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China slams US for using nuclear arms treaty with Russia as means to ‘blackmail’ Beijing
China has warned the United States that Beijing will “never accept any form of blackmail” after US President Donald Trump said that his country’s pull out from a decades-old Cold War-era nuclear arms control treaty with Russia also linked to China’s arsenal.
China voices 'concern' as US warships sail through Taiwan Strait
China said Tuesday it has expressed concern to the United States over what it considered an affront to its sovereignty after two US warships sailed through the Taiwan Strait.
China, ASEAN states start inaugural joint maritime exercises
China and Southeast Asian states have kicked off their first joint maritime exercises as part of efforts to promote stability and ease tensions across the disputed South China Sea.
Iran partakes in Yiwu Int'l Commodities Fair
The 24th China Yiwu International Commodities Fair began on Monday with the participation of 22 countries, including Iran.
China regions accused of faking pollution compliance in new probe
Four more Chinese regions have been accused of faking efforts to rectify environmental problems and paying only lip service to the country's war on pollution, according to reports published by the environment ministry on Monday.
WTO suffers collateral damage from Trump and China
A credible mediator to bring a global trade war to armistice. Must have: the trust of the aggressors, the law on its side and the clout to get things done.
China says must balance stable growth and risk prevention
China must balance the need for stable growth while managing risks and maintain a prudent and neutral monetary policy, the State Council, the country’s cabinet, said on Sunday following a meeting of top economic and financial policymakers.
Japan finds itself buried in plastic waste after China stops importing world’s trash
Nations across the globe are beginning to suffer from waste build-up, after China stopped importing recyclable garbage this year. Japan has become the latest country reporting severe recycling industry overload.
Huge Iranian oil armada en route to China
Turkey in talks with US for Iran crude waiver
S. Africa divers risk all to poach marine delicacies for China diners
One Saturday night in August, Deurick van Blerk, 26, climbed into his small boat off the coast of Cape Town on another of his illegal fishing expeditions. He never returned.
China's economy slows amid darker outlook
China’s economic growth slowed more than expected in the third quarter, as weak industrial output data and what the government called the ‘severe international situation’ challenged efforts to stabilize the economy and reach its growth targets.
China to launch lunar lighting in outer space
China is planning to launch its own 'artificial moon' by 2020 to replace streetlamps and lower electricity costs in urban areas, state media reported on Friday.
UK fashion retailer New Look to exit China, close 120 stores
British fashion group New Look is to exit China and will close its remaining 120 stores there by the end of the year, it said on Thursday.
US to exit global postal treaty in latest move against China
The United States will begin withdrawing from a UN postal pact that lowers rates for foreign postal deliveries of small packages, the latest move by President Donald Trump's administration to challenge practices it sees as unfairly advantageous to China.
Search engine Baidu becomes first China firm to join US AI ethics group
Chinese search engine Baidu Inc. become the first Chinese company to join an artificial intelligence (AI) ethics group led by top US tech firms, amid wider political clashes over AI competition between China and the US.

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