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13 December 2018 16:16

Government officials in Canada say a second Canadian citizen has gone “missing” in China, with Beijing saying he is being questioned over national security matters, days after Ottawa said Chinese authorities had detained a former Canadian diplomat. Canada’s Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that it had been unable to contact Michael Spavor since he notified the government that he was being...

13 December 2018 1:32

  China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) has decided to continue investing in two major Iranian oilfields but suspend investment in the South Pars natural gas project, Reuters claimed on Wednesday. CNPC convinced the US to continue investing in the North Azadegan and Masjid-i-Suleiman (MIS) oilfields, the news agency quoted two unidentified Chinese sources as saying. Senior US officials reportedly met CNPC executives in...

12 December 2018 16:55

China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) has decided to continue investing in two major Iranian oilfields but suspend investment in the South Pars natural gas project, Reuters claimed on Wednesday. CNPC convinced the US to continue investing in the North Azadegan and Masjid-i-Suleiman (MIS) oilfields, the news agency quoted two unidentified Chinese sources as saying. Senior US officials reportedly met CNPC executives in...

12 December 2018 8:29

  A former Canadian diplomat has been detained in China, amid an already tense diplomatic standoff between the two countries over the arrest of a senior Chinese tech executive in Vancouver earlier this month at the request of the United States. A person familiar with the matter, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Michael Kovrig was detained on Monday night in the...

11 December 2018 14:56

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has warned against the “bullying” of its citizens amid a diplomatic row with Canada over the detention of a Huawei Telecom executive on a United States arrest warrant. “The safety and security of Chinese compatriots are our priority. China will never sit idly by and ignore any bullying that violates the legitimate rights and interests of...

10 December 2018 16:42

According to Mohammad Reza Hariri, the hurdles in banking transactions between the two countries were cleared last week and financial transactions would resume on Monday through China’s Bank of Kunlun, the key Chinese conduit for transactions with Iranian banks. Iran’s monthly imports from China stands at around $1 billion, the official noted, saying the disruption to bilateral trade over the past two...

5 December 2018 15:16

US President Donald Trump has threatened to impose new tariffs on Chinese goods despite a 90-day trade truce ​​​​​​between the world's two largest economies. The White House said on Saturday that the US and China had agreed to temporarily stop their trade war following high-stake talks between Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires. However,...

28 November 2018 15:23

Head of Iran-China Chamber of Commerce Asadollah Asgaroladi announced on Wednesday that the problems related to Beijing's payment for crude purchased from Tehran have been resolved. "A Chinese bank will start its banking exchanges with the Iranian side on December 2," Asgaroladi said. He added that oil sales to China will start next week and its money will be paid to Iran...

26 November 2018 16:08

Tehran says China’s state-owned energy giant CNPC has replaced Total in the multibillion-dollar South Pars gas project after the French company left Iran due to the return of US sanctions. Iran’s Petroleum Minister Bijan Zangeneh told the ICANA news agency on Sunday that CNPC will begin operations in the project, without providing further details. “China’s CNPC company has officially replaced Total in phase 11 of South Pars,...

24 November 2018 15:56

  China is said to be preparing to resume imports of crude oil from Iran in what analysts say could allay fears that US sanctions on the major producer would constrain global supplies.  Bloomberg quoted informed people as saying that China would start loading as much as 360,000 barrels per day of Iranian crude oil again before the end of November after...

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