  • Chinese FM urges U.S. to change its wrong China policy

    The urgent task at the moment is that the two sides must earnestly implement the consensus reached by the two heads of state, and make political preparations and provide necessary conditions for the next phase of exchanges, Wang stressed.


  • GE's ex-CEO bullish on China: report

    Former General Electric (GE) CEO Jeff Immelt has recently said that he is still very bullish on China and advised companies and business leaders not to pull back from its market.


  • Chinese, U.S. youths hold dialogue on addressing climate change

    The Sino-American Youth Dialogue was held in Beijing on Friday, with young people and experts gathering online and offline to discuss issues related to climate change.


  • Meng Wanzhou back in China

    Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's chief financial officer, arrived in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen on Saturday night on a charter flight organized by the Chinese government, after being illegally detained for nearly three years in Canada.


  • The 12th China-U.S. Political Party Leaders Dialogue concludes

    The 12th China-U.S. Political Party Leaders Dialogue concluded on Tuesday, following two days of dialogue between members of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the Democratic and Republican parties of the United States.


  • China urges U.S. to support int'l anti-pandemic, origins tracing cooperation

    Wang stressed that the COVID-19 response and studying its origins call for solidarity, cooperation and the spirit of science. However, some in the United States have time and again tried to politicize efforts on both fronts to deflect the blame for their own botched response.


  • U.S. should work with China to defeat COVID-19, says Guyana's ex-president

    The United States should work with China to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic instead of using the virus as a "political football" to distract attention from its domestic woes, according to the former president of Guyana, Donald Ramotar.


  • China urges probe into U.S. bio-lab over coronavirus "lab-leak" theory

    Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Wang Wenbin on Monday urged the United States to stop levelling unwarranted accusations against other countries concerning coronavirus origins tracing and conduct investigations on its own laboratories.


  • Chinese FM meets U.S. deputy secretary of state, urging rational China policy

    Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Monday met with U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman, urging the United States to drop arrogance and prejudice and steer back to a rational and pragmatic China policy.


  • China puts forward two lists during talks with visiting U.S. deputy secretary of state

    China has put forward two lists to the United States during the talks in Tianjin, one of which is the List of U.S. Wrongdoings that Must Stop and the other is the List of Key Individual Cases that China Has Concerns with, Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng said here Monday.


  • U.S. companies still want to operate in China: media

    For many American companies and other multinational firms, China still remains a lucrative market that they do not want to lose, especially given the country's robust economic data in the second quarter (Q2), according to a recent report by CNN.


  • U.S. deputy secretary of state to visit China: FM spokesperson

    U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman will visit Tianjin of China from July 25 to 26, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said here Wednesday.


  • Xinhua Commentary: Suppressing China won't help U.S. tech vitality

    Washington's agitation to preserve its technological edge by suppressing China seems to be running unimaginably wild these days.


  • Chinese diplomat criticizes crimes of genocide by U.S., other Western countries

    A senior Chinese diplomat on Monday criticized the crimes of genocide by the United States and other Western countries, urging the international community to carry out comprehensive, impartial and in-depth investigations into all crimes of genocide.


  • China condemns U.S. FCC vote to advance ban on Chinese equipment

    China on Friday said that it firmly opposes a U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) vote to advance a plan to ban equipment from Chinese firms including Huawei in U.S. telecoms networks.


  • China, U.S. commerce ministers talk over phone on pragmatic cooperation

    China's Minister of Commerce Wang Wentao and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo talked over phone Thursday and exchanged views on relative issues and concerns in a frank and practical way.


  • Chinese, U.S. senior officials hold phone talks over trade

    Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chief of the Chinese side of the China-U.S. comprehensive economic dialogue, held a phone conversation with U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai on Thursday morning.


  • Exports to China benefit nearly all U.S. states, industries: USCBC

    The United States' exports to China have benefited nearly all U.S. states and industries, the U.S.-China Business Council (USCBC) said Tuesday during a conference held in Shanghai.


  • China welcomes U.S. companies' participation in modernization process: premier

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday that China welcomes the active participation of companies from the United States and around the world in its reform and opening-up, as well as its modernization process.


  • Interview: Renowned economist highlights vast common interests between China, U.S.

    China and the United States have a lot of common interests, and the relationship between the two "huge, complex" countries needs to grow "on a systematic basis," a renowned U.S. economist has said.


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