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With Trump as US president, Taiwan's military exchanges with America tipped to rise: analysts - South China Morning Post;

With Trump as US president, Taiwan's military exchanges with America tipped to rise: analysts - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostWith Trump as US president, Taiwan's military exchanges with America tipped to rise: analystsSouth China Morning PostWith Donald Trump now in office as the US President, Taiwan's military exchanges with the United States are tipped to increase to a level that is certain to draw protests from Beijing, analysts said. But it remained to be seen whether Trump was willing ...and more »

China can best answer Trump's trade threats by improving its own economy - South China Morning Post;

China can best answer Trump's trade threats by improving its own economy - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostChina can best answer Trump's trade threats by improving its own economySouth China Morning PostBeijing has good reason to worry about Donald Trump. The US president's threats of a trade war are not empty; they look real after he appointed China critics Peter Navarro and Robert Lighthizer to key trade posts. A full-blown trade war would be bad ...and more »

Industry leaders brace for bumpy ride - China Post;

Industry leaders brace for bumpy ride - China Post

China PostIndustry leaders brace for bumpy rideChina PostThe heads of several business groups warned that the U.S.' impending withdrawal from the mooted multilateral trade deal would hit jobs, exports and Taiwan's currency, urging the government to explore a bilateral trade deal to cushion the blow ...and more »

Donald Trump's inauguration: China reacts with nervousness and hope - Times of India;

Donald Trump's inauguration: China reacts with nervousness and hope - Times of India

Times of IndiaDonald Trump's inauguration: China reacts with nervousness and hopeTimes of IndiaBEIJING: China reacted to Donald Trump's inauguration as US president with a mixture of nervousness and a desperate hope that he would not implement threats about restricting Chinese trade and investments. Premier Li Keqiang announced that China will ...and more »

Chinese media wary of President Trump - BBC News;

Chinese media wary of President Trump - BBC News

BBC NewsChinese media wary of President TrumpBBC NewsThe mood in China regarding Donald Trump's presidency ranges from one of caution to apprehension. The media here were ordered to tread carefully when covering Mr Trump's inauguration. We know this because government censorship instructions were ...and more »

Trump cannot 'sell out' Taiwan's interests: former premier - China Post;

Trump cannot 'sell out' Taiwan's interests: former premier - China Post

China PostTrump cannot 'sell out' Taiwan's interests: former premierChina PostWASHINGTON -- Former Premier Yu Shyi-kun (游錫 ) said Friday that he has asked about the possibility of U.S. President Donald Trump "selling out" Taiwan and got a reassurance from Edwin Feulner, a former president of the Heritage Foundation, ...and more »

No turning back the tide of globalization - CRIENGLISH.com;

No turning back the tide of globalization - CRIENGLISH.com

CRIENGLISH.comNo turning back the tide of globalizationCRIENGLISH.comDelivering his keynote speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Tuesday, President Xi Jinping reiterated China's commitment to opening-up and its firm opposition to trade protectionism. [Photo: 51wendang.com]. By Jiang Shixue.and more »

China to Have Fewer Tools to Keep Economy Humming in 2017 - Wall Street Journal;

China to Have Fewer Tools to Keep Economy Humming in 2017 - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalChina to Have Fewer Tools to Keep Economy Humming in 2017Wall Street JournalBEIJING—The monetary easing and strong property market that buoyed China's economic growth last year are petering out, leaving policy makers with fewer tools to keep the economy humming steadily in an important political year. Pushed ahead by a ...and more »

Views of Trump's likely economic impact divide into two camps - Irish Times;

Views of Trump's likely economic impact divide into two camps - Irish Times

Irish TimesViews of Trump's likely economic impact divide into two campsIrish TimesUS stockmarkets had risen steadily since the presidential election until a fall-off in the run up to Friday's inauguration broke the winning run. As the new president spoke, shares came off the highs reached earlier in the day, and the US dollar eased ...and more »

Chinese media warns of 'dramatic changes' and discord after Trump's inaugural speech - The Guardian;

Chinese media warns of 'dramatic changes' and discord after Trump's inaugural speech - The Guardian

The GuardianChinese media warns of 'dramatic changes' and discord after Trump's inaugural speechThe GuardianChinese newspapers say the Trump administration will be 'igniting many fires' on its front door and around the world. Photograph: Aly Song/Reuters. Trump administration. Chinese media warns of 'dramatic changes' and discord after Trump's inaugural ...and more »

Davos: globalisation is in trouble but populism is not the answer - Irish Times;

Davos: globalisation is in trouble but populism is not the answer - Irish Times

Irish TimesDavos: globalisation is in trouble but populism is not the answerIrish TimesIt was a sight that many thought they would never see. On Tuesday, Chinese president Xi Jinping took to the main stage in Davos to deliver the opening plenary address of the World Economic Forum. Addressing a packed hall, the Chinese premier delivered ...and more »

China expecting 'grim, complex' situation in relations with Taiwan this year, senior official says - ABC Online;

China expecting 'grim, complex' situation in relations with Taiwan this year, senior official says - ABC Online

ABC OnlineChina expecting 'grim, complex' situation in relations with Taiwan this year, senior official saysABC OnlineRelations between China and Taiwan this year will be "even more complex and grim" and Beijing will resolutely oppose any form of separatist activity, a senior Chinese official said, but added China would also maintain peace and stability.and more »

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Taiwan dismisses "petty" concerns of China over Trump's inauguration - China Post

China PostTaiwan dismisses "petty" concerns of China over Trump's inaugurationChina PostWASHINGTON — The leader of Taiwan's delegation to the U.S. presidential inauguration dismissed as "small-minded" China's strong objections to his attendance Friday. Former Premier Yu Shyi-kun told The Associated Press "it's hard to believe that a ...and more »

Chinese media downplay Trump inauguration ... but internet users didn't seem interested either - South China Morning Post;

Chinese media downplay Trump inauguration ... but internet users didn't seem interested either - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostChinese media downplay Trump inauguration ... but internet users didn't seem interested eitherSouth China Morning PostOn the day Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, his inauguration hardly made a ripple in newspapers and news sites across China as the Chinese media sought to downplay coverage of the event. On Saturday morning ...and more »

Commentary: As Trump takes office, cooperation best option for US-China ties, global interests - Xinhua

Commentary: As Trump takes office, cooperation best option for US-China ties, global interestsXinhuaBEIJING, Jan. 21 (Xinhua) -- Donald Trump became the new U.S. president on Friday. He deserves to be congratulated for assuming such a critical office at such a critical moment. The world expects him to deal with the U.S. and global challenges with ...and more »

Entering a challenging 2017 with decent momentum - Chinadaily USA;

Entering a challenging 2017 with decent momentum - Chinadaily USA

Chinadaily USAEntering a challenging 2017 with decent momentumChinadaily USAWhile both global trade and China's economy enter 2017 with decent growth momentum, we expect GDP growth to ease to 6.3 percent this year due to a harsher climate for China's exports in the US, slower real estate investment and, importantly, a change ...and more »

China must prepare for the worst in dealings with US under Donald Trump, experts say - South China Morning Post;

China must prepare for the worst in dealings with US under Donald Trump, experts say - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostChina must prepare for the worst in dealings with US under Donald Trump, experts saySouth China Morning PostBeijing should brace itself for confrontation with Washington and greater complexity in regional security after Donald Trump pledged to put “America first” during his inaugural address, Chinese and regional observers said. Pundits were closely ...and more »

Taiwan envoy hails US ties after President Trump's inauguration - South China Morning Post;

Taiwan envoy hails US ties after President Trump's inauguration - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostTaiwan envoy hails US ties after President Trump's inaugurationSouth China Morning PostThe leader of a Taiwanese delegation that defied mainland Chinese anger to attend US President Donald Trump's inauguration said on Friday that US-Taiwan ties were at an “historic high”. Former premier Yu Shyi-kun, who headed the Taiwanese ...and more »

Is Trump about to turn America's back on Asia? - South China Morning Post;

Is Trump about to turn America's back on Asia? - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostIs Trump about to turn America's back on Asia?South China Morning PostUsing the same Bible that Abraham Lincoln used at his inauguration, Donald Trump, amid pomp and protest, was sworn in on January 20 as the 45th president of the United States of America. More than 150 years ago, with civil war looming, Lincoln had ...and more »

China to continue higher-level opening up: premier - Xinhua;

China to continue higher-level opening up: premier - Xinhua

XinhuaChina to continue higher-level opening up: premierXinhuaChinese Premier Li Keqiang meets with foreign experts working in China prior to the Lunar Chinese New Year, in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 20, 2017. (Xinhua/Pang Xinglei). BEIJING, Jan. 20 (Xinhua) -- China will continue to promote a new round of ...and more »