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Beijing Is Pushing Hard To Influence U.S. Views Of China, Report Says

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US takes on China over marketplace ‘cheating’

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This year, Seattle surpassed San Francisco as the second place in the world where Chinese millionaires most want to live. But critics say the...

Mattis, Pompeo meet with Chinese leaders on global hot spots, trying to avoid military...

Trump has slapped tariffs on $250 billion in Chinese products, in a push to narrow the U.S. trade deficit and push back against what the U.S. views as predatory Chinese tactics on the high technology industry. Beijing has retaliated with tariffs on $110 million worth of U.S. goods.

Group led by Black Lives Matter founder is ‘fiscally sponsored project’ of pro-China org:...

A group led by one of the founders of Black Lives Matter has ties to a progressive pro-China organization that acts as a fiscal sponsor to the group, according to a new report by a conservative think tank.

Normalizing Trade Relations With China Was a Mistake

In 2000, Congress made the fateful decision to extend “permanent normal trade relations,” or PNTR, to China. As the economists Justin Pierce and Peter...

Boeing delivers first 737 from new Chinese factory

Boeing on Saturday delivered its first 737 airliner from its new factory in China -- a debut that comes amid a 90-day truce in...

China announces retaliatory sanctions against Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz

The Chinese government has announced sanctions against US officials, including the Republican senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, in response to US sanctions over Beijing’s treatment of ethnic and religious minorities in Xinjiang province.

China is refusing to cede ground as US issues trade threats

The long-term battle on trade between the U.S. and China shows no sign of ending as a war of words ensued this week between the two. First,...