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China rebuffs Germany's call for U.S. missile deal with Russia
MUNICH (Reuters) - China rejected on Saturday German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s appeal to join a Cold War-era arms control treaty that the United States accuses Russia of breaching, saying it would pl...

China and U.S. to Continue Trade Talks Next Week
BEIJING — United States officials said on Friday that they had made “progress” during a week of trade talks with their Chinese counterparts, but big sticking points remain and the two sides plan to co...

Pacific islands may pivot to China, as Beijing seeks to isolate Taiwan
Pacific Island nations will seek new, stronger ties with China this year, despite concerns from traditional allies, one of the region’s most senior diplomats has pledged. In a speech this month in Por...

Chancellor Philip Hammond's visit to China not going ahead
A visit to China by Chancellor Phillip Hammond has been called off amid reports a speech by the UK's defence secretary angered Beijing. There were plans for trade talks between Mr Hammond and senior C...

Gavin Williamson at centre of row over chancellor’s cancelled China trip
Defence secretary Gavin Williamson has been blamed for offending the Chinese government. Photograph: Ronald Wittek/EPA The defence secretary, Gavin Williamson, was at the centre of a growing cabinet r...

China and Russia Team Up for Push to Split U.S. From NATO Allies
If China and the U.S. are in the midst of a divorce, Europeans look increasingly like the children. That was the impression given by a series of back-to-back appearances on Saturday, from U.S. Preside...

Trump to receive China trade talks update at Florida retreat
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China's first big-budget sci-fi blockbuster hits jackpot
A disaster movie that saw Beijing and Shanghai inauspiciously destroyed has drawn millions of Chinese to the cinema, edging out the usual feel-good comedies or action flicks to top the box-office taki...

Disarmament efforts must include China as well as US, Russia: Merkel
Munich (Germany) (AFP) - China must be involved in international disarmament efforts, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday, amid rising concern about Beijing's missile arsenal and the suspens...

China’s Property Market, Once a Lifeline, Now Carries Economic Risks
SHANGRAO, China—Investors were pouring into this sleepy city in southeastern China until late last year to scoop up apartments as new high-rise projects mushroomed. Then sentiment turned. Unsold units ...

Graham: US should be stronger on Canadians detained in China
MUNICH — U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham said Friday the response by the United States to China detaining two Canadians in apparent retaliation for the arrest of a Chinese Huawei executive has not been stron...

Bank lending for 'real economy' key to boost China growth: central bank official
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China should encourage its banks to support smaller, private firms in the real economy, rather than forced lending or policies such as quantitative easing, a state newspaper quote...