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clude the fact that the two sides still have a difference over China’s purchase value of US products, he added.
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Gao Feng, spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce, said on Thursday that if China and t
he US could reach a trade deal, the US must eliminate all tariffs that have been imposed on Chinese imports.爱上海同城对对碰
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“The US side should become aware of China’s sincerity in pushing forward with trade talks, as well as the country’s concr
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des can possibly solve trade issues, their confrontation over technology would continue to intensify.
“Such an argument was influenced by the so-called ‘China threat theory’, and was exaggerate
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inese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation under the Ministry of Commerce.
China has urged its young guns to play their part in making this year’s FIBA World Cup
a tournament to remember after the host nation discovered its group-stage opponents over the weekend.
Saturday’s star-studded draw ceremony at Shenzhen Bay Arena, where the 32 teams were assigned to eight groups, heig
htened anticipation levels for the event, which will be staged from Aug 31-Sept 15 in eight Chinese cities.
Rising forces such as Spain and Argentina are expected to pose a stiff challenge to t
wo-time defending champion the United States, but after being drawn in a relatively easy Group A with
Cote d’Ivoire, Poland and Venezuela, Team China is also planning to make its mark.
“After the dust settles, I would love to hear from our players that they’ve done their utmost and they’ve made their coun
try proud,” said Yao Ming, chairman of the Chinese Basketball Association, at the ceremony.
and thus successfully averted gales and huge waves as high as 8 meters, according to the weatherman aboard the ship, Wang Lei.
For example, with no ice areas in Prydz Bay to shelter the ship, Xuelong had to de
part from Zhongshan one day earlier than scheduled in order not be blocked by a whole gale and huge waves. After
leaving the bay, it was first headed northwest to the marine-based west Antarctic ice sheet.
”Then a strong cyclone is moving to us and its resulting waves will block our way to north,” Wang said.
Due to the weather, Xuelong chose to sail westward at the edge of the westerlies to reach a haven area between two moving
cyclones, where it had spent two days before huge waves again blocked its way northward.
”After that, Xuelong had spent about 20 hours in waters east to the Kerguelan Is
lands in order to stay away from the winds and waves on Wednesday,” Shen said.
structural optimization from the previous month, which is reflected by the pickup in medium
and long-term lending and the continuous increase in bond financing. Looking ahead, such structural improvement is likely to co
ntinue, further boosting the supportive role of “loose credit supply” in “stabilizing growth.”
From the external perspective, the following three factors are expected to support the Chinese
yuan’s exchange rate to regain long-term stability, thus enhancing the autonomy of China’s monetary policy.
First, developed economies have slowed their pace of tightening. Since the end of 2018, due to the stalling global recovery and
signs of a returning crisis, central banks of various developed economies have become more cautious toward the no
rmalization of monetary policy. The European Central Bank, the Bank of England, and the Reserve Bank of Australia successively lowered their fo
recast for economic growth. In the US, the dovish voice inside the Fed has gradually increased. Because of this, si
nce late January, the yield inversion of short-term government bonds in China and the US has been eased. Thus, despite the
monetary policy differentiation between China and other major developed economies, the degree of d
ivergence is expected to decline, weakening the long-term pressure on the yuan’s exchange rate.
China’s research icebreaker Xuelong, with 126 crew members aboard on the 35th Antarc
tic research mission, on Thursday local time left the Zhongshan Station on its way back to China.
Snow Eagle 601, China’s first fixed-wing aircraft for polar flight, on Th
ursday night also departed from the Antarctic after completing all assignments.
Xuelong arrived near Zhongshan on Feb 9. It supplied the station with fuel oil, then picked up summer exped
ition team members at the Kunlun, Taishan and Zhongshan stations, as well as members of the fixed-wing aircraft project.
Sixteen members of the Kunlun team previously completed all scientific expeditions at Dome Argus (Dome A), the So
uth Pole’s highest icecap. They, together with 21 members of the Taishan team, returned to Zhongshan on Feb. 8.
The Zhongshan team completed tasks including installation of and tests for LiDAR, drilling of ice bedrock, aa
tmospheric sounding observation, surveys of birds and aerial exploration carried out by the fixed-wing aircraft.
As the summer expedition team at Zhongshan left, 19 members stay for winter expeditions.
Also known as the Snow Dragon, the icebreaker carrying a research team set sail from Shanghai on Nov 2 last year, beg
inning the country’s 35th Antarctic expedition. It is expected to arrive in Shanghai in mid-March.