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Re: China : Supersonic NUCLEAR missile - "Goodbye US Aircraft Carriers"
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"Guam Express" or "Guam Killer" DF-26 Carrier Killer

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DF-26

China has a new Guam Killer nuclear missile that can 'reach US territory and destroy aircraft carriers












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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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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
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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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Re: CHINA v USA -- 'Don't say we didn't warn you!' -- says China
« Reply #55 on: May 29, 2019, 02:37:04 pm »
 

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'Don't say we didn't warn you!' China uses a coded message for WAR to threaten the U.S. as it hints it will ban the export of 'rare earth' minerals - essential for nuclear power plants and LED lights - unless Washington backs down
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7082011/Dont-say-didnt-warn-China-uses-code-word-WAR-threaten-U-S-rare-earths.html

China has hinted that a trade war with the U.S. could lead to real war with a coded warning as it threatens to stop exporting essential 'rare earth' minerals. A commentary in People's Daily, the mouthpiece of China's ruling Communist Party, today said 'Don't say we didn't warn you!' - which is a diplomatic term usually reserved by Beijing to signal the start of an armed warfare. China yesterday said it is 'seriously considering' restricting exports to the United States of rare earths, 17 chemical elements used in hospital scanners, nuclear power stations and LED lights. China accounted for 80 per cent of rare earth imports between 2014 and 2017 to the United States.

The People's Daily column today again hinted that China will use the natural resources to pressure Donald Trump in the trade war. 'Will rare earths become China's counter weapon against the unreasonable crackdown from the U.S.? The answer is not profound,' it said. The article then went on: 'American companies have particularly high demand for rare earth products.  'At present, some people from the U.S. side are indeed fantasising about obtaining resources independently, but it's unarguable that the U.S. depends highly on the global supply chain.

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Re: CHINA v USA
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Trump threatens to expand tariffs on China by another $300 billion
http://www.rt.com/business/461198-trump-threatens-to-expand-china-tariffs/





'US President Donald Trump has warned Beijing that he may hit Chinese goods with another $300 billion in tariffs if necessary, but added that he still hopes for a deal. The levies would target China's remaining exports to the US.

"Our talks with China, a lot of interesting things are happening. We'll see what happens... I could go up another at least $300 billion and I'll do that at the right time," Trump told reporters on Thursday, as cited by Reuters. The president did not elaborate on what goods could be targeted by the hikes. However, Trump says he thinks that China and another country embroiled in a trade row with Washington, Mexico, wants to make a deal. Earlier, Trump threatened to impose a five-percent duty on all Mexican goods starting next week.

"I think China wants to make a deal and I think Mexico wants to make a deal badly," he said before boarding Air Force One on his way to France for D-Day commemorations.

The simmering trade war between the world’s two biggest economies has already seen an exchange of several rounds of mutual tariff hikes. Almost one year ago, in July 2018, Trump started the row by slapping Beijing with 25-percent tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese technology goods, drawing a similar response from China.

Later that year, the White House imposed 10-percent tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports varying from chemicals to consumer goods, in a bid to pressure Beijing into making trade concessions. China struck back, adding $60 billion of American products to its import tariff list.'



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You're coming! Trump threatens China with immediate tariffs if Xi Jinping does not attend G20
http://www.rt.com/business/461522-trump-china-tariffs-us/





'US President Donald Trump said on Monday that China will make a deal with the United States “because they’re going to have to.” China has lost trillions of dollars since he was elected president, added Trump.

In a telephone interview broadcast on CNBC Trump said that additional tariffs on Chinese goods will go into effect immediately if China’s President Xi Jinping does not attend the upcoming G20 meeting. Trump defended his threats to slap tariffs on Mexico and China, which he said put the US “at a tremendous competitive advantage.”



China is “going to make a deal because they’re going to have to make a deal,” Trump said.'



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Re: CHINA v USA - Chinese company making F-35 parts? - LOL
« Reply #58 on: Jun 15, 2019, 01:39:30 am »
 

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Chinese company making F-35 parts?! Embarrassing ‘discovery’ further erodes ‘Huawei spying’ hysteria
http://www.rt.com/news/461918-chinese-company-f35-parts/





'After a Chinese company was found manufacturing circuit boards for the F-35 jet, the UK Ministry of Defense insisted there is nothing to worry about, rendering the fuss over omnipresent Beijing spies increasingly silly.

Exception PCB, a Chinese-owned company based in Gloucestershire, England, manufactures the circuit boards that control the engines, lighting, fuel and navigation systems of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, the most expensive weapons system ever made. While the UK’s Ministry of Defense insists the company is an established supplier to the defense industry and presents “no risk,” months of flogging the China-spying narrative have done their job, and UK media and politicians are up in arms over this “shocking revelation.”

“We have been completely and utterly naive about the role of China and it is only now that people are beginning to wake up,” former Tory defense minister Sir Gerald Howarth told the Telegraph, expressing concern about Chinese involvement in a classified defense program. “I think it’s breathtaking,” Tory MP and army reservist Bob Seely told SkyNews. “It’s not a question of: Is this bad? But it’s a question of: how bad is it?”

Exception PCB was bought by Shenzhen Fastprint in 2013, has never concealed its Chinese ownership and has also worked on the Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet and the Apache attack helicopter, among other sensitive programs. A director from the company told SkyNews there are “clear firewalls in place” between the Exception and its Chinese owners, that the company only produces bare circuit boards, and that no additional electronic information is supplied. But Lockheed Martin didn’t seem so sure, informing Sky that “like all components of the F-35,” the circuit boards “are inspected repeatedly at each stage of manufacture.”

“Exception PCB has no visibility or access to any sensitive program information and there is limited to no risk associated with their minimal role in the program,” Lockheed said, adding that they had alternate sources of supply to draw from “should Exception PCB be determined an unapproved source in the future.”

This isn’t the first time the US military has concealed Chinese involvement in the F-35’s supply chain. In 2014, the Pentagon sought multiple waivers to a ban on using Chinese-built components in its efforts to keep the cost-overrun-plagued program on schedule. Suppliers Northrop Grumman and Honeywell both were permitted to use Chinese-made magnets in the plane’s radar system and landing gears as the Pentagon feared further delays to the project would cut into foreign orders needed to finance it, ultimately triggering an investigation by the Government Accountability Office over whether the “mistake” was made “knowingly and willfully.”'



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