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US President Barack Obama took time off at an Asia-Pacific summit on Nov 18 for an unusual task – putting questions to Chinese Internet billionaire Jack Ma and a young Filipina entrepreneur on government-business ties in a panel discussion.
Google, Facebook and Twitter are all banned in China, but the Internet giants’ top executives are increasingly frequent visitors to Beijing as they seek opportunity and profit from the world’s second-largest economy, despite concerns over censorship.
Indonesia's president will court tech giants Apple and Google during his first trip to the United States this month, seeking investment for sustainable mining and greater Internet access, said a source.
President Barack Obama announced on Friday that he had reached a "common understanding" with Chinese President Xi Jinping on curbing economic cyber espionage, but threatened to impose U.S. sanctions on Chinese hackers who persist with cyber crimes.
Chinese President Xi Jinping sought to reassure US officials that Beijing remains committed to financial reforms and an open economy.
China reacted angrily following a call by America's top intelligence official for cybersecurity against China to be stepped up, and said the United States should stop "groundless accusations".
Google has quietly removed the Chinese name for a South China Sea shoal bitterly disputed by Beijing and Manila from its maps service, following an outcry from Filipinos.
The United States said that cyber theft sponsored by the Chinese government was a major problem and stressed the need to keep Asian sea lanes open as the world's two biggest economies held annual talks aimed at maintaining working relations in spite of rising tensions.