The Chinese have described this week’s talks with the United States in Switzerland as constructive, according to SCMP reports. Talks in Switzerland between Yang Jiechi and White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan ended without the confrontational tone that damages their March assembly in Anchorage, Alaska, and Beijing this time said the discussion “is adequate to strengthen mutual understanding. “ The most sensible Chinese diplomat under pressure on the importance of Washington’s positive gestures towards the environment and the two sides agreed to a virtual summit between their presidents. China has attached importance to President Biden’s recent positive statements on China-US relations, Jiechi said. The United States has called a face-to-face meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his U. S. counterpart Joe Biden; however, they finalized a virtual convention before the end of the year. During six hours of talks in Zurich, the two sides expressed their differences on the issues and pledged to maintain communication. China expects the United States to adopt a rational and pragmatic policy toward China and work with China to respect each other’s core interests and primary concerns. They also agreed to collaborate on climate change. The two were to have a “frank” and “far-reaching” discussion, with Sullivan pointing to alleged human rights violations in Xinjiang, the setting for the deployment of hong Kong and Beijing’s military in the South China Sea. Price Action: Shares of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA) rose 5% to $151. 3 in the premarket consultation, the latest check on Thursday, Baidu Inc (NASDAQ: BIDU) rose 3. 31% to $154. 31, DiDi Global Inc (NYSE: DIDI) rose 3. 43% to $7. 84 and Bilibili Inc (NASDAQ: BILI) rose 5. 45% to $67. 77. Photo from Henrikas Mackevicius at Pixabay