South China Morning Post - China
12/11/2019Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Jun Mai y Owen Churchill
Foreign ministry says London and Washington did not ‘sternly condemn’ torching of man in the city. Both Western countries express deep concerns over confrontations and the use of force.
11/11/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Bhavan Jaipragas
Modi’s shock move to abandon the RCEP trade deal has fed the cynics. But its fans are loyal, even in the face of research suggesting its impact on GDPs will be minima
08/11/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Finbarr Bermingham
China’s October exports may offer hint of ‘stabilisation’, but still ‘hard to be optimistic’ amid US trade war
Exports fell by 0.9 per cent in October, better than the 3.2 per cent drop in September, and better than analysts had expected. Imports continued to struggle, falling for the ninth time in the last 10 months, as the economic pressure on Beijing continues to pile up amid the trade war with the US
05/11/2019Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional William Zheng
Xi express support for Lam’s effort but says priority is still to curb violence and stop chaos in Hong Kong during talks in Shanghai. Meeting the first for the two leaders since Hong Kong unrest broke out in June.
05/11/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Catherine Wong
Concerns mounting among European businesspeople about lack of progress on EU-China investment agreement, head of EU business group says
31/10/2019Argentina South China Morning Post - China Economía Albert Han
New president could use Beijing’s desire to have Buenos Aires sign up to its Belt and Road Initiative as a way to attract new funding, academic says. But China is also keen to see a return on the investments it has already made, expert says
30/10/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional
The city state’s prospects are in line with the path of the global economy, which should stabilise next year, the Monetary Authority of Singapore said. But the domestic economy may experience ‘fits and starts’ for the rest of the year
29/10/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Zhou Xin
Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump set to meet on the sidelines of the Apec summit in Chile next month, a source says. The two state leaders are expected to sign an interim trade deal ‘if everything goes smoothly’.
25/10/2019Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Kathleen Magramo
Hongkongers turn their morning commutes into protest marches with Walk to Work event across districts
Hundreds gather at different MTR stations around the city to march to work, chanting slogans along the way
25/10/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Orange Wang
Chinese economic official confirms trade deal between Washington and Beijing will include currency clause to keep the yuan ‘basically stable’
24/10/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Relaciones Bilaterales Keegan Elmer
China-basher or bridge builder? What can we expect when Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro visits Beijing?
Economic interests may force populist leader to adopt a more pragmatic tone when he visits his country’s largest trading partner.
23/10/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Amanda Lee
China scholars urge Beijing to sign trade war truce with Donald Trump, but get ready for a prolonged conflict
US tariffs have begun to take a toll on China, with the country’s headline gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate slowing to 6 per cent in the third quarter
22/10/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Relaciones Bilaterales
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi ‘confident’ of investment deal with EU as US-China trade was rages on
Top diplomat presses for talks on free-trade accord with Europe as US President Donald Trump’s trade war takes its toll. Wang says ‘big number’ of contracts, ‘between 30 and 40’, will be signed between China and France when Macron visits in November
17/10/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Orange Wang
China reiterates US must lift all tariffs to end trade war, but Beijing open to partial interim deal, spokesman says
Ministry of Commerce confirms trade tensions will only end when ‘all additional tariffs’ are lifted from Chinese products. Negotiating teams are working on the ‘phase one’ deal agreed last week in Washington for Donald Trump and Xi Jinping to sign next month in Chile
16/10/2019Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Mark Magnier
15/10 - 19:28 - Randall Schriver, assistant secretary of defence for Indo-Pacific security affairs, cites trend toward ‘less autonomy, more influence from Beijing’. His comments come as US House passes bill to sanction Chinese officials deemed responsible for ‘undermining basic freedoms in Hong Kong’
11/10/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Wendy Wu
Meeting with vice-premier Liu He could see new tariffs postponed and may help pave way for face-to-face talks with President Xi Jinping next month
08/10/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Zhou Xin
China tones down expectations ahead of US trade war talks as Vice-Premier Liu He leads team to Washington
The 13th round of talks will take place this week, but a source says that the Chinese delegation is already planning to cut short its stay in Washington by one night
04/10/2019Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional
Anti-mask law targeting Hong Kong protesters could come into force by midnight on Friday, as government considers invoking emergency powers
Executive Council to discuss possibility of giving police power to demand anyone wearing a mask in public removes it. Breaking law could result in person being sent to jail for up to a year, but pro-establishment groups want that to be 10 years.
03/10/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Sidney Leng
China, US seen to have good reasons to reach interim trade deal next week, but agreement far from assured
Negotiators from China and the United States will meet for the 13th round of high-level trade negotiations next week in Washington. It is unclear whether either side is willing to make the concessions necessary for a deal, although impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump could play a role.
26/09/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Amanda Lee
Ministry of Commerce spokesman Gao Feng says Beijing is ‘preparing for positive progress’ next month in Washington. US President Donald Trump said that a deal ‘could happen sooner than you think’, just a day after blasting China in a speech to the United Nations General Assembly