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US at ‘economic war’ with China, says Trump advisor Steve Bannon
“One of us is going to be a hegemon in 25 or 30 years and it’s gonna be them if we go down this path,” Bannon was quoted as saying.
IMF warns on Chinese credit boom
The International Monetary Fund has warned that China's credit growth is on a ‘dangerous trajectory’.
China, Philippines agree on modus vivendi in South China Sea
The foreign ministries of China and the Philippines have found a ‘way to get along’ by banning new construction in the South China Sea as the two nations seek to enhance bilateral ties.
China reiterates calls for restraint in Korean Peninsula standoff
China urges all sides to put out fire and maintain restraint on the Korean Peninsula as a war of words has increasingly ratcheted up between North Korea and the United States in recent weeks.
China warns of retaliation as Trump launches trade probe
Trade tensions between the United States and China heated up on Tuesday as Beijing warned that it "will not sit idle" if a US probe into its intellectual property practices leads to sanctions.
Chinese economy addicted to debt
In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, China’s manufacturing and export dependent economy crumpled and the ruling Communist Party panicked.
China issues order to implement UN sanctions on North Korea
China's Commerce Ministry issued a ban effective from today on several imports from North Korea, including coal, iron ore, lead concentrates and ore, lead and seafood, a move that is in line with UN sanctions announced this month.
China fights for final victory over poverty
In the late 1930s, when the generals and soldiers of the Communist Party of China (CPC) established a revolutionary base in Lyuliang in north China's Shanxi Province, they didn't know this mountain city would remain poor 80 years later.
China industrial output slows sharply in July
China's industrial output, a key engine of growth, slowed sharply in July as government efforts to rein in debt weighed on demand and economic activity, official data showed on Monday.
Iran, China to promote banking cooperation
Iran and China have called for establishing cooperation between bank brokers from the two countries while underlining the need to establish Chinese banks' branches in Iran.
Chinese consumer confidence continues  to rise
Chinese consumers continued to show more willingness to spend as well as optimism about personal income growth and employment opportunities thanks to a stabilizing economy, according to a survey.
China's Xi urges Trump to avoid exacerbating N. Korea tensions
Chinese leader Xi Jinping urged US President Donald Trump on Saturday to avoid rhetoric that could inflame tensions with North Korea as an escalating war of words raised global alarm.
Russian experts confident China-Russia trade to reach $80b in 2017
Growth of two-way trade between China and Russia has been picking up speed, and is most likely to reach the previously set goal of $80 billion this year, Russian experts have said.
China's economic problems are exactly  why its global influence is expanding
Slowing economic growth in China is spurring its top leadership to expand the country's influence beyond its shores — a development that was most recently on display at an annual forum of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
China reports no major collapses following powerful quake in Sichuan
Chinese monitors say they’ve detected multiple landslides but no major building collapses following a powerful earthquake in the country’s mountainous southwest that killed at least 19 people.

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