Log in
Log in
Or log in with
GoogleGoogle
Twitter Twitter
Facebook Facebook
Apple Apple     
Sign up
Or log in with
GoogleGoogle
Twitter Twitter
Facebook Facebook
Apple Apple     

MSCI TAIWAN (STRD)

Real-time MSCI  -  02:01 2022-12-09 am EST
530.38 USD   +1.64%
06:14aChipMOS Reports 30% Decline in November Revenue
MT
06:02aTaiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Says Net Revenue Increased in November
MT
06:01aSoft US Jobs Report, China Outlook Boost Asian Stock Markets
MT
SummaryQuotesChartsNewsComponents 
SummaryMost relevantAll NewsOther languagesMarketScreener Strategies

Russia's Lavrov accuses Washington of playing with fire around Taiwan

09/24/2022 | 02:33pm EST
World leaders address the 77th Session of the United Nations General Assembly at U.N. Headquarters in New York City

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) -Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accused the United States of "playing with fire" around Taiwan on Saturday in a speech sharply critical of Washington at the annual gathering at the United Nations.

The United States was now trying to "subjugate" Asian areas, Lavrov said in an address to the United Nations General Assembly, criticizing Washington's formation of "closed format" country groupings in the Indo-Pacific.

"They're playing with fire around Taiwan. On top of that, they're promising military support to Taiwan," Lavrov said.

Tensions between Washington and Beijing over Taiwan have soared after a visit there in August by U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi which was followed by large-scale Chinese military drills, as well as a pledge by U.S. President Joe Biden to defend the democratically governed island.

Putin explicitly backed China over Taiwan. "We intend to firmly adhere to the principle of 'One China'," Putin said last week. "We condemn provocations by the United States and their satellites in the Taiwan Strait."

Lavrov also accused Washington of trying to "turn the entire world into its own backyard" through sanctions. "It's pure, unadulterated dictatorship, or an attempt to impose it."

The United States and its Western allies have imposed a barrage of sanctions on Moscow following its February invasion of Ukraine.

(Reporting by Daphne Psaledakis, Humeyra Pamuk and Michelle Nichols; Editing by Chris Reese)


ę Reuters 2022
All news about MSCI TAIWAN (STRD)
06:14aChipMOS Reports 30% Decline in November Revenue
MT
06:02aTaiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Says Net Revenue Increased in November
MT
06:01aSoft US Jobs Report, China Outlook Boost Asian Stock Markets
MT
05:55aTaiwan Sees Lower Number of Furloughed Workers
MT
05:32aPretax Profit of Taiwanese Financial Firms Slumps 32% in January-October
MT
05:23aInvestors bet on greed and fear as China loosens COVID grip
RE
05:16aApple to Become TSMC's Largest Client in Arizona
MT
03:45aSaudi Arabia gathers China's Xi with Arab leaders in 'new era' of ties
RE
03:40aUS House passes defence bill with billions in Taiwan aid
AN
03:30aASE Technology Posts Lower Revenue in November
MT
More news
Chart MSCI TAIWAN (STRD)
Duration : Period :
MSCI TAIWAN (STRD) Technical Analysis Chart | MarketScreener
Full-screen chart
Technical analysis trends MSCI TAIWAN (STRD)
Short TermMid-TermLong Term
TrendsBullishNeutralBearish