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Progress made as China buys US soybeans
29th July 2019

 Millions of tons of American soybeans have been shipped out to China, the latest progress in the purchase of US agricultural products by Chinese enterprises after a June meeting of the two heads of state in Osaka, official sources said on Sunday.

 
Meanwhile, the US administration has announced the exemption of additional tariffs imposed on 110 items of Chinese industrial products and expressed its willingness to prompt the US businesses to continue providing supplies for related Chinese enterprises.
 
These have shown the two sides’ readiness to implement the consensus reached by the two heads of state in Osaka, according to sources with the National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Commerce.
 
The US-China trade war has curbed the export of US crops to China, with soybean sales falling sharply after Beijing slapped tariffs of 25 percent on American cargoes.
 
Since July 19, some Chinese firms have inquired with US suppliers about the new purchases of US farm produce including soybeans, cotton, pork and sorghum. Currently, a batch of deals have been made in line with market conditions.
 
The Chinese enterprises involved have applied for the lifting of additional tariffs on some of the US farm produce, and the Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council will handle their applications according to stipulated procedures.
 
Chinese enterprises will continue to make inquiries based on domestic market demand about the purchase of US agricultural products including soybeans, cotton, pork, sorghum, wheat, corn and dairy products.
 
Additional deals are expected to be made as long as the US products are reasonably priced and of premium quality.
 
Chinese and US negotiators are set to meet in Shanghai this week for the first time since the summit, with talks to start on tomorrow.
 
China brought in 614,805 tons of soybeans from the United States in June, down 2.5 percent from June 2018 and down 37 percent from 977,024 tons in May, customs data released on Saturday showed.
 
The sources said that the US side should take concrete measures to fulfill its promises and create favorable conditions for the economic and trade consultations between the two sides.
 
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 29,2019
Death toll rises to 15 in SW China landslide
25th July 2019

 The death toll has risen to 15 after a landslide hit southwest China's Guizhou Province, local authorities said Thursday.

 
As of 8am Thursday, 15 people had been found dead, another 11 were rescued, and an estimated 30 remained missing.
 
At about 9:20pm Tuesday, a landslide lashed a village in Shuicheng County of the city of Liupanshui, burying 21 houses. More than 50 people were living in the affected area when the landslide struck, according to rescuers.
 
The 11 rescued are receiving treatment at hospitals. Rescue work is still underway.
 
"I heard a rumbling when the slide struck, and my house collapsed not long after I ran out of it," said Mao Changshun, a villager who was under treatment for two broken ribs and head injuries.
 
"Family is my hope, and I'm holding on," Mao said, insisting on walking by himself outside the ward.
 
Rescuers are also plodding through the mud, searching for any possible sign of life. Personnel from medical, emergency, transportation and other departments are holding their positions in the site.
 
"Rescue forces will never give up hope and will spare no effort in their search and rescue work," said Lei Bangyuan with the emergency rescue team.
 
As of Wednesday night, more than 20 large-scale excavators and over 100 rescue vehicles have been sent to the site. Rescuers also set up more than 100 tents to help with the rescue work. Relief goods including food and medicine have been sent to the site.
 
A state-level emergency medical team called up by the National Health Commission has arrived at the site, with three leading medical experts from Beijing helping local doctors treat the injured.
 
A 30-million-yuan (US$4.35 million) disaster relief fund has been allocated by the ministries of finance and emergency management and will be used to support the search, rescue and relocation of victims, as well as other disaster relief work.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 25, 2019
China issues white paper on national defense in new era
24th July 2019

 China on Wednesday issued a white paper to expound on its defensive national defense policy in the new era and explain the practice, purposes and significance of China's efforts to build a fortified national defense and a strong military.

 
The white paper titled "China's National Defense in the New Era," consisting of 27,000 Chinese characters, was released by the State Council Information Office, with a view to helping the international community better understand China's national defense.
 
The main body of the white paper was divided into six sections: the international security situation, China's defensive national defense policy in the new era, fulfilling the missions and tasks of China's armed forces in the new era, reform in China's national defense and armed forces, reasonable and appropriate defense expenditure, and actively contributing to building a community with a shared future for mankind.
 
It is the 10th white paper on national defense the Chinese government has issued since 1998 and the first comprehensive one since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in 2012.
 
A number of figures were also used in the white paper and 10 tables on topics such as the breakdown of China's defense expenditure and international cooperation activities were added as appendices.
 
Win-win cooperation remain the irreversible trends of the times, the white paper noted, adding that there are prominent destabilizing factors and uncertainties in international security, and the world is not yet a tranquil place.
 
China firmly believes that hegemony and expansion are doomed to failure, and security and prosperity shall be shared, said the white paper.
 
According to the white paper, resolutely safeguarding China's sovereignty, security and development interests is the fundamental goal of China's national defense in the new era, whose distinctive feature is never seeking hegemony, expansion or spheres of influence.
 
Identifying this feature, the white paper clearly demonstrated the defensive nature of China's national defense policy and the transparency of its strategic intent, said Shi Qingren, an associate research fellow with the Academy of Military Sciences (AMS) of the Chinese People's Liberation Army.
 
"The white paper, for the first time, outlines China's national defense policy system," said Cao Yanzhong, an AMS research fellow. "It clearly shows the world the strategic direction, basic principles and global significance of the development of China's national defense and the Chinese armed forces." 
 
 
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 24, 2019
US flayed for South China Sea comments
23rd July 2019

 China yesterday urged the US to stop stirring up trouble in regard to the issue of the South China Sea and to respect the regional countries’ efforts to resolve disputes through dialogue.

 
Foreign ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang made the remarks following a statement issued on Saturday by US State Department saying it was concerned about reports of China’s interference with oil and gas activities in the South China Sea, including Vietnam’s long-standing exploration and production activities.
 
In the statement, the State Department also cited Secretary of State Michael Pompeo’s comments earlier this year when he said China has blocked the development in the South China Sea through coercive means. US National Security Adviser John Bolton also said China threatens peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region by adopting coercive behavior.
 
“The current situation in the South China Sea is generally stable,” Geng said yesterday, noting that under the framework of fully and effectively implementing the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea, China and ASEAN countries are actively promoting pragmatic maritime cooperation and consultation on a Code of Conduct in the South China Sea to effectively safeguard peace and stability in the region.
 
At the same time, China has been maintaining dialogue and negotiation with concerned countries to actively manage relevant disputes.
 
The international community is fully aware of these facts, he said.
 
“Such behavior will only destabilize the situation in the South China Sea and undermine regional peace and stability,” Geng said.
 
“The remarks made by Mr Pompeo and Mr Bolton are completely void of the facts and are defamatory to the aspirations and efforts of China and ASEAN countries to maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea and properly manage disputes.
 
“Countries and people in this region will not be fooled,” he said.
 
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 23, 2019

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