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01/09/2021
Política South China Morning Post - China Politica Latinoamericana Kinling Lo

‘China is not the Soviet Union’ says Beijing’s envoy to Washington

Qin Gang urges an end to ‘cold war mentality’ and more communication to help the two sides handle differences constructively. ‘Extreme’ policy under Donald Trump caused serious damage to relations and the situation has not changed, he warns
10/08/2021
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Sarah Zheng

China-US trade war: American retailers claim tariffs on Chinese goods hurt business during pandemic

Seven US trade groups filed a brief to the US Court of International Trade to address escalating US tariffs imposed on most Chinese goods. It comes after 30 business groups called on US Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen and USTR Katherine Tai to return to the negotiating table with China
05/08/2021
Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Teddy Ng

China vows to hit back at US$750 million US arms sale to Taiwan

Beijing says the sale sends the wrong signal to Taiwanese independence forces. Taipei says the weapons will help it maintain rock-solid self-defence and regional peace and stability
30/07/2021
Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Raissa Robles

Philippines’ Visiting Forces Agreement with US in full force after Duterte ‘retracts’ termination letter

Duterte had threatened to cancel the VFA that allows for the rotation of US troops in and out of the Philippines. After meeting with Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin, he decided against doing so, ensuring stability in Washington-Manila ties as the US tries to counter China’s rising influence
15/07/2021
Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Lawrence Chung and Kristin Huang

Beijing angered by US Air Force plane’s short stop in Taiwan as de facto ambassadors change over

The United States has sent a military plane to Taipei on an apparent courier mission to aid the changeover of personnel, a fresh sign of a deepening relationship with the self-ruled island despite a warning from Beijing, which claims sovereignty of Taiwan.
25/06/2021
Argentina South China Morning Post - China Política

China hits out at Western ‘colonialism’ as it backs Argentina’s claim to Falkland Islands

12:00 - Chinese diplomats ‘retaliate’ for British ‘meddling’ in Hong Kong by restating support for Buenos Aires over the islands, which are also known as Las Malvinas. Argentina’s invasion force was defeated in 1982 and the islanders voted overwhelmingly to remain as a British overseas territory
25/06/2021
Cancillería South China Morning Post - China Malvinas Kinling Lo

China hits out at Western ‘colonialism’ as it backs Argentina’s claim to Falkland Islands

Chinese diplomats ‘retaliate’ for British ‘meddling’ in Hong Kong by restating support for Buenos Aires over the islands, which are also known as Las Malvinas Argentina’s invasion force was defeated in 1982 and the islanders voted overwhelmingly to remain as a British overseas territory
22/06/2021
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Amanda Lee

China’s corn imports set to reach record levels this year, as high prices boost demand for substitutes

Between January and May, China imported 11.73 million tonnes of corn, surpassing last year’s total of 11.3 million tonnes. Beijing has been encouraging farmers to grow more animal feed and urging livestock producers to diversify from corn and soybeans
18/06/2021
Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Lawrence Chung

PLA warplanes enter Taiwan air defence zone 2 days after record sortie

Jets were scrambled, radio warnings issued and air defence missile systems deployed on the island in response. Latest fly-by includes four old model J-7 fighters along with modern jets, suggesting an interoperability test, observers say
16/06/2021
Economía South China Morning Post - China Relaciones Bilaterales Liu Zhen

China’s European investments in downward trend, 10-year low amid coronavirus pandemic, political tensions: report

Covid-19 and rising political tensions blamed for 10-year low in Chinese investments in EU countries and Britain . Fears Chinese investors would use pandemic to snap up distressed assets prove unfounded, as total global spend drops
09/06/2021
Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Wendy Wu

European businesses express alarm over China’s anti-sanctions law that could turn companies into ‘sacrificial pawns’

The EU Chamber of Commerce in China expresses concern at lack of transparency and says the measures are ‘not conducive to attracting investment’. Beijing has yet to provide details of the legislation, but state media has said it will provide a legal basis for retaliation against sanctions
31/05/2021
Política South China Morning Post - China Politica Latinoamericana Geoffrey Knoell

Coronavirus: how China is taking a high-stakes bet on vaccine diplomacy in Latin America

It’s the biggest recipient per capita of Chinese shots, which for many countries are the only option for now. Meanwhile, upcoming elections in the region could have potentially Beijing-friendly outcomes
28/05/2021
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Wendy Wu

US-China trade dialogue ‘shows continuity’ in Beijing’s approach to relations

Vice-Premier Liu He’s lead role in phone call with US Trade Representative Katherine Tai signals Beijing’s wish to keep policy continuity, adviser says. Taoran Notes said the first Liu-Tai talks lasted 45 minutes and communication would continue
21/05/2021
Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Shi Jiangtao

China pledges US$1 million in aid, Covid-19 vaccines to Palestinians

‘We welcome the ceasefire and hope it will be earnestly implemented to stop the conflict and the violence,’ foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian says. ‘China has done a lot of work to help ease the situation along with other parties,’ he says
19/05/2021
Política South China Morning Post - China Relaciones Bilaterales

Coronavirus: Brazil senators say anti-China views hurt country’s access to Covid-19 vaccines

In parliamentary inquiry into president’s handling of coronavirus, senators blamed Bolsonaro and his inner circle for vaccine ingredient delays. The pandemic has claimed over 435,000 lives in Brazil but just one in eight adults have been fully vaccinated
17/05/2021
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional

US, EU to hold China to account on ‘trade-distorting policies’

United States and European Union said on Monday that they can partner to ‘hold countries like China that support trade-distorting policies to account’. Statement issued by the US Trade Representative Katherine Tai, US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo and European Commission executive vice-president Valdis Dombrovskis
13/05/2021
Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Sarah Zheng

China offers vaccines, projects in bid to shore up relations with Central Asian neighbours

Beijing pledges more regional cooperation on Covid-19 shots and Chinese-funded infrastructure during multilateral talks in Xian. Concerns come from Russia and the five Central Asian countries themselves about China’s expanding footprint
07/05/2021
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Orange Wang

China trade: India coronavirus crisis, recovering US economy boosted figures, but ‘cyclical peak’ looms

China’s exports grew by 32.3 per cent in April compared with a year earlier, while imports grew by 43.1 per cent last month. China’s imports from the US rose by 51.65 per cent to US$13.94 billion in April, while exports rose by 31.16 per cent to US$42.05 billion
27/04/2021
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Cissy Zhou

China food security: why the nation’s ‘food crisis’ is more of a livestock feed challenge

China is not producing enough feed grains such as soybeans to support its large and growing livestock industry, meaning it relies on imports. The deficit is driving concern about food security, an issue analysts say is complicated by geopolitics and dependence on foreign biotechnology
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