Tag Archives: U.S.-China relations

Trump thinking about running for President

This week, billionaire Donald Trump stated on CNN during an interview that he is “seriously considering” running for President. The main issues that seem to be on his mind are how the U.S. deals with China and OPEC. For some time now, Trump has been complaining that the U.S. government is doing a terrible job [...]

Exporting to China

China’s President, Hu Jintao has just wrapped up an important trip to the United States. He was invited to an official state dinner at the White House with President Obama and other important guests. He also agreed to large business deals with the U.S. President worth about $45 billion. Some people did not like that [...]

U.S. looking forward to meeting with China’s President

In mid-April, Chinese President, Hu Jintao is going to visit Washington for the Nuclear Security Summit, hosted by U.S. President, Barack Obama. At first it appeared that China will not be attending, so this visit is seen as a positive step in U.S.-China relations. Although this is a nuclear summit, two major issues need to [...]

Google close to leaving China

Google has said recently that it is “99.9 per cent” sure that it will end up exiting China and closing the google.cn division of the company. I first posted an article on this topic about two months ago (click here to read it). At the time, this issue had just made it to the surface [...]