Chinese President Xi Jinping shakes hands with then-US vice-president Joe Biden in 2013. Now that Biden is the American president, Beijing has indicated that it seeks to reset the fraught relationship between the two countries. Pool photo: AP Chinese President Xi Jinping shakes hands with then-US vice-president Joe Biden in 2013. Now that Biden is the American president, Beijing has indicated that it seeks to reset the fraught relationship between the two countries. Pool photo: AP
Chinese President Xi Jinping shakes hands with then-US vice-president Joe Biden in 2013. Now that Biden is the American president, Beijing has indicated that it seeks to reset the fraught relationship between the two countries. Pool photo: AP

China-US tension: Xi tells World Economic Forum competition is for pursuing excellence – not killing off a rival

  • Since the Trump administration ended, Beijing has indicated its desire to reset or salvage China’s relationship with the US in several ways
  • China’s envoy to Washington has echoed Xi’s appeal for cooperation in a state TV appearance

Topic |   US-China relations
Chinese President Xi Jinping shakes hands with then-US vice-president Joe Biden in 2013. Now that Biden is the American president, Beijing has indicated that it seeks to reset the fraught relationship between the two countries. Pool photo: AP Chinese President Xi Jinping shakes hands with then-US vice-president Joe Biden in 2013. Now that Biden is the American president, Beijing has indicated that it seeks to reset the fraught relationship between the two countries. Pool photo: AP
Chinese President Xi Jinping shakes hands with then-US vice-president Joe Biden in 2013. Now that Biden is the American president, Beijing has indicated that it seeks to reset the fraught relationship between the two countries. Pool photo: AP
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