Round 1-3:CGTN Anchor Liu Xin, Fox Host Trish Regan Debate
30 May, 2019  |  Source:CGTN   |  Hits:2175

 Round 1 Liu Xin: U.S. should treat Chinese side with respect for talks to continue

“The talks were not very successful last time, and both sides are considering where to go next,” Liu Xin said of the last round of China-U.S. trade negotiations.

CGTN anchor Liu Xin was talking to Fox Business Network host Trish Regan during a live television discussion on China-U.S. trade issues on Thursday.

Asked about her current assessment of the direction of trade talks, Liu said “the Chinese government has made its position very clear,” adding that there is “high possibility” of a trade deal if “the United States treats the Chinese government and negotiating team with respect and shows the willingness to talk without using outside pressure.”

“Otherwise, we might be facing a prolonged period of problems for both sides,” Liu cautioned.


Round 2: Both China, U.S. stress IP protection

CGTN anchor Liu Xin joined a live television discussion with Fox Business Network host Trish Regan on China-U.S. trade issues.

Trish Regan: How do American businesses operate in China if they face the risk of losing their IP?

"There is a consensus... that nobody, no country or individual can be stronger, can develop itself," said CGTN anchor Liu Xin on Thursday, adding that isolated cases do not mean that either "America is stealing or Chinese people are stealing."

China has intensified its crackdown on IPR infringement to better protect the rights and interests of companies operating in the country.

China became the second-largest source of international patent applications filed via the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in 2017, according to WIPO.

Two Chinese technology companies were the top sources of international patent applications, with Huawei ranking first and ZTE coming in second. Intel, Mitsubishi and Qualcomm rounded off the top five, according to WIPO.

Foreign Investment Law

China's Foreign Investment Law (FIL), passed in March this year, has explicitly banned forced technology transfer.

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