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Michael Martina

15 Feb 2017

U.S. business in China warms to possible Trump trade policy shake-up

BEIJING "Reciprocity" has become the new buzzword in the U.S. business community in China, with some industry leaders saying they would welcome a tougher approach from the Trump administration in opening up the markets of the world's second-largest economy. | Video

18 Jan 2017

U.S. lobby says China protectionism fueling foreign business pessimism

BEIJING More than 80 percent of members of a U.S. business lobby in China say foreign companies are less welcome than in the past, a survey released on Wednesday showed, with most saying they have little confidence in China's vows to open its markets. | Video

18 Jan 2017

Foreign business skeptical of China's promised opening

BEIJING/SHANGHAI Beijing has some way to go to convince foreign businesses that it is serious about liberalizing China's economy, despite President Xi Jinping's speech at Davos on Tuesday and new proposals to relax restrictions on foreign investment.

16 Dec 2016

China defends its right to 'ready slingshot' in South China Sea

BEIJING China defended its right on Thursday to put "necessary military installations" on artificial islands in the South China Sea, after a U.S. think-tank said Beijing appeared to have deployed weapons such as anti-aircraft and anti-missile systems. | Video

15 Dec 2016

China defends its right to 'ready slingshot' in South China Sea

BEIJING China defended its right on Thursday to put "necessary military installations" on artificial islands in the South China Sea, after a U.S. think-tank said Beijing appeared to have deployed weapons such as anti-aircraft and anti-missile systems.

15 Dec 2016

China defends its right to "ready slingshot" in South China Sea

BEIJING China defended its right on Thursday to put "necessary military installations" on artificial islands in the South China Sea, after a U.S. think-tank said Beijing appeared to have deployed weapons such as anti-aircraft and anti-missile systems.

07 Dec 2016

China pledges to increase openness with foreign investment rules

BEIJING China moved towards opening up markets such as railway equipment and vehicle batteries on Wednesday with the publication of draft foreign investment guidelines which it said would "increase openness to the outside world".

05 Dec 2016

Who collects costs for Trump's Taiwan call?

BEIJING There are many pressure points China can push to express its anger at Donald Trump's call with Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen last week, including luring away more of Taiwan's diplomatic allies and ramping up military deployments in the Taiwan Strait.

22 Nov 2016

With Trump win, China looks to seize Asia free trade leadership

BEIJING China will position itself as free trade's new champion at an Asia-Pacific summit this weekend, with the Communist government seeking to project economic leadership as a U.S.-led Pacific Rim trade pact languishes under President-elect Donald Trump.

14 Nov 2016

In phone call, China's Xi tells Trump cooperation is only choice

BEIJING/WASHINGTON Chinese President Xi Jinping told U.S. President-elect Donald Trump that cooperation was the only choice for relations between the world's two largest economies, with Trump saying the two had established a "clear sense of mutual respect". | Video

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