拜登突发:中国不应参与全球贸易和技术规则的制定

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美国,华盛顿】这两日,美国总统拜登曾表示,美国和欧洲可以在全球挑战上密切合作,市场民主国家应该而不是中国制定全球贸易和技术规则。

拜登上周六在《华盛顿邮报》发表的一篇评论文章中说,美国必须从一个强大的立场领导世界,以解决冠状病毒、气候危机以及“中俄两国政府的有害活动”带来的挑战等问题。

“在布鲁塞尔期间,我将与欧盟委员会主席和欧洲理事会主席会晤,讨论美国和欧洲如何在应对全球挑战方面进行密切协调。我们将致力于确保市场民主国家,而不是中国或其他任何国家,围绕贸易和技术制定21世纪的规则。拜登在一篇评论文章中写道:“我们将继续追求建立一个完整、自由与和平的欧洲的目标。”。

他还说:“无论是在各地结束疫情大流行,满足气候危机不断加剧的要求,还是面对中俄两国政府的有害活动,美国都必须从一个强大的地位引领世界。”。

在下周开始的英国七国集团峰会之前,拜登说,主要的民主国家应该提供“一个替代中国的高标准方案,升级更具弹性和支持全球发展的有形、数字和卫生基础设施”

他补充说:“就像在国内一样,磨练民主国家的竞争能力,保护我们的人民免受不可预见的威胁,需要我们对基础设施进行投资。”。

英文原文:

Washington DC [US], June 6 (ANI): US President Joe Biden has said the United States and Europe can work in close coordination on global challenges, and market democracies, not China, should write global rules governing trade and technology.

In an opinion article for Washington Post on Saturday, Biden said the US must lead the world from a position of strength to address issues like coronavirus, climate crisis, and the challenge posed by "harmful activities of the governments of China and Russia".

"While in Brussels, I ll meet with the president of the European Commission and the president of the European Council to discuss how the United States and Europe can work in close coordination on global challenges. We will focus on ensuring that market democracies, not China or anyone else, write the 21st-century rules around trade and technology. And we will continue to pursue the goal of a Europe whole, free and at peace," Biden wrote in an opinion piece.

"Whether it is ending the covid-19 pandemic everywhere, meeting the demands of an accelerating climate crisis, or confronting the harmful activities of the governments of China and Russia, the United States must lead the world from a position of strength," he added.

Ahead of the G7 Summit in the UK starting next week, Biden said that it was up to the leading democracies to offer "a high-standard alternative to China for upgrading physical, digital and health infrastructure that is more resilient and supports global development."

"Just as it does at home, honing the ability of democracies to compete and protecting our people against unforeseen threats requires us to invest in infrastructure," he added.

These remarks by Biden came after the White House issued an executive order on Thursday implying the ban on the acquisition of US investors or investments targeting 59 Chinese military and surveillance companies.

These firms have been linked accused of performing activities undermining the security of the United States and its allies.

Biden administration s order expands the list issued under his predecessor, Donald Trump, in November 2020, which targeted 44 companies. (ANI)

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