If the treaty is abolished, security risks will be reassessed and major powers will redefin
e what “security” is. Overall international relations will be implicated. Such a scenario is unfav
orable to an end to the nuclear crisis on the Korean Peninsula and runs the risk of a rise in conflicts in other regions.
As far as China is concerned, the US intends to make the INF treaty a multilateral agreement, which may become an
excuse for Washington to exert pressure on Beijing. Without the restraints of the treaty,
the US may intensify its deployment of offensive miss
iles and anti-missile systems around China, further increasing China’s strategic security challenges.
Beijing will never accept the treaty becoming a multilateral agreement. It mu
st reject any request from the US on the issue. Instead of relying too much on land-bas
ed missiles for national security, China must diversify its strategic nuclear deterrence. It’s an urgent task.
Local governments at provincial levels can lift tax relief by 30 percent at most according to local conditions.
The tax deduction mainly covers value-added tax, urban maintenance and construction