Huawei is now facing its most severe test since it became the world-renowned innovative tech company.
The Chinese government should seriously go behind the US tendency to abuse legal procedures to suppress China's high-tech enterprises. It should increase interaction with the US and exert pressure when necessary. China has been exercising restraint, but the US cannot act recklessly. US President Donald Trump should rein in the hostile activities of some Americans who may imperil Sino-US relations.
Chinese people should have sufficient confidence. China, as an increasingly open market, has an irresistible attraction to the entire world including the US. The more Beijing opens itself up, the more confidence it has to negotiate with the outside world.
It will be a win-win situation if a deal is realized. But if not, more fights and talks will continue alternately for a longer while. Chinese society should maintain a calm attitude.
Because of electoral political pressure, Washington needs to hype its win in the trade war. China doesn't have to compete for public opinion with the US. China instead thinks of the actual benefits and of promoting reform and opening-up.
In talks on Saturday at Buenos Aires in Argentina, Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump reached an important consensus on stabilizing trade relations between China and the US. The two countries will step up negotiations toward elimination of all additional tariffs and address issues of mutual concern.
The G20 summit kicked off in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Friday morning local time. Ahead of the summit, US President Donald Trump hinted he may impose more tariffs on imported cars, a move which targets Europe. The ongoing trade war with China is expanding, which is posing greater challenges to multilateralism and free trade. Observers are worried about whether global divergences can be curtailed and whether a joint communiqué will be reached at the conclusion of this G20 summit.
All companies are profit-oriented. Since Washington insists that national interests take priority over US companies' profits, chaos will ensue. Now that the world's so-called “leader” is in chaos, other countries should maintain order or else no one will be safe.
We expect that the meeting of the heads of the world's two largest economies will point to right directions that lead to finding their greatest common interest. In that case, no matter how many twists and turns, the China-US relationship will never lose its overall positive direction.
Please respect the achievement of China's development and the will of 1.4 billion Chinese people, and stop stigmatizing China's governance.
Ukraine is bound to be the middle ground between the West and Russia. Completely leaning toward the West is not necessarily a shared wish of the US and Europe. Having its bread buttered with both Russia and the West is probably the best way to maximize its interests.
Radical thinking and paranoia that permeates the green camp have misguided the DPP. The party needs to reflect on this failure and make an about-face on its stance in the cross-Straits ties.
The US government is trying to persuade wireless and internet providers in allied countries, including Germany, Italy and Japan to avoid telecommunication equipment from China's Huawei Technologies Co, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. One of the US' concerns, according to the report, is that the use of Chinese telecom equipment would pose cybersecurity risks to US military bases in these countries. Earlier in August, Australia blocked Huawei from rolling out its 5G network and it was reported Washington had weighed in on Canberra's decision-making.
We want to tell Taiwan: No matter who is elected, county head or municipal mayor, the contrast of power between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan won't be changed, nor will Chinese mainland's policies or resolution. So please just mind your own electoral business.
US aircraft carriers often need to make port calls in Hong Kong. China agreed this time, but it rejected the US in September, and China may reject again whenever the US goes too far.
Beijing needs to remain calm while Washington is impulsive. It has become a trend in the US to expand technological export restrictions against China, but it's uncertain to what extent Washington will enforce the restrictions. China shouldn't be swayed from the course of opening-up because of Washington's restrictions.
China has always viewed the Maldives as an equal partner. It has never interfered into Maldivian internal affairs or attached any political conditions when offering assistance and investment. It is hoped that the Maldives government and public value such a partner as China and keep bilateral relations on the right track.
Compared with the Aquino era, the Philippines under Duterte has acquired more strategic initiatives without becoming overly dependent on other countries.