Articles about Liu He

Parts of Beijing locked down due to fresh coronavirus cases

13 Jun 2020

World
Parts of Beijing locked down due to fresh coronavirus cases

Authorities at China's capital, Beijing, are moving hastily to stem a fresh wave of coronavirus after few new cases were reported in the last two days.

Coronavirus: Wuhan hospital director dies as death toll crosses 1,800

18 Feb 2020

World
Coronavirus: Wuhan hospital director dies as death toll crosses 1,800

The head of a hospital in the Chinese city of Wuhan died on Tuesday after being infected with the novel coronavirus.

US and China sign deal to ease trade tensions

16 Jan 2020

World
US and China sign deal to ease trade tensions

The United States has signed a partial trade deal with China after nearly two years of tough negotiations, which included the suspension of talks for months.

Criticized over its trade-practices, China lowers tariffs on consumer goods

08 Apr 2019

World
Criticized over its trade-practices, China lowers tariffs on consumer goods

China today announced it will lower tariffs on some consumer goods ranging from computers to furniture and bicycles as Beijing faces worldwide scrutiny over its trade practices.

US, China trade talks could wrap in four weeks: Trump

05 Apr 2019

World
US, China trade talks could wrap in four weeks: Trump

US President Donald Trump said yesterday that the United States and China could wrap up trade talks within four weeks after making quick progress on the potentially "epic" deal.

US team reaches China to engage in trade deal talks

11 Feb 2019

World
US team reaches China to engage in trade deal talks

US negotiators were in Beijing today for another round of talks on a trade deal with the clock ticking towards a March 1 deadline set by US President Donald Trump.

China: Woman attacks kindergarten children with knife; 14 injured

26 Oct 2018

World
China: Woman attacks kindergarten children with knife; 14 injured

In a terrifying incident, a knife-wielding woman attacked children at a kindergarten in China's southwestern city of Chongqing today, injuring 14 of them.

Dehradun: 23 Pakistan citizens found with Voter IDs, Ration Cards

17 Sep 2018

India
Dehradun: 23 Pakistan citizens found with Voter IDs, Ration Cards

In a covert drive, the local intelligence unit (LIU) of Dehradun police found Indian voter IDs and ration cards from at least 23 Pakistan nationals on Friday, following which a probe was ordered.

China planning to buy upto $200bn worth of American goods

18 May 2018

World
China planning to buy upto $200bn worth of American goods

China may buy up to $200 billion worth of American goods under intense pressure from the Trump administration to reduce its massive trade deficit with the US, amid a round of high-level trade talks between the world's two largest economies.

Trump defends his decision to help Chinese telecom giant ZTE

15 May 2018

World
Trump defends his decision to help Chinese telecom giant ZTE

US President Donald Trump today defended his decision to offer an olive branch to Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE.

Trade talks: Top Chinese officials visiting US next week

08 May 2018

World
Trade talks: Top Chinese officials visiting US next week

Top Chinese officials, including China's top economic adviser, the Vice-Premier Liu He, will be visiting the US next week for talks with the Trump Administration's economic team, the White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said.

China unveils drastic cabinet reshuffle plan

19 Mar 2018

World
China unveils drastic cabinet reshuffle plan

China on Monday appointed a whole new set of top officials, including a Defense Minister, to head a revamped government, days after President Xi Jinping began his second five-year tenure following the removal of the two-term limit.

#SikkimStandoff: Ex-Chinese diplomat says Indian troops must withdraw or die

20 Jul 2017

World
#SikkimStandoff: Ex-Chinese diplomat says Indian troops must withdraw or die

Liu Youfa, a former Chinese diplomat, said the Indian troops deployed at the disputed Donglang area (also called Doklam) could withdraw, be captured or killed.