se Secretary slammed for China-smearing remarks in JapanU.S. Defense Secretary slammed for China-smearing remarks in JapanU.S. Defense Secreta〓ry slammed for China-smearing remarks in Japan08-09-2019 09:33 BJTBEIJING, Aug. 8 -- The international community has a fair judgment on who is breaking international rules and

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who is upholding them, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said Thursday.Hua made the statement when responding to a question regarding U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper's China-smearing remarks made during his recent visit to Japan, saying China's military activity

of short-term political pressures

and calculated strategy of predatory economics violate the international rules-based order."Some people in the U.S. are attaching various labels to China out of Cold-War mentality and zero-sum game mindset while turning a blind eye to the basic facts. Such move is unfair,

." But President Trump seems to have tur

immoral and ill-intentioned," said Hua.For a start, China is committed to peaceful development and a defense policy that is defensive in nature. China is a builder of world peace, a contributor to global development and an upholder of the international order. In contrast, the U.S.

ned a deaf ear to the call, continuing ins

owns hundreds of military bases worldwide, deploys hundreds of thousands of troops outside its own territory and has fought many wars in other countries, said Hua."Being such a country that deploys troops and shows off force all over the world, the U.S. has absolutely no reason or

tead to press for "bigger and faster" rate cut

right to criticize other countries," she said.Secondly, China pursues the greater good and shared interests when conducting mutually beneficial cooperation with other developing countries, said Hua. "We do our best to provide assistance to t●hem with no political string

s. Such a move to force depreciation

s attached. Our cooperation has effectively advanced local economic and social development and improved people's lives. It is warmly welcomed by developing countries."Hua again stressed that the world knows clearly who is breaking international rules and who is upholding them, citi

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ng a Chinese saying that goes

"Stand upright and your shadow will not be crooked" to make her point. Please scan the QR Code to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on WechatBranding China as currency manipulator puts U.S. credibility at riskBranding China as currency manipulator puts U.S. credibility at riskBrandin

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ecent negotiations, the In

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. It will never resort to such a measure as Beijing has no need to do so

ssued under the Trump administration has China been branded a currency manipulator. That Washington has decided to turn a blind eye to these authoritative assessments shows its real intention is to cater to domestic political needs.Branding China as a currency manipulator creates new obstacles to the development of China-U.S. economic and trade relations, and exacerbates global financial market turmoil. This hinders inte

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the move to label China a currency manipulator ○is unjustified, and warning that it will damage the credibility of the United States government and risks exposing its economy to the risk of recession.Please scan the QR Code to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on WechatChina can overcome U.S. maximum pressure with steady economic growth: expertsChina can overcome U.S. maximum pressure with stea

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ble. This is evident in terms of the changes in two-way trade. In the first

ted by the United States with stable economic growth, experts said Wednesday.The U.S. threat of imposing new additional tariffs will not only erode American consumers' interests and drag down American economy, but bring new instabilities to the global economic climate, Wang Yiming, deputy director of the Development Research Center of the State Council, said at a symposium held by the Chinese Academy of Macroeconomic Res

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earch."It will event

ually be the American consumers who pay the price," Wang said, adding that the newly-proposed tariff hikes will stifle U.S. consumption, affect employment in the retail industry and increase downward pressure on the U.S. economy.Holding similar viewpoints, Zhao Jinping, a researcher with the Development Research Center of the State Council, said the U.S. maximum-pressure will hinder the growth

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of the world economy and goes against the trend of the times.Experts at the symposium believed that U.S.-triggered escalation of the trade frictions won't halt the stable development of China's macroeconomy.Guo Chunli, deputy director of the Institute of Economic Res

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earch affiliated with the Chinese Academy of Macroeconomic Research, said China boasts strong growth momentum with upgrades to its economic structure, which will counteract the effects of the trade frictions.Various new growth engines inject powerful impetus into the country's high quality de●velopme

in the sa

nt, while the counter-cyclical adjustments create favorable conditions for enduring external shocks and boosting market confidence, Guo added. Please scan the QR Code to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on WechatU.S. labeling China curre

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ncy manipulator meets opposition, worries marketsU.S. labeling China currency manipulator meets opposition, worries marketsU.S. labeling China currency manipulator meets opposition, worries markets08-08-2019 09:13 BJTNEW YORK, Aug. 6 -- The United States labeling China a currency manipulator following

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the weakening of the Chines

e yuan (CNY) is an action op

posed by U.S. market players and scholars and has rattled markets.Such a move would be "mostly a symbolic gesture" that cannot cause "significant ramifications" against China, and the inte

nsifying trade war would ham

per U.S. and global growth momentum, according to some U.S. financial professionals and scholars.U.S. LABELING A SYMBOLIC GESTUREThe U.S. Treasury has designated China as a currency manipulator, citing the Omnibus Trad●e and Competitiveness Act of 1988. Under the law, the treasury should init

iate negotiations first through the International Monetary Fund (IMF) or bil

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of the Chinese economy have provided strong support for the RMB exchange rate to remain stable at a reasonable and