Meanwhile, there are still tensions between the United States and China. The Asian giant accused the United States of sending a spy plane into a no-fly zone used by the Chinese army for real fire drills, without permission yesterday. “It’s a tug of war in a long-term competition, and we should get used to that. It’s been happening for several years, sometimes in a military context, sometimes trade… it’s a competition for technological and economic leadership,” Matellán concluded.