Biden warns China’s Xi against Taiwan aggression during Bali meeting


President Joe Biden told Chinese President Xi Jinping that the U.S. has objections to Beijing’s “coercive and increasingly aggressive actions toward Taiwan,” in a meeting between the two leaders in Bali, Indonesia, the White House said Monday. Biden also raised concerns about China’s “non-market economic practices,” the White House said. Last week the U.S. Treasury reiterated a call for increased transparency from China about its currency practices, and kept Beijing on a list of major U.S. trading partners whose currency practices and economic policies warrant “close attention.” 

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