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China urges US to stop slander after Donald Trump’s meddling claim

28 Septembre 2018

This latest round of Chinese imposed tariffs added $3.5 billion in impacted medical devices, affecting "almost all remaining U.S. MedTech exports to China in 2017", said AdvaMed in a presentation at the annual MedTech Conference in Philadelphia, reported Forbes.

China has been accused of interfering in an election before, although not in the United States.

U.S. officials, meanwhile, are increasingly concerned that China is no longer fully enforcing some sanctions on North Korea, and say they intend to keep up pressure in this area.

Trump's trade feud with the world's most populous nation escalated during his visit to the UN as the president accused China of attempting to meddle in the USA midterm election. "And we have racked up $13 trillion in trade deficits over the last two decades". And we are winning and we're winning big. "If China has interfered in the elections, probably most Americans would be happy because they want to bring Trump down too".

At a news conference Wednesday in NY, a reporter asked Trump what evidence he has to back up the accusation, which China has denied.

"It remains the best means of preventing Iran developing a nuclear weapon and we are committed to preserving the JCPOA as long as Iran continues to abide by its obligations in full", May said.

In Wednesday's speech to the Security Council, Trump's comments on China came as he reiterated his plan to reimpose sanctions on Iran, as part of the US withdrawal from an worldwide agreement on Tehran's nuclear program. Reportedly, President Trump went off on French President Emmanuel Macron during a meeting on the sidelines of the General Assembly.

President Donald Trump meets with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the Lotte New York Palace hotel during the United Nations General Assembly, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018, in New York.

It was not immediately clear what actions China had taken to garner the comment.

"They don't want me or us to win because I am the first president to ever challenge China on trade", Mr. Trump said on Wednesday.

Trump doubled down on his charge in his almost 90 minute press conference on Wednesday evening, when he talked about trade issues, his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and his meetings at the United Nations, among other topics. Among them was Russian Federation, who has been proven to have influenced the 2016 general election - of which Trump was the victor - by disseminated pro-Trump propaganda and fake news in the months prior.

The report of the Wall Street Journal and dozens of similar reports show that the French would never act towards reviving the JCPOA, but they would rather pave the way for giving benefits to Europe (and subsequently the United States).

Xi had previously stressed the importance for China to develop its own tech innovations-especially immediately after Chinese telecoms giant ZTE was banned from purchasing tech parts from US suppliers earlier this year. And China is not open.

Trump addressed a roomful of hundreds of reporters from United States and global media organisations this morning in a sweltering hotel ballroom following his participation in UN talks. "Against my administration", Trump told a UN Security Council meeting.

The president has at times expressed scepticism over whether Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 United States presidential election, a subject that remains a thorn in Trump's side.

Third, Iowa, a major grower of soy beans and producer of pork, stands to suffer greatly from an extended trade war.

"I can say definitively that it's a sufficient national security concern about Chinese meddling, Iranian meddling and North Korean meddling that we're taking steps to try to prevent it, so it's all four of those countries, really", Mr Bolton told ABC News.

'That's because we are beating them on Trade, opening markets, and the farmers will make a fortune when this is over!' he asserted. Besides China's clash with the Trump administration, some Africans have protested what they say is an attempted Chinese takeover of their countries.

A global tariff tit-for-tat could boost China's US$12 trillion economy and hurt the USA expansion, according to European Central Bank research published Wednesday. The person noted that American films with content the Chinese government doesn't approve of are commonly blacklisted.

The Chinese foreign minister described the accusations as "unwarranted".

China urges US to stop slander after Donald Trump’s meddling claim