Possible missile deployment raising concerns in Asia-Pacific, Beijing says The United States’ intention to deploy new missiles in the Asia-Pacific region has raised co 阿拉爱上海 ncerns, and China will take countermeasures if necessary, the Foreign Ministry and experts said.  阿拉爱上海女神会所Hua Chunying, a spokeswoman for the Foreign Ministry, said China will not “sit idly by” and wat ch its interests being compromised if the US deploys intermediate-range missiles in the region. She said China “will not allow any country to stir up trouble on 阿拉爱上海 our doorstep” and “will take all necessary measures to safeguard nati onal security interests” in a statement published on the ministry’s website lateRead More →

ning to upgrade bilateral ties, and “jointly usher in a new era of high-level development of China-Russia relations”, he said. In response to a question about the influence of ongoing Sino-US trade friction on coopera tion between Chinese and Russian enterprises, Zhang said Beijing and Moscow share a broad conse nsus and common interests, and will work together to deal with external challenges. “We have the confidence, resolve and ability to safeguard ou r country’s sovereignty, security and dignity as well as its development interests,” he added. “The China-Russia relationship neither targets a third party, nor will it be weakened by discord sowed by anyRead More →

The two countries should follow the direction set by their heads of state, manage d ifferences on the basis of mutual respect and expand cooperation on the basis of mutual benefit, he added. Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Huawei, told the Nikkei Asian Review on Satu rday that the company has not done anything that violates the law, and the ban will have a limited impact on its business. However, Xiang Ligang, director-general of the telecom industry association Informat ion Consumption Alliance, said the US ban will disrupt the global electronics industry, given the size of Hu awei as the world’s largest telecom equipmentRead More →

access to some components and technologies. “We have been developing backup products for years in anticipat ion. … Such efforts can ensure the strategic safety of most of the company’s products an d a continuous supply of most products,” said HiSilicon President He Tingbo in an internal letter. Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said at a news conferen ce on Friday that the development and utilization of 5G depends on global cooperation, and inte rference by the US undermines the principle of fair competition and shows a lack of respect for other countries. HiSilicon, which was founded in 2004, has designed chipsets like Ki rin,Read More →

Baidu CEO Robin Li Yanhong’s recent nomination for the country’s highest academic title in engineering has triggered heated debate, with some netizens claiming Li was unqualified bec ause of his search engine’s insufficient regulation of fraudulent medical advertising. Li was one of 531 candidates, including 114 entrepreneurs, who might become academicians of the Chinese Academy of Engi neering at the end of the year, according to a statement released by the academy on April 30. Other nominees include e-commerce giant Alibaba’s technology chief Wang Jian, car maker BYD founder Wang Chuanfu, and Microsoft computer engineer Harry Shum. The candidates wil l be subject to aRead More →

orters, referring to Barr’s congressional testimony.Justice Depart ment spokeswoman Kerri Kupec called Pelosi’s allegation “reckless, irresponsible and false.” The exchange came shortly after House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler thre atened to hold Barr in contempt of Congress if he does not provide a full, unredacted copy of Mu eller’s findings. That could potentially lead to fines or imprisonment for the top US law enforcement official. Barr released Mueller’s report on April 18, with some parts blacked out to protect sensitive information. Pelosi and other leaders in the House, which is controlled by Democra ts, previously had cautioned against launching the impeachment process, whic hRead More →

Designated traffic lanes will be set aside on Beijing-Chongli Expressway for smooth traffic flow during the upcoming 2019 Bei jing International Horticultural Exhibition, the capital’s transport authorities said on Monday, Beijing News reported. The expo, which will kick off on April 29 and run until Oct 7, is expected to attract 16 million visitors from home and abroad. The special lanes will be put in use on weekends and national holidays (Labor Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day) during the ho rticultural exhibition, according to Beijing Municipal Commission of Transportation. While the special lanes are in use, only public transport vehicles, largeRead More →

eituan Dianping, China’s leading on-demand online service provider, is the youngest among China’s 10 most powerful businesspeople, according to the list. Dong Mingzhu, chairwoman of Gree Electric Appliances, a major home appliances maker based in Zhuhai, Guangdong province, is the only woman entrepreneur on the top 10 ranking, placing seventh. Xu Jiayin (Hui Ka Yan), chairman of China’s property developer Evergrande Gro up, and Lei Jun, founder of smartphone maker Xiaomi Group, also made the top 10. The China Consumers Association said Wednesday that financial servi ces in automobile sales should be clearly priced and forced transactions eliminated. The association held a discussion Wednesday morningRead More →

ipation ever of Nobel Prize winners, with four on the team They were Arieh Warshel, the 2013 Nobel Prize winner in chem istry; Edvard I. Moser, the 2014 Nobel Prize winner in physiology or medicine; Konstantin Novoselov, the 2010 Nobel Prize winner in physiology or medicine; and Michael Young, the 2017 Nobel Prize winner in physiology or med icine. These four were also joined by Les Valiant, the 2010 Turing Prize winner. The survey was conducted by the International Tal ents magazine. The organizer and Dataway provided data analysis of the survey. China Daily cons tructed the official website for the survey and reported on theRead More →

Firm likely to be largest smartphone vendor in the world by end of this year Huawei Technologies Co said on Thursday that it aims to grow the revenue of its consumer business group, which chiefly includes smartphones and personal computers, to $100 billion in three years and to $150 billion in five years. The announcement came after the company’s consumer busin ess group posted $52.5 billion in revenue last year, up 45 percent year-on-year. Th at also marked Huawei achieving the target of $50 billion two years ahead of schedule. Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business group, said five years later, smartphone s willRead More →