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Here's Why China Banks Fear US-North Korea Sanctions

14 Septembre 2017

During the meeting in April in palm beach, Florida, the Chinese President Xi Jinping had invited Trump to visit China.

At a conference in NY earlier in the day, he said Washington could prevent China from accessing the US and global dollar system.

It was the ninth sanctions resolution unanimously adopted by the 15-member Council since 2006 over North Korea's ballistic missile and nuclear programs.The United States watered down an initial tougher draft resolution to win the support of Pyongyang ally China and Russian Federation. The two leaders also met on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit in July.

"The February agreement is still valid".

The Yomiuri ShimbunThe Japanese and U.S. governments are arranging the first visit of U.S. President Donald Trump to Japan in early November, Japanese officials said. The newspaper launched a scathing attack on Seoul and Washington's decision to make changes to an existing bilateral agreement that will now make it possible for the USA ally to use unlimited warhead payloads on its missiles.

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La mesure prend effet à compter du 13 septembre, précise l'ambassade des Etats-Unis dans un communiqué de presse. Les sanctions à l'égard de la Guinée sont plus importantes, car elles touchent même les fonctionnaires.

North Korean ambassador to Russia Kim Hyong Jun also commented on the latest UNSC sanctions resolution 2375 at a news conference in Moscow on Tuesday. "But no specific timing has been fixed yet", a Japanese Foreign Ministry official said.

The Trump administration pushed for a complete oil embargo and an asset freeze for North Korean leader Kim Jong-un after the regime conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test on September 3.

The U.N. Security Council unanimously passed new sanctions on Monday against the North after its sixth nuclear test which it claimed was a hydrogen bomb.

In Hong Kong, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon told the South China Morning Post the results of a US -led investigation into alleged Chinese intellectual property theft would be announced before the Beijing summit to reset bilateral trade.

Mr Bannon, the far-right architect of Mr Trump's election victory past year, told an investor conference that Mr Trump and Mr Xi had a rapport that should enable them to work out differences, said an attendee at the meeting, which was closed to the press.

Here's Why China Banks Fear US-North Korea Sanctions