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Re: China : Supersonic NUCLEAR missile - "Goodbye US Aircraft Carriers"
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Re: CHINA v USA - US flies B-52 bombers over disputed waters near China
« Reply #51 on: Mar 06, 2019, 03:53:39 am »
 

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US flies B-52 bombers over disputed waters near China



Two US Air Force B-52H Stratofortress long-range bombers, based in Guam, participated in “routine training missions” on Monday by flying through the disputed airspaces over the South and East China Seas. As one bomber “conducted training in the vicinity of the South China Sea,” the other practiced off the coast of Japan in “coordination with the US Navy and alongside our Japanese air force,” US Pacific Air Forces said in a statement.

The Pacific Command’s so-called 'Continuous Bomber Presence Missions' are designed to ensure the air force’s rapid global strike capability and act as a means of deterrence. China views such overflights as clear provocations and as a show of force aimed at challenging Beijing's sovereignty in the region.

The B-52 maneuvers could further inflame tensions with China at the height of a bitter trade dispute where the ongoing negotiations have yet to bear any concrete results.'


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Re: CHINA v USA - US flies B-52 bombers over disputed waters near China
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US flies B-52 bombers over disputed waters near China



Two US Air Force B-52H Stratofortress long-range bombers, based in Guam, participated in “routine training missions” on Monday by flying through the disputed airspaces over the South and East China Seas. As one bomber “conducted training in the vicinity of the South China Sea,” the other practiced off the coast of Japan in “coordination with the US Navy and alongside our Japanese air force,” US Pacific Air Forces said in a statement.

The Pacific Command’s so-called 'Continuous Bomber Presence Missions' are designed to ensure the air force’s rapid global strike capability and act as a means of deterrence. China views such overflights as clear provocations and as a show of force aimed at challenging Beijing's sovereignty in the region.

The B-52 maneuvers could further inflame tensions with China at the height of a bitter trade dispute where the ongoing negotiations have yet to bear any concrete results.'


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Wow. China is so scared now. I bet this is Trump`s idea.
 

Re: CHINA v USA
« Reply #53 on: Apr 06, 2019, 12:32:15 am »
 

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Trump To Give China Until 2025 To Commit To Trade Deal
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-04-03/trump-give-china-trade-deal-commitment-deadline-2025





'With 4 minutes to go before the close of trading and stocks within spitting territory of red for the day, someone had to take control of "price discovery" and with the FT's street cred already used up after it's "90% done" report last night, it was up to Bloomberg to preserve the "trade talk optimism" which it did when it reported fresh details on the ongoing trade deal being finalized (and we use the term loosely) between the US China, which according to Bloomberg source would give Beijing until 2025 to meet commitments on commodity purchases and allow American companies to wholly own enterprises in the Asian nation.

And here is where the "deal" gets downright farcical: according to the proposed agreement (and we again use the term loosely), China would commit by 2025 to buy more U.S. commodities, including soybeans and energy products, and allow 100 percent foreign ownership for U.S. companies operating in China as a binding pledge that can trigger retaliation from the U.S. if left unfulfilled. In other words, any deal announced this week would be nothing more than a photo opportunity, and be completely toothless for the next 6 years. More importantly, as we noted earlier, the 5 years interval would allow stocks to levitate each and every day for the next 5 years on "trade deal optimism", putting S&P 36,000 within grasp.
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<p dir="ltr" lang="en">S&P to hit 36,000 by 2025 rising on "China trade deal optimism" every day for the next 5 years</p>
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) April 3, 2019[/size][/quote]

And now that a "bogey" for the 2025 target has been set, the talks are continuing in Washington where Chinese Vice Premier Liu He began planned meetings with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Wednesday.'



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US flies B-52 bombers over disputed waters near China



Two US Air Force B-52H Stratofortress long-range bombers, based in Guam, participated in “routine training missions” on Monday by flying through the disputed airspaces over the South and East China Seas. As one bomber “conducted training in the vicinity of the South China Sea,” the other practiced off the coast of Japan in “coordination with the US Navy and alongside our Japanese air force,” US Pacific Air Forces said in a statement.

The Pacific Command’s so-called 'Continuous Bomber Presence Missions' are designed to ensure the air force’s rapid global strike capability and act as a means of deterrence. China views such overflights as clear provocations and as a show of force aimed at challenging Beijing's sovereignty in the region.

The B-52 maneuvers could further inflame tensions with China at the height of a bitter trade dispute where the ongoing negotiations have yet to bear any concrete results.'


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