Tag Archives: China–United States relations

09Dec/16

China ready to outplay Trump: analyst

Beijing says cooperation between the U.S. and China must continue despite critical comments made about China by President-elect Donald Trump. One analyst says, “if Trump thinks he’s going to out-negotiate the Chinese he’s got another thing coming”. Mana Rabiee reports. Continue reading

06Dec/16

Trump upsets the apple cart for US firms in China

Trump’s hard line on China has American companies which have invested billions there sweating. As Eve Johnson reports, life could get very uncomfortable for them if Trump angers the Chinese people and this may be precisely the president-elect’s strategy.
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24Sep/15

Chinese President Xi visits Microsoft, calls for “open” and “secure” cyberspace

On state visit to the United States, Chinese President Xi Jinping visits headquarters of tech giant Microsoft, meets with tech sector leaders and calls for building of “open” and “secure” cyberspace

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17Sep/15

China says committed to countering Internet hacking

China says it opposes Internet hacking and is committed to cracking down on such activities, ahead of President Xi Jinping’s visit to the U.S. next week.
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25Jun/15

Kerry: U.S., China committed to cyber code of conduct

(R Reports) – The United States and China on Wednesday (June 24) said they would develop a code of conduct for state behavior in cyberspace.
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02Mar/15

Obama sharply criticizes China’s plans for new technology rules

President Barack Obama in a Reuters interview criticizes China’s plans for new rules on U.S. tech companies, urging Beijing to change a policy that Obama says would allow the Chinese government to “snoop.”
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