Journalist visas for Chinese media representatives within the United States previously had no expiration date, making the 90-day limit a significant restriction.
China's Foreign Ministry warned of countermeasures in response to the USA new decision to tighten visa guidelines against Chinese journalists and urged the US side to immediately correct its mistakes.
"Now it is resorting to discriminatory restrictive visa measures, severely disrupting Chinese media's normal reporting in the USA and affecting bilateral people-to-people and cultural exchange, he said". Reporters would only have to apply to extend the visa if they moved to a different company or type of reporting.
The analysis attributed the investment slowdown to Chinese restrictions on outbound capital, more regulatory oversight in the United States, slower Chinese economic growth, and rising tensions between the two nations. He added that Washington should immediately reverse the decision or Beijing will have to take countermeasures.
A report out Monday from the National Committee on U.S.
Train ticket booking resumes today on IRCTC: Things to know before travel
Ticket booking counters at railway stations will remain closed and no counter tickets (including platform tickets) will be issued. The 15 special trains modeled on the lines of Rajdhani Express will have fares equivalent to that of the super-fast train.
The dispute began in February, when the US said it would start treating five Chinese state-run news organizations as "foreign missions".
In March, at least 13 reporters from The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Washington Post faced expulsion from the Chinese government as a retaliation to the Trump administration for limiting access to Chinese media members.
USA investment in China ticked up past year - to $14 billion from $13 billion in 2018.
President Donald Trump and other US officials have repeatedly claimed the Chinese government underplayed the country's role a lab in Wuhan, China, had in spreading coronavirus around the globe.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian called this move an escalation of suppression against Chinese media. US President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have also claimed that the virus originated from a lab in the Chinese city of Wuhan.