What the Internet giants do is to extract money from both sides, buyers and sellers, which is virtually the horizontal and vertical monopoly agreements defined as one of the monopolistic conducts in the law.
China's new rules on foreign investment security reviews, unveiled last month, took effect on Monday. The move, coming against the backdrop of the Trump administration's groundless curbs targeting Chinese firms, is seen as a crucial regulation in the new round of high-level opening-up.
US president-elect Joe Biden is waiting for the Senate to confirm his advisors and cabinet nominees - particularly those involved in key positions. Packed with diplomatic and security elites who are familiar with China, the new cabinet has an unprecedented understanding of China.
Mr. Shi Junzhi, Doctor of History in School of History, Beijing Normal University, Doctor of Law Doctor in Renmin University of China Law School, Doctor of Economics in Tsinghua University PBC School of Finance. He is a researcher of Institute of Finance, Distinguished researcher of the Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Senior Fellow of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China, Vice President of the China Optimization Society of Capital Construction (COSOCC), Vice President of The Association for promotion of West China Research and Development. He is also the Director, Professor, and Doctoral Supervisor of the Research Center for the History of Currency Legal System in South China University of Technology.
"I can't speculate on how officials would establish contact, but the direction is that both sides will have to find a way to manage differences and pursue cooperation," He Weiwen, a former senior trade official and a senior fellow of the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at the Renmin University of China, told the Global Times on Thursday, noting that talks could start with the progress of the phase one deal and remaining tariffs.
After chaos engulfed the U.S. Capitol last week, some Chinese intellectuals found themselves searching for copies of an out-of-print book to make sense of events. “America Against America” forecast the U.S.’s decline due to domestic conflicts more than 30 years ago.
As the China-US game escalates, the US has ganged up to contain China, and ASEAN countries have not followed, so why do these allies refuse the US? In the evening of August 3, Shenzhen TV's "Hot Spot Debate" in depth analyzed this problem and connected to Wang Wen, the executive dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY). Dr. Wang described the international online meeting entitled “A New Cold War against China is against the interests of humanity” on July 25 and said that the current U.S. tactics against China are not new at all, reflecting the exhaustion of U.S. skills in the great power competition. And China should retain its basic strategic stability and be more confident in its strategy.