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HONG KONG, Nov 21 (SCMP): Days after China and 14 other countries signed RCEP, Xi says his government does not seek to decouple or excludeUS President Trump is expected to make an appearance at Apec on Friday, a sign that Washington-Beijing rivalries may come to the fore
Beijing says it respects the decision of the American peopleMessage comes roughly a week after Biden said he had enough Electoral College votes to win the race
HONG KONG, Nov 8 (SCMP): Donald Trump and his top officials may seek to sabotage Sino-US relations, Chinese academic saysIf Trump takes his election grievances to court, it will be difficult for Beijing to establish communication with the Biden team before the matter is settled, international relations professor says
HONG KONG, Nov 7 (SCMP): Two sides may cooperate on climate change if Democratic candidate wins presidential race, but will still have plenty of other problems to resolve, experts sayAmerica’s China policy is unlikely to change significantly even with Biden in the White House, they say
THE global economy has clearly bounced back from the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic.
HONG KONG, Oct 23 (SCMP): In a fiercely nationalistic speech the president says Chinese people will not bend, no matter the challenges facedWhile not directly named, analysts say remarks were pointedly aimed at Washington as conflict’s 70th anniversary nears
HONG KONG, Oct 20 (SCMP): China’s super-rich now own a combined fortune of US$4 trillion, more than the GDP of Germany, the world’s fourth-biggest economy, according to the latest Hurun rich list. Ma’s family wealth grows 45 per cent as a stock market boom and tech mega listings lift the fortunes of China’s billionaires by US$1.5 trillion.
HONG KONG, Oct 13 (SCMP): People’s Liberation Army denounces ‘provocations and meddling’ after USS Barry conducts ‘routine’ transitUS Navy often holds such ‘freedom of navigation’ operations, drawing angry responses from Beijing
KUALA LUMPUR: Worries about the rising Covid-19 infections and the impact on the economy continued to weigh on the equities market.
BEIJING, Oct 13 (Reuters): China's imports grew at their fastest pace this year in September, while exports extended their strong gains as more trading partners lifted coronavirus restrictions in a further boost to the world's second-biggest economy.