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BEIJING, Sept. 5 (Xinhua) -- It is a hope of China that the United States and South Korea will make positive contribution to regional stability and development instead of mishandling sensitive issues and intensifying disputes by deploying the THAAD anti-missile system.

At the G20 Hangzhou Summit, Chinese President Xi Jinping and his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama had in-depth, candid and constructive talks on China-U.S. relations and major regional and global issues of common interests, and reached consensus on a wide range of important issues.

The two sides agreed to continue the joint endeavor to move forward their new model of major-country relationship, pledging to deepen mutual trust and coordination, and manage differences in a constructive manner to promote the sustained, sound and steady development of China-U.S. relations.

The determination and joint leadership that China and the United States have demonstrated on the sidelines of the G20 summit in fighting climate change have also won widespread applause.

During his meeting with South Korean President Park Geun-hye, Xi praised the "leapfrog development" of bilateral ties, saying China and the Republic of Korea should cherish their political mutual trust, safeguard the basis for bilateral cooperation, and overcome difficulties and challenges to put bilateral ties on the right track toward stable and healthy development.

Xi also reaffirmed China's commitment to achieving denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula, safeguarding peace and stability of the peninsula, and solving relevant issues through dialogue and consultation.

However, the Chinese president also clearly expressed China's opposition against the U.S. deployment of the anti-missile system of Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) in South Korea during his talks with Obama and Park separately.

Xi told Obama that China opposes the deployment of the anti-missile system of THAAD in South Korea, while urging the United States to respect China's strategic security interests.

While meeting with Park, Xi stressed that mishandling the issue is not conducive to strategic stability in the region, and could intensify disputes.

It is not common for China to clearly express opposition to the possible deployment of THAAD on such bilateral diplomatic occasions, which shows China's serious concerns about the issue.

The THAAD issue has already become a roadblock to China's relations with the United States as well as South Korea. China's legitimate concerns deserve understanding by the two countries, which need to avoid taking any moves that might put regional peace further at risk.

THAAD's X-band radar is believed to have a detection range as far as 2,000 km in forward-based mode. Thus once placed in South Korea, the United States would be able to peer conveniently deep into China and Russia, imposing a grave threat to the security interests of the two countries and to regional peace.

With Seoul agreeing to let THAAD in, a new arms race is well expected. If that were to happen, then regional countries would be sucked into a security dilemma and an unavoidable action-reaction cycle.

Games > Game Genres > Sports GamesSports Equipment Market to Record an Impressive GrowthUS$ 81 ,821 Million by 2020

Posted by persistencemarketresearch in Games on June 2nd, 2017

According to a new market report published by Persistence Market Research “Global Market Study on Sports Equipment: Ball Sports to be the largest segment by 2020”, the global Sports Equipment market was valued at USD 66 ,528.8 million in 2013 and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 3.0% from 2014 to 2020, to reach USD 81,821.0 million by 2020.

Sample of this report is available upon request @ global sports equipment market is witnessing a considerable growth over the last few years. Increasing participation in sports activities , growing consumer awareness about health and fitness, and emergence of e-commerce are some of the key drivers impelling the growth of sports equipment market. However, increasing availability of counterfeit products and rising prices of sports equipment are restraining the growth of this market to some extent. The global sports equipment market consists of equipment for ball sports , adventure sports, fitness, golf , winter sports, and others sports, including archery , billiards, bowling, wheel sports , pogo sticks, and indoor games. The ball sports equipment segment is expected to be the market’s most lucrative during the forecast period. This segment is expected to account for approximately 26.6% share in the global sports equipment market in 2020. Increasing media coverage of various global sports events such as the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games , and FIFA World Cups encourage the youth to take part in various sports. The sports equipment industry is swiftly embracing new technologies and adapting its products in order to keep pace with rapidly changing global trends. In recent times, there is a growing trend of combining casual and athletic designs. Major sports equipment manufacturers merge sports products with leisurewear to meet the demand for fashionable sportswear.

Request to view Table of Content @ America holds the largest market share for sports equipment, followed by Europe and Asia Pacific. Developed markets in the U.S. and European countries dominate the sports equipment market. The U.S and Canada are the largest markets for sports equipment in North America. According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) , in 2010, Europe, Latin America , and North America together accounted for approximately 70% of the global adventure sports segment. Demand for sports equipment in the developing economies of Asia Pacific is expected to show high growth prospects during the forecast period. Countries such as .
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