Freeland confirms Canadian detained in Macau
Space threats - "China and Russia will continue training and equipping their military space forces and fielding new anti-satellite weapons" warns @ODNIgov Dir Dan Coats "Space has become the new global frontier"
DNI Coats: We expect Russia and China to exploit the situation in Venezuela to control the oil sector there
DNI Coats: "China's actions reflect a long term strategy to achieve global superiority."
Threats to United States "will expand and diversify in the coming year, driven in part by China and Russia as they respectively compete more intensely with the United States and its traditional allies and partners" per @ODNIgov's latest Worldwide Threat Assessment
ChinaTech: China will send 10 BeiDou satellites through seven separate launches this year, which will help complete the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System global network by 2020.
Steven Mnuchin says that if China presents enough trade concessions to Trump, there is a chance that the administration may seek to lift all tariffs
Beijing will "firmly defend" its companies, said foreign ministry statement read on the state-run TV news.
Beijing urges Washington to withdraw its request to Canada to extradite the Huawei executive
Huawei CFO Meng's lawyer: Meng has never plotted to violate any U.S. law, including the Iranian sanctions
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Commissioner Stephen Lo has revealed that 45 officers were arrested last year for various offences, 55 percent more than 2017
US indicts Huawei for economic espionage and collusion with Iran.
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Acting US Attorney General @MattWhitaker46 announcing 10 federal crimes against two affiliates of China telecom giant @Huawei.
Justice Department unseals 13-count indictment against China's Huawei, two subsidiaries and its CFO Meng Wanzhou
"They're a totally separate process" says @PressSec in response to my question of criminal actions about to be announced by US on @huawei and this week's trade talks with China.
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White House says they will "welcome an official delegation from China for a series of meetings from January 30 to 31, 2019, to discuss the trade relationship between the two countries."
Not Confirmed - The US will maybe place sanctions against Venezuela's state oil companies in the "White House" Press briefing today, and place charges against Chinese technology company Huawei.
Foreign Affairs minister Chrystia Freeland says it is "truly reprehensible" that Conservatives are "playing politics" with China situation. Erin O'Toole asked if McCallum was fired for speaking truth to power, and accused the gov't of letting politics into the Huawei case.
China has 186 unicorn startups, altogether worth $736 billion
Exports from Hong Kong drop by more than forecast
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The crew of the @USSWaspLHD1, embarked with @31stMEU, engages in flight ops in the East China Sea, maintaining readiness for any contingency
Trudeau fires Canadian ambassador to China over comments on Huawei executive
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Close-up details of the Chinese anti-ship ballistic missile DF-26 show the missile can greatly adjust its position mid-flight to accurately attack a moving aircraft carrier, experts said Sunday.
China plans to partner with 76 @WTO members to initiate negotiations on trade-related aspects of electronic commerce, the Ministry of Commerce said.
Acting president @jguaido: The US Embassy stays in Venezuela, with the doors open. And hopefully all will stay, the Russian, the Chinese.
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A series of explosions reported this afternoon near the Wanda Shopping Plaza on Hongqi Street in the northeast Chinese city of Changchun. Cause and injuries if any unclear. Some videos from weibo, complied by the Beijing News
Soros calls Xi Jinping the "most dangerous enemy" of free societies
Free trips to China: John McCallum, Canada's ambassador to China, accepted trips valued at $73,300 from China or pro-Beijing business groups while he was a backbench MP from 2008-2015.
Ross: U.S., China `miles and miles' away from trade resolution
Alibaba CEO: China's consumption power makes it 'self-sufficient market'