Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi urged the Biden administration to reopen dialogue to restore US-China relations, which have been damaged under President Donald Trump.
Wang urged the US side on Monday to lift ‘unfair’ tariff barriers on Chinese goods, and remove what he calls unreasonable repression of China’s tech industry. National.
In the technology sector, it is noteworthy that the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is among the companies that suffered the most from the US sanctions.
From number one on the list of global smartphone vendors, Huawei fell to sixth place last year, according to data released by market analysis firm Canalys.
Speaking at a seminar “Getting Sino-American relations back on track”, held in Beijing, Wang also called on the United States to support Chinese students and lift restrictions on literary groups. Chinese and Chinese press agencies operating in the US.
“We hope that the US will adjust its policy as soon as possible, lift the unreasonable tariffs on Chinese products, unilateral sanctions on companies and research institutions. research Chinese science, and stop unreasonable repression of China’s technology industry, “Wang said.
He also voiced Washington to end meddling in Beijing’s internal relations.
However, he said the recent phone call between the two leaders of the two countries was a positive step.
The administration of President Joe Biden has voiced concerns about Beijing’s business and business practices, and condemns China’s treatment of Uighurs Muslims in Xinjiang.
Mr. Biden has not officially launched a policy with China but has signaled that he will cooperate with Europe and Asia to deal with Beijing.
On Friday, Feb. 19, during an online meeting on the topic of security, he told his European allies “we must be prepared for long-term, strategic competition with China”.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said last week that tariffs set out under Trump will remain the same, and any changes will depend on whether China is in compliance with the commitments. commercial or not.
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