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Xi Jinping (pinyin: Xí Jìnpíng; IPA: [ɕɨ̌ t͡ɕînpʰǐŋ]; simplified Chinese: 习近平; traditional Chinese: 習近平; pinyin: Xí Jìnpíng; born 1 June 1953) is a senior leader of the People's...

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Follow us on TWITTER: Like us on FACEBOOK: Hong Kong-based media, China News Agency(CNA), a pro-Chinese Communist Party (CCP), media company quoted a CCP foreign expert as saying that the recent US currency bill, among other issues, has led to the current ongoing Sino-US conflicts. This bill could impact high-level exchanges between the two countries. including warranting a visit by Vice President Xi Jinping to the US Experts are saying that Xi Jinping's succession in the 18th CCP Congress is questionable. Reporter: On October 11, the US Senate passed a currency bill that exerted pressure on China's RMB appreciation, generating a strong reaction from CCP authorities, which included three consecutive days of a lowered central parity rate of the RMB against the US dollar. This is widely seen as an act of protest on the CCP's part. CNA is saying that the timing of Xi Jinping's visit to the US is a suspenseful event between top-level officials of both sides. Other issues on the table will be US arms sales to Taiwan, Sino-US trade frictions, the ongoing power struggle in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as criticizing the CCP in the upcoming US presidential election, all of which will test the will of the CCP leaders. Wu Fan, editor-in-chief of China's Affairs magazine: "It's beyond Xi Jinping's personal control, as personnel changes are expected to occur during the 18th CCP Congress. Even Xi could lose his position. Many unexpected things could <b>...</b>
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