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China won't submit to US trade intimidation

US President Donald Trump's latest threat to impose tariffs on an additional $100 billion in imports from China was quickly rebuked by China's Ministry of Commerce and Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a more resolute way.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/6 21:51:10

Trade counterstrikes give US painful lessons to learn

If this trade war comes to pass, it will be an evenly matched total war between China and the US economies, and not some small scuffle. It would be delusional for the US to think it will be victorious at the end of this trade war. China comes up with the conclusion in confidence, and will not shy away from letting Washington know in this situation.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/5 6:11:13

Washington must pay a dear price for a trade war

The US is trying to strangle Chinese high-tech development while containing China's rise through the trade war.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/4 11:40:41

US attempt to coerce China too perilous

Washington wanted to demonstrate its authority to the world, but unfortunately it gambled badly. The entire US elites have overestimated the strength and execution.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/3 22:48:39

Export numbers blind over US company branches in China

It is difficult to believe the US government would practice economic isolationism in this day and age, cutting itself off from the interconnected interests of global economic cooperation. At present, cooperative development is the main theme for the world's economy. History moves forward independent of man's will so it is wise to learn from it, rather than fight against it.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/3 7:50:42

China tariffs offer US a dose of its own medicine

China has always emphasized the importance of Sino-US relations. But lately, we have witnessed at least a few American hard-liners applying even greater pressure on China. It is worth observing the various challenges such posturing will provide for China-US bilateral ties.   China is not expecting added damage to US relations, but China does have the confidence and courage to confront any and all future difficulties and challenges should they emerge.
Source: Globaltimes.cn | 2018/4/2 8:26:37

Peace on Korean Peninsula requires lasting efforts

The vulnerable détente on the peninsula needs to be carefully maintained. All parties should stand ready for negotiations that may last long. They should work to meet each other halfway for the sake of peace and stability on the peninsula.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/1 23:03:39

Washington suffers from IP-theft paranoia

Market itself is power. The US possesses unique and advanced technologies, and often refuses to make concessions in forming joint ventures in China, as is the case with Intel and Boeing. For companies trying to sell products with less advanced technologies, they have to accept certain terms from Chinese authorities to stay competitive in the Chinese market. This is how a market economy works and there is no room for the Trump administration to forcefully change the rules.
Source: Global Times | 2018/3/30 22:48:41

Snubbing China, Canada cozies up to US

We despise the way Canada vacillates between China and the US, and won't readily let this go. Beijing should take punitive measures against Ottawa's actions that undermine the interests of Chinese business, sending a warning to others.
Source: Global Times | 2018/3/29 23:11:55

Carrying forward China-North Korea friendship benefits both sides

Undeniably, the Xi-Kim meeting opened a new chapter in friendly China-North Korea relations.
Source: Global Times | 2018/3/28 14:13:40

Trade war to hurt US more than China

The US will be derided in history for using outdated tools to address the issues of the world's largest two-way trade.
Source: Global Times | 2018/3/28 0:03:40

Russian diplomat expulsions signal crude side of Western intention

It is firmly believed that accusations levied by one country to another that are not the end results of a thorough and professional investigation should not be encouraged. Simultaneously expelling diplomats is a form of uncivilized behavior that needs to be abolished immediately.
Source: Global Times | 2018/3/27 8:00:15

Market size decides China's trade advantage

China being the largest consumer market worldwide will profoundly change the global economic landscape and influence international politics. Launching a trade war against China involves high risks.
Source: Global Times | 2018/3/26 22:33:39

China won't cave in to Trump's trade bluster

If the US wants to force China to give in, it should do it to its allies instead. A strong China only wants to be an equal partner, not a vassal.
Source: Global Times | 2018/3/25 23:18:39

China is ready for both a trade war and talks

Chinese Vice Premier Liu He had a phone conversation with US Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin Saturday morning. The talks generated much attention at the time when Washington moved to slap high tariffs on $50 billion worth of products from China, and Beijing had decided to strike back with retaliatory measures.
Source: Global Times | 2018/3/24 17:54:02

Trump's China plan has ulterior motives

The US will learn a lesson once Trump's trade war with China ends in failure, which will for a long time deter the US from starting another trade war with China.
Source: Global Times | 2018/3/23 23:03:40

China readies as Trump's trade war plan spells failure

Washington should dismiss the idea that China will concede in this trade war because it will find no white flags to mark China's surrender. Instead, Washington will charge blindly into a bullfighter's red cape.
Source: Global Times | 2018/3/23 7:27:02

Facebook fiasco raises issue of data safety

While the Facebook scandal is regarded by traditional media as a laughing stock, the internet is no joke. With huge loopholes and uncertainties, the internet will continue to change the world and people's understanding.
Source: Global Times | 2018/3/22 23:57:17