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Chinese State Councilor and Public Security Minister Guo Shengkun (R) shakes hands with US Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson during the first ministerial meeting between the Chinese Ministry of Public Security and the US Homeland Security Department in Beijing Twins Fernando Rodney Jersey , China, April 9, 2015. [PhotoXinhua]
BEIJING - The United States has agreed to streamline the procedure to repatriate Chinese corrupt officials abroad, after meetings between security officials from the world's two largest economies, China News Service reported Saturday, quoting a statement from the US Department of Homeland Security.


In the statement released Saturday, the department said that US Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson had reached an agreement with the Chinese side over simplifying the process to repatriate Chinese citizens who have received the final deportation orders.


The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will work closely with Chinese Ministry of Public Security to verify the real identity of Chinese citizens applying for travel documents and they will also ensure the arrangement of regular chartered flights to advance the repatriation process, according to the statement.


The official Xinhua News Agency also reported late Friday that the United States has promised support for China's campaign to hunt corrupt officials fleeing abroad.


Johnson visited China for the meetings between April 9 and 10, the first of its kind by a US Secretary of Homeland Security in nine years. Talks this week between Chinese domestic security leaders Meng Jianzhu and Guo Shengkun, and Jeh Johnson also touched on counter-terrorism, intellectual property rights, maritime law enforcement and cybersecurity issues, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.


Guo said the two sides should seek cooperation in law-enforcement, Xinhua said, and that both sides agreed they would not provide refuge to fugitives.


Chinese public security authorities said the United States supported Chinese programs dubbed "Sky Net" and "Operation Fox Hunt," which are meant to coordinate a campaign to track down suspected corrupt officials who have fled overseas and to recover their assets.


The Chinese government has given the United States a priority list of Chinese officials suspected of corruption and who are believed to have fled there, state media has reported.


Chinese officials have said more than 150 "economic fugitives" including corrupt government officials are in the United States.


China's anti-corruption watchdog said last month that more than 500 suspects were repatriated to China last year, along with more than 3 billion yuan ($484.32 million).


Chinese President Xi Jinping has said he aims to track down corrupt officials across sectors in a far-reaching campaign against graft.




OTTAWA, Sept. 18 (Xinhua) -- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said here on Monday that his country will not do business with U.S. aerospace giant Boeing because the company has sued a Canadian company.


Trudeau made the remarks at a joint press conference after his meeting British Prime Minister Theresa May, who arrived here Monday for one-day visit.


It means that Trudeau's government may walk away from a controversial plan to purchase 18 interim Super Hornet fighter jets from Boeing if the company doesn't stand down.


Boeing launched a trade dispute with Montreal-based Bombardier earlier this year. It accused its rival Bombardier of selling its CSeries passenger jets to a U.S. airline at an unfairly low price with help from government subsidies, and said the case affected its long-term economic health.


The U.S. Commerce Department is currently investigating the complaint, and is expected to release its preliminary findings next week.


Trudeau said "the action that Boeing has taken is very much in their narrow economic interests, to harm a potential competitor, and quite frankly is not in keeping with the kind of openness to trade that we know benefits citizens in all countries around the world."


"We won't do business with a company that's busy trying to sue us and trying to put our aerospace workers out of business," he added


May said she has already made her feelings clear in a phone call with U.S. President Donald Trump, someone Trudeau also said would be hearing on the matter of Boeing vs. Bombardier.


"I will raise the issue of Bombardier when I meet with him again later this week," said May.


"I will be impressing upon him the importance of Bombardier to the United Kingdom., and particularly, obviously, to jobs in Northern Ireland."


Bombardier is a major Canadian company and a significant employer in Northern Ireland, with 5,000 workers in Belfast making up about 10 percent of the area's manufacturing jobs.


In a statement released Monday, Boeing accused Bombardier of a "classic case of dumping" by offering the CSeries for sale in the U.S. "at absurdly low prices" after it "sold poorly in the marketplace."


"No one is saying Bombardier cannot sell its aircraft anywhere in the world. But sales must be according to globally accepted trade law, not violating those rules seeking to boost flatlining business artificially," the statement said.


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