On Sept 13, US President Donald Trump issued an executive order blocking the buying of Lattice Semiconductor Corp by private equity firm Canyon Bridge Capital LLC, which is said to be backed by a Chinese state-owned asset manager.
On Nov 7, during a meeting of the standing committee of the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee, the city's Party Secretary Li Qiang said that Shanghai will more proactively push its development in serving the national strategy, and better represent the country on the international stage for global cooperation and competition.
On March 13, all areas except Wuhan have been rated as low and medium risk, and the provincial government started to encourage returning people to work by using chartered bus services traveling directly to destinations.
On Sept 17 the Trump administration announced that it will levy a 10 percent of tariff on 0 billion worth of Chinese imports. The White House said it would increase the duties from 10 to 25 percent at the beginning of 2019. China retaliated with tariffs on billion worth of US imports on 5,207 items.
On Saturday afternoon, US President Donald Trump spoke by phone with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud, discussing the attacks and Saudi Arabia's self-defense, according to the White House.
On Friday, heavy rain is expected in parts of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, as well as in Hebei and Shandong provinces and in Beijing and Tianjin, with precipitation of up to 120 millimeters, according to the National Meteorological Center.
On Friday, Wikileaks took to Twitter to state its rejection of the conditions in which Assange has been forced to live and voiced its full support for legal action.
On Monday, the Georgia NAACP will lead a march to the State Capitol as the General Assembly reconvenes after adjourning for the novel coronavirus pandemic, the AJC reported.
On May 10, he claimed that China is paying 25 percent tariffs on 0 billion worth of goods to the United States, and the massive payments go directly to the US Treasury.
On Thursday evening, Visual China responded again, saying that the images of national flags and national emblems were provided by contracted contributors, and conceding that the platform had failed to strictly perform its duties of review and management. The company said it had withdrawn the improperly posted images and would strengthen review of its practices in accordance with law.