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Biden sworn in as 46th US president

At an unusual inauguration closed to public due to the still raging coronavirus pandemic, U.S. President-elect Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on Wednesday at the West Front of the Capitol.
Biden's orders: Paris Agreement | WHO | Masks
Democrats take control of US Senate
Sino-US relations: Red lines, green opportunities

China announces sanctions on 28 US individuals including Pompeo

China has decided to sanction 28 persons who have seriously violated China's sovereignty and who have been mainly responsible for a series of crazy U.S. moves on China-related issues, a foreign ministry spokesperson announced.
Pompeo's lies and slander not to affect Xinjiang

China-made vaccine can protect against COVID-19 variants

The China-made China National Biotec Group (CNBG) COVID-19 vaccine is broad-spectrum and can cross-neutralize different coronavirus strains, said a senior CNBG executive at a press conference on Wednesday.
Mutant strain identified in Beijing's new cases
China spends 400B yuan on fighting COVID-19

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  • Seize the opportunity to reshape China-US relations

    Since Donald Trump took office, America's policies toward China have changed substantially, damaging the Sino-U.S. relationship in multiple fields. Joe Biden's inauguration, in such a context, has given people renewed hope for improved relations between the two countries.

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China's economic growth shows why 'decoupling' is a bad idea

China's continued economic growth is a perfect incentive for the incoming Biden administration in Washington to abandon the failed policies of "decoupling" adopted by President Donald Trump.

 

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