Third Canadian reportedly detained, China says not aware

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It did not provide further details.

Hua Chunying, spokeswoman of China's Foreign Ministry, at a regular news conference in Beijing, China on January 6, 2016.

Meanwhile, China's vice premier, with responsibility for the domestic economy, and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin talk about the ongoing tariff battle between the two countries. Until her detention, he said, she hadn't had any problems with her visa.

Cutting corners to avoid arresting a Chinese executive at the request of the Americans simply was not an option to keep Canada out of a hard political situation, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Monday.

He declined to give any additional information about the woman, citing privacy concerns.

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"This is not putting the focus on how to improve and ideal the technology, but is speculation targeting specific companies out of political considerations", Hu said.

Several news outlets reported on Wednesday that the woman is a teacher named Sarah McIver. She is due in court on February 6.

The National Post newspaper said the latest detainee was a Canadian woman who was teaching English in China and was held because of "visa complications". The U.S. has pressured other countries to limit use of its technology, warning they could be opening themselves up to surveillance and theft of information. "Canadians should know if suddenly visas are going to be pulled and reviewed and reconsidered". "Two is awful. Three underlines how ruthless China can be", he said.

Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou as part of a USA -led extradition bid, though Beijing has deflected questions about any link between the detained Canadians and the Chinese executive's case.

The company took swipes at the US and its allies Tuesday during its first press event since CFO Meng Wanzhou was detained in Canada on allegations she defrauded banks to violate Iranian sanctions.

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december 1: Canadian authorities arrest Meng at Vancouver's airport while she is en route from Hong Kong to Mexico, after an extradition request from the Americans.

Meng was released on bail mid December, despite American concerns she is a flight risk.

Chinese authorities detained ex-diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor last week on charges of threatening national security. Michael Kovrig, who was on leave from Global Affairs Canada, and entrepreneur Michael Spavor. He also helped arrange a visit to North Korea by former basketball star Dennis Rodman. "It serves as a reminder for people that China is a detention state".

"Every case is different".

"Canadians understand that even though political posturing might be satisfactory in the short term to make yourself. feel like you're stomping on a table and doing something significant, it may not directly contribute to the outcome we all want, which is for these Canadians to come home safely".

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Pressed by public broadcaster Radio-Canada why he had not personally intervened in the cases by calling China's President Xi Jinping, he said on Tuesday: "In global politics, it is always better to proceed by degrees".

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