Chinese farm official says 'good outcome' from trade talks: State media
BEIJING: China did not cancel planned visits to farms in the United States because of challenges in trade negotiations with the US, the country's ...
The farm visits were planned separately to the trade talks, and the US side has said they will send out another invite another time, Han said, according to the report.Read more: CNA
Hong Kong a 'police state,' prominent protesters tell AFPHong Kong is a 'police state' where officers -- once dubbed 'Asia's finest' -- are conducting abuses in the service of the city's pro-Beijing ...
Trump calls China a 'threat to the world' as trade talks approachWASHINGTON (NY TIMES)- President Donald Trump said Friday (Sept 20) that China was a 'threat to the world' and suggested Beijing was eager to make a trade deal because his tariffs were hurting the Chinese economy, coarsening his tone as the two countries prepared to resume negotiations.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye?
Chinese Journalists Will Soon Be Tested On Their 'Loyalty' To Xi JinpingThe journalists will soon reportedly be required to pass a test grading their understanding of President Xi Jinping’s political teachings, as well as their loyalty to the Chinese leader.
China says Maldives is not 'mired in a Chinese debt trap'BEIJING (REUTERS) - The Maldives are not 'mired in a Chinese debt trap', the Chinese government's top diplomat told the visiting Maldivian foreign minister, amid fears in the Indian Ocean country of debts as high as US$3 billion (S$4 billion) owing to Beijing.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Mitsubishi says Singapore-based oil trader lost US$320m in unauthorised tradesMITSUBISHI Corp, Japan's biggest trading house by revenue, said on Friday a trader at its Singapore-based unit has lost US$320 million through unauthorised transactions in crude oil derivatives, and the matter has been reported to the police. Read more at The Business Times.
Chinese property tycoon in London says Brexit making potential investors nervousThe man behind a £1.7 billion (US$2.1 billion) property development on the banks of the River Thames says the ongoing uncertainty surrounding Brexit is making his clients nervous about the future of London and Britain.Xu Weiping, chairman of developer Advanced Business Park (ABP) said he had invested