Foreign Ministry Spokesman Zhao Lijian deplored and considered it a violation of market laws that Washington banned Chinese firms from supplying telecommunications and surveillance equipment by claiming alleged risks.
He demanded that the White House stops using economic, trade and scientific-technological issues as a weapon to attack Beijing and urged it to guarantee all foreign companies a fair and non-discriminatory business environment.
The official also spoke out against Canada’s new foreign policy strategy, because the content related to China is full of ideological bias.
According to the spokesman, China has no hegemonic aspirations and is committed to peaceful development, profit-sharing cooperation, respect for the world order, and the promotion of world peace.
Similarly, Zhao repudiated Germany’s remarks about alleged pressures from China, Saudi Arabia, and other wealthy nations within the G-77.
He denied that China is preventing foreign investment in its domestic infrastructure projects such as ports, power systems and airports, and described Germany’s alleged dependence on China as a false narrative.