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US unilateralism cannot harm Iran, China: Larijani

In Beijing, Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has said  America’s hostile unilateral policies, including the imposition of sanctions and trade tariffs on other countries, will fail to harm world nations, including Iran and China. Addressing students and professors at Renmin University of China in Beijing on Tuesday, Larijani said that unbridled unilateralism is not acceptable to world nations, paticularly Iran and China, in…

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Iran, China seeking to deepen ‘strategic partnership’

Top diplomats of Iran and China have emphasized the two nations’ determination to promote their “strategic” relations in various areas as a high-ranking delegation from Tehran visits Beijing for talks. During a meeting on Tuesday with Chinese State Councilor Wang Yi in Beijing, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Tehran views the “strategic partnership between Iran and China as…

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US cannot crush us: Huawei founder

The founder of China’s electronics giant Huawei says a campaign of pressure by the United States targeting his company will fail to “crush” the firm. The US has filed 23 charges against Huawei and Meng Wanzhou, who is the daughter of Huawei’s founder — Ren Zhengfei — and the chief financial officer of the company. Meng was arrested in Canada in December last…

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China to develop missiles as West ups military spending

China has rejected Germany’s appeal to join a Cold War-era arms control treaty from which the United States unilaterally withdrew this month, saying it would place unfair limits on the Chinese military. Chancellor Angela Merkel made the appeal at the 2019 Munich Security Conference and called on China to join negotiations about saving the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. Merkel warned that the withdrawal…

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China, US begin official trade talks in Beijing

Negotiators from China and the United States have begun official trade talks in the Chinese capital, Beijing, in an attempt to prevent a festering of an ongoing dispute between their two countries. The new round of high-level economic and trade consultations was kicked off in the Chinese capital on Thursday morning by China’s top economic czar, Liu He, and Yi…

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Pakistan to export donkeys to China, aims to earn millions

Pakistan, which has the third largest donkey population in the world, will export the animal to China, opening the avenue to earn millions from the trade, according to a media report. Donkeys are highly prized in China, especially for their hide which is used to manufacture traditional Chinese medicines. Gelatin made from donkey skin has been long considered to have…

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Iran’s Atomic Chief Concerned with China’s Slow Pace in Arak Reactor Modernization

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi complained about China’s low speed in contributing its role in the modernization of Arak heavy water reactor based on the 2015 nuclear deal, warning that the country could replace the Chinese companies with its own experts. “A workgroup, consisting of Iran, the US and China, was formed (after…

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China: US crackdown on Huawei unreasonable suppression

China says the United States’ legal measures against Chinese electronics giant Huawei are prompted by “political manipulations,” following a move by Washington to formally indict the chief financial officer of the company. “For some time, the US has used state power to discredit and crack down on specific Chinese companies in an attempt to strangle the enterprises’ legitimate and legal…

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Syria, China condemn US ‘interference’ in Venezuela’s domestic affairs

Syria and China, among other countries, have condemned US interference in Venezuela, after Washington recognized opposition leader Juan Guaido, who declared himself president, as interim leader. Damascus has strongly censured US President Donald Trump’s administration for its “interference” in the South American country’s internal affairs after the White House recognized the self-proclamation of Guaido, the head of the opposition-controlled National…

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Great Satan US angers China by sailing warships through Taiwan Strait

The US Navy has dispatched two warships through the Taiwan Strait in the third such operation in the past four months amid tensions with China, which regards Taiwan as a breakaway republic. The Japan-based American guided missile destroyer USS McCampbell as well as the USNS Walter S. Diehl conducted what US Pacific Fleet spokesman Lt. Cmdr. Tim Gorman described on…

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