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  • China wants to hit the reset button on its relationship with the U.

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  • Ties between the two sank to their lowest in decades under former U.

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  • President Donald Trump, now with Joe Biden in the top job.

  • Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Ye said on Monday Beijing stood ready to reopen constructive dialogue with Washington.

  • It is natural that both sides have differences in conflicts.

  • What is key is utilizing dialogue to get to know more about each other and not be defined by differences between both countries.

  • But he also laid out the quote necessary conditions for that to happen way hope the U.

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  • Will adjust policies as soon as possible to remove unreasonable tariffs on Chinese products to remove unilateral sanctions on Chinese companies and research and scientific institutions to remove a rational suppression on China's tech sectors rise Wang floated the possibility of the two countries working together on issues like the ongoing pandemic and climate change.

  • But while Biden has said he would like to work with Beijing on those issues, the new White House has also signaled it will keep up pressure on Beijing.

  • Biden has voiced concern about quote coercive and unfair trade practices.

  • On China's part, he has also endorsed a trump era determination of genocide against weaker Muslims in Xinjiang.

  • Washington and Beijing have repeatedly clashed on issues of trade, human rights and geopolitical disputes in the South China Sea.

  • Wang once again urged the US to respect its core interests and not to interfere with what it calls its internal affairs.

China wants to hit the reset button on its relationship with the U.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/22
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