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Chen said the US is “disrupting the world order, weaken

Stephen Roach, a faculty member at Yale University and former chairman of Morgan

Stanley Asia, said the US government “blamed others for economic problems that are very much of its own making”.

There are plenty of realistic options for resolution between the two co

untries, Roach said in a recent article contributed to Beijing-based think tank China Watch. For

instance, he suggested, the US and China should take the lead in forging a global cyber accord.

“While additional tariffs from both US and China

will weigh on China’s growth outlook, we expect policy measures to offset so

me of the negative impacts,” said Tommy Wu, a senior economist at Oxford Economics, a British think tank.

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Ministry: Foreign firms won’t disregard own interests

Enterprises in any country will not disregard their own interests and blindly follow other cou

ntries’ “political command”, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said on Thursday, after comp

anies confirmed cooperation with Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei will continue.

Panasonic made a “solemn statement” on Thursday that it is supplying Huawei normally, rebukin

g reports that it will cut parts of the component supply. British Telecom, parent group of telecom oper

ator EE, said on Wednesday Huawei will continue to supply their 5G radio network infrastructure, Xinhua reported.

China hopes that the US can take a serious attitude about going back to the negotiating table and ensure that negotiations are meaningful, said Lu.

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China and the US started tit-for-tat tariff exchanges in July,

 when the first round of tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods

took effect. There has been strong opposition to the tariff measures from the US side.

Joe Biden, a Democratic candidate for US president, said on Monda

y, “The only people paying the price are farmers and working people right now”.

“Raising tariffs will hurt both the US and China economies, plus more importantly, they will hurt US farmers, co

nsumers and businesses,” tweeted Republican Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa, a major soybean-producing state.

The world’s two largest economies have intensified their consultations to iron out differe

nces on existing trade issues. An 11th round of high-level talks was held in Washington on Thursday and Friday.

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launched early last year, has contributed 257 milli

n yuan ($38 million) in sales of more than 780 types of products with the Winter Games logo as of the first quarter this year.

The Organizing Committee on Friday also unveiled its plans for volunteer recruitment and training. International recruit

ment, which will be launched in December through an online system, aims to select 27,000 volunteers to di

rectly serve the Games’ operation, while another 80,000 or so will work as city volunteers.

The Games’ official mascot will be unveiled in the second half of this year.

The Ministry of Education (MOE) of China has issued a statement

warning the country’s middle and primary schools against unauthorized selections and rankings.

The statement, made public on Thursday, was based on several lists of so-called “top

100 middle and primary schools in China” recently released by some institutions.

The MOE has never authorized any organizations or institutions to carry out such selections or rankings, according to the statement.

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All of my knowledge and expertise in the space field

 was about ground operations, such as telemetry, tracking and command of spacecraft.

“I want to study satellites. I want to learn and work on communications satellites operating in low Earth orbit, because no

w we have a communications satellite in geosynchronous orbit, and remote-sensing satellites in low Earth orbit,” he said.

“I want to learn how to combine these technologies and do some research here in Beijing, s

o when I come back to my country I can help to develop our own satellite technology,” he added.

Each of Venezuela’s three satellites-one communication and two r

emote-sensing satellites-was designed, built and launched by China.

The Beijing-based China Academy of Space Technology, a subsidiary of State-owned spa

ce giant China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp, is a major developer of satellites and spaceships in China.

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Craftsmen carve out niche with Nixing pottery

Photos have been released of China’s first domestically manufactured aircraft carrier on its recent fifth sea trial.

The trial tested the carrier’s command and control system and battle performa

nce, with the vessel completing tests of its mooring, power, battle and security system.

Unmanned convenience stores, vending machines, mobile payment…thanks to the latest technology, shopping has become even more effortless.

But shopping experience will go further than that: an eye-catching robot in Xi’an, Northwest China’s Shaanxi province, has hit the streets selling drinks and ice creams.

Powered by 4G networking and artificial intelligence, the human-shaped robot, Mr Doer, offe

rs ice creams and drinks on its own. The robot can also recite adapted poems or even dance to attract customers.

The China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda in Wolong National Nature Res

erve in Sichuan province said on Wednesday it had started rebuilding a fence where a visitor had touched a panda cub.

It was making the fence higher so that visitors cannot reach the pandas

and it asked visitors to keep away from the animals. It asked them to refrain from climb

ing over the fence and from feeding or touching the pandas, said Wang Jisi, an information officer at the center.

On April 7, a woman surnamed Han said in social media that she and som

ebody else had managed to touch a panda cub without the consent of the center.

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Shen was followed by Gan Jianping, managing partn

tner of Qiming Venture Partners, Xu Xin, founding partner of Capital Today, and Tong Sh

ihao, managing partner of GGV Capital. They ranked fifth, sixth and seventh respectively.

The list was ranked by investors’ portfolio companies that have gone public or been acquired for at least $200 million over

the past five years, or that have raised additional funding at a valuation of $400 million or more.

“A record number of international investors, pa

rticularly from China, and women investors are gradually changing the image of the Sil

icon Valley venture capitalist,” said Alex Konrad, associate editor at Forbes, in an editor’s pick.

He noted that after years of Midas dominance, the reign of Facebook and Twitt

er is over, as those deals and their well-known investors make way for a new generation.

“The increasing presence of Chinese investors in the Midas List is a solid reflection of the scal

e and vigor of the Chinese economy,” said Zhou Xuan, director of and a professor with the priva

te investment funds institute of the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing.

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UK lawmakers reject government’s divorce deal for third time

UK lawmakers on Friday rejected the government’s divorce deal with the European Union for a third time, leaving Brita

in just two weeks to decide between a long delay to Brexit and an abrupt no-deal departure from the bloc.

Lawmakers in Britain’s House of Commons voted 286-344 against the withdrawal ag

reement struck between Prime Minister Theresa May and the EU, rebuffing her plea to “put aside self and pa

rty” and “accept the responsibility given to us by the British people” to deliver Brexit.

A visibly frustrated May said the vote had “grave” implications.

“The legal default now is that the United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union o

n 12 April — in just 14 days’ time,” she said. “This is not enough time to agree, legislate for and ratify a deal, and yet t

he House has been clear it will not permit leaving without a deal. And so we will have to agree an alternative way forward.”

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Of the other three people apprehended, two were arrested in

  possession of firearms and police are still trying to understand their involvement, said New Zealand Police Com

missioner Mike Bush. On Friday night local time police tweeted that the pair remain in custody.

  Police said a fourth person was arrested Friday but “that was not related to these events.”

  Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that at least one of those arreste

d is Australian. He said the shooting was the work of an “extremist right-wing, violent terrorist.”

  Police said they do not believe there are any other suspects but added that it was still an open investigation.

  None of the four people arrested had been on any security watch lists prior to the attack.

  Attack apparently broadcast live on social media

  Authorities said they “will not be discussing the offenders’ possible motivations or the causes of this incident” at this stage.

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