Published: Thu, December 14, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

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South Korean President Moon Jae-in met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Thursday during a visit to Beijing aimed at repairing ties frayed by a dispute over the deployment of an American anti-missile system.

Both countries had made "meticulous preparations" for Moon's China trip "with the same goal in mind, which is that we want to make sure that this visit is very successful", Lu said.

The deadlock hurt trade and South Korea's business interests in China but the two countries are now exploring opportunities to work together against the backdrop of an unpredictable North Korea. While South Korea has resisted China's demands to withdraw THAAD, which it says is needed to counter the threat of North Korean missiles, Beijing has said it approves of a pledge from Seoul not to expand it.

China's relationship with South Korea has been testy since Seoul allowed the deployment of a USA anti-missile system on domestic soil, but that may soon change as the world's second-largest economy needs a few favors from its neighbor too.

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Moon plans to sign a memorandum with Chinese President Xi Jinping today in a step towards follow-up negotiations about services and investments under the South Korea-China Free Trade Agreement.

The US' Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system is the most advanced missile interceptor known to date, created to shoot down ballistic missiles as they approach their target. This comes after China and South Korea in October agreed to work to get their relations back on track after a year-long standoff over the deployment the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system.

A Tuesday report calls on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate crimes against humanity committed in North Korea's political prisons and by its leader Kim Jong-un.

"Who would have thought that state officials could beat up reporters from a partner country like this at a national event attended by head of state, which is neither a warzone nor a violent protest site", the KPPA said.

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The THAAD deployment cost South Korean firms such as K-pop businesses dearly as Beijing retaliated.

"For reasons known to all, China-South Korea relations have experienced some setbacks", Xi said before meeting the South Korean president, quoted in Bloomberg.

The THAAD disagreement is estimated to have knocked about 0.4 percentage points off expected economic growth in South Korea this year and resulted in lost revenues of around US$6.5 billion (RM26.5 billion) from Chinese tourists in the first nine months of 2017 as the number of visitors fell by half, according to the Bank of Korea and Korea Tourism Organisation.

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