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17 July 2018 14:07

  Indications are growing that Chinese companies are scrapping plans to purchase oil from the United States and are instead turning to Iran for imports in what appears to be a result of escalating trade tariff war between Beijing and Washington.   Sinopec, Asia’s top refiner, was quoted by media as announcing that it planned to limit purchases of oil from the...

17 July 2018 14:05

  China’s largest independent oil refinery has stopped buying crude from the United States, switching to Iranian oil purchases, amid a trade war with the US and despite American attempts to dissuade other countries from purchasing crude from Iran. The Chinese ShanDong Dongming Petrochemical Group announced the development on its official website on Monday but gave no further details. That policy shift comes...

14 July 2018 11:36

Senior intelligence officials from Iran, Russia, China, and Pakistan have reportedly reached an agreement to join efforts against Daesh terror group in Afghanistan. The officials agreed over integrated efforts for rooting out the outfit from Afghanistan during a meeting in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad, English-language Pakistani daily The Nation reported on Friday, citing defense sources. Sergei Ivanov, the chief of the press bureau...

13 July 2018 14:56

  The US trade deficit with China increased sharply in May, even as America’s trade gap as a whole dropped, underscoring the economic tensions between the world's two biggest economies. The US Commerce Department said Friday that the May trade deficit -- the difference between what the US exports and what it imports -- fell 6.6 percent to $43.1 billion, the smallest...

13 July 2018 7:07

  An explosion at a chemical plant in China has killed 19 people and injured 12, the local government said on Friday, the latest deadly industrial incident in the world's largest producer of chemicals. It is not yet clear what caused Thursday evening's blast at Yibin Hengda Technology in an industrial park several hours southeast of Chengdu, the capital of the...

12 July 2018 8:22

  For months, a major recycling facility for the greater Baltimore-Washington area has been facing a big problem: it has to pay to get rid of huge amounts of paper and plastic it would normally sell to China. Beijing is no longer buying, claiming the recycled materials are "contaminated." For sure, the 900 tons of trash dumped at all hours of the day...

6 July 2018 18:24

China pledges retaliation as US tariffs on $34 billion in Chinese imports take effect, putting the world's two biggest economies on a high-stake road towards all-out trade conflict.  China's Commerce Ministry said in a statement shortly after a deadline passed Friday that it will levy 25 percent duties on $34 billion worth of imported US goods including autos and agricultural products. "China promised to not fire the first shot, but...

5 July 2018 18:03

China says the United States is “opening fire” on the global economy and damaging the international supply chains by imposing tariffs on products from China and other countries, as controversial US duties on Chinese goods worth tens of billions are due to come into force at midnight Thursday. “The US measures are essentially attacking global supply and value chains. To put...

3 July 2018 17:12

China has issued a new travel warning for Chinese nationals traveling to the United States, citing concerns about rising public insecurity in America. China’s Embassy in Washington warned Chinese tourists to be vigilant over such matters as expensive medical bills, the threats of public shootings and robberies, searches and seizures by customs agents, telecommunications fraud, and natural disasters. “Public security in the...

27 June 2018 13:09

US Defense Secretary James Mattis has met his Chinese counterpart in Beijing amid increasing tensions between Washington and Beijing over the South China Sea and President Donald Trump’s trade policy.  Mattis arrived Wednesday on his first tour to the Asian country in what seems to be a bid to find areas of cooperation despite a mounting military rivalry between the two...

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