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Bumpy beginning for Obama in China, starting on the tarmac - Minneapolis Star Tribune

HANGZHOU, China — If President Barack Obama was hoping for a graceful start to his final trip to Asia as commander in chief, this wasn't it. Confrontations between Chinese officials and White House staff and other diplomatic dust-ups were out in the ...and more »

China, US commit to refrain from competitive currency devaluations - Business Insider

A clerk counts Chinese yuan and U.S. dollar banknotes at a branch of Bank of China in Taiyuan Thomson Reuters HANGZHOU, China (Reuters) - China and the United States on Sunday committed anew to refrain from competitive currency devaluations, and ...and more »

Breakthrough as US and China agree to ratify Paris climate deal - The Guardian

Campaigners hail key moment in battle against global warming as presidents Obama and Xi announce deal on eve of G20 summit in Hangzhou. Tom Phillips in Beijing, Fiona Harvey and Alan Yuhas. Sat 3 Sep 2016 10.12 EDT First published on Sat 3 Sep ...and more »

Rare Harmony as China and US Commit to Climate Deal - New York Times

HANGZHOU, China — President Obama and President Xi Jinping of China formally committed the world's two largest economies to the Paris climate agreement here on Saturday, cementing their partnership on climate change and offering a rare display of ...and more »

Xi Jinping Meets with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey - MFA China

On September 3, 2016, President Xi Jinping met in Hangzhou with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, who was in China for the G20 Hangzhou Summit. Xi Jinping pointed out that Turkey successfully hosted the G20 Antalya Summit last year and ...and more »

Obama Plays Down Confrontation With China Over His Plane's Stairs - New York Times

HANGZHOU, China — When Air Force One taxied to a stop in eastern China on Saturday afternoon, American and Chinese officials had already engaged in a lengthy, heated dispute over the most mundane of issues: How would the president depart his ...and more »

Global media coverage of G20 Summit - CCTV

With a heavy media presence covering the G20 summit both in Hangzhou and abroad, our CCTV correspondent takes a look at some of the media focus and reporting outside of China. This is the first time the G-20 summit has been held in China. President Xi ...and more »

G20 Summit Gala dazzles world leaders - CCTV

G20 leaders were captivated by a performance at the G20 Summit Gala, called the Impression West Lake Show. The show was staged with the majestic West Lake as its backdrop, featuring a light show, music, fountains and dance performances. Artists dance ...and more »

Malcolm Turnbull pushes back on foreign investment after Xi meeting - The Guardian

Prime minister says Chinese investors are very welcome, 'but China understands as well if not better than anyone – our sovereign right to determine who invests in Australia'. Guardian staff and agencies. Sun 4 Sep 2016 05.38 EDT First published on Sat ...and more »

President Obama and Chinese President Xi will officially join the Paris Climate Treaty on 3rd September - Global Warming (blog)

by Myron Ebell on September 2, 2016. in Blog, Features, Politics. U. S. President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping will announce that their two countries are officially joining the Paris Climate Treaty when they meet on Saturday, 3rd ...and more »