Tag: trade-war

The BMW concept car X7 is seen at the Beijing Auto Show in Beijing on April 25, 2018. Canada's export scheme to China of high end luxury cars and SUVs such as the BMW X5, X7, the Mercedes GL, and Porsche Panamera have been linked to money laundering in an extensive investigation.
BMW, Mercedes Export Scheme to China Plagues Canadian Dealers
A long-running operation to export brand new luxury vehicles from Canada to China for sale in the mainland’s grey market has left dealers and manufacturers vexed, the government paying too much in administrative overhead, and...
The partial solar eclipse is seen through clouds on 26th December, 2019 in Kunming, Yunnan, China. Joe Biden’s update to Trump’s 2020 Executive Order on Communist Chinese Military Companies has released the CCP’s largest supercomputer maker, Sugon, from sanctions.
China’s Military Supercomputer Maker Sugon Freed In Biden’s Revision to China Blacklist
The Biden administration’s recent update to former President Donald Trump’s November of 2020 Executive Order restricting companies associated with Beijing’s military quietly removed 16 entities from the grasp of U.S. federal sanctions. In its original...
Chinese school children take part in a Communist Party photo opportunity in Shaanxi Province on May 10, 2021. A Chinese student had his visa suspended because his father is a police officer in one of four CCP security organs. The dispute appears to arise from China refusing to accept deported nationals in a timely manner.
US Suspends Visa of Chinese Student Because Father Is a Police Officer
South China Morning Post reported that a Chinese student who had been accepted into almost 10 different American universities as a computer science student has had their visa suspended because the student's father is a...
A general view shows the front entrance of the Schwarzman college at the Tsinghua university in Beijing on September 10, 2016. The Chinese Communist Party’s intellectual property theft and asymmetric foreign policy has led to vexing losses for the free world.
Communist China’s Plagiarism and Asymmetric Foreign Policy
At a recent lecture at Tsinghua University in Beijing, marketing expert and visiting professor, Zang Qichao, boasted about the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) strategy of modeling business practices and operations after stolen intellectual property (IP)...
Di Dongsheng has boasted about the Chinese Communist Party's influence U.S. elites, including Wall Street and Joe Biden. Here, Di, an associate dean of international relations at China's Renmin University, gives a speech in Shanghai on November 28, 2020.
Chinese Professor: ‘At the Top of America’s Core Inner Circle of Power, We Have Our Old Friends’
The Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight program recently showed a video of an explosive revelation made by a Chinese professor. The professor, Di Dongsheng, is an associate dean of the School of International Studies at...
US and China Reach ‘Phase One’ Trade Deal, but Implementation Is Up to Beijing
After a year and a half of escalations in the Sino-U.S. trade war, officials in Washington and Beijing have announced the completion of a “phase one” trade deal.  While the deal represents a bright spot...
Trump Admin: No Rush to Sign Deal With China Before 2020 Election
U.S. President Donald Trump and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross have indicated that Washington has no deadline for a trade deal with China, with the president saying that it could wait until after the...
Pence Criticizes Chinese Regime, Affirms Support for Democratic Values in Policy Address
In a 40-minute speech delivered Oct. 24, Vice President Mike Pence criticized the communist Chinese authorities for continued violations of human rights and pernicious trade practices, while stressing America’s support for democracy in Hong Kong...
Trump Announces New Tariffs, Covering Almost All Chinese Exports
On Aug. 1, the day after U.S. and Chinese trade officials met in Shanghai to restart talks, U.S. President Donald Trump said via Twitter that his administration would impose new tariffs on US$300 billion worth...
Why the US Government Blacklisted China’s Huawei
Half a year after the arrest of its chief financial officer by Canadian police, the world’s biggest telecommunication firm suffered a new blow after the U.S. government put it on a list that effectively bans...
First Swine Fever, Now a Plague of Armyworms Threatens China’s Food
The crop-eating fall armyworm has been found in 11 provinces in China as of May 9, now threatening production of staples such as corn, rice, and wheat in about a third of the country since...
Trump Could Maintain Tariffs on China for a ‘Substantial Period’
Ahead of a much-anticipated new round of talks between Beijing and Washington, President Donald Trump said on March 20 that the United States could keep its tariffs active on China for a “substantial period.” According...