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British paying high price for emotional Brexit decision
The British people voted to leave the European Union. Now, they find themselves in unchartered waters, having to pay for a decision based more on emotion than thoughtful calculation.
China marches towards eliminating poverty by 2020
China is moving closer to its target of eliminating all poverty in the country by 2020, providing an important model for other developing countries eager for a similar result.
Is US concern over China-Israel Haifa port reasonable?
As U.S. pressure threatens the China-Israel agreement over a new port at Haifa, relations between all three countries are further undermined by exaggerated suspicions and insecurity.
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China marches towards eliminating poverty by 2020

By Rachana Gupta

China is moving closer to its target of eliminating all poverty in the country by 2020, providing an important model for other developing countries eager for a similar result.

​The future has come: AI in education and poverty alleviation

​By Li Weifeng

​With the advent of artificial intelligence, China is poised to put new technologies to use in the fight against poverty, thus decentralizing the best resources and bringing a high-quality education to all children.

Where does China's fiscal posture point?

By Daniel Hyatt

According to the Central Economic Work Conference, 2018 was instrumental in China's forward progress on the path of economic progress and open trade as it nears 2020's prosperity milestone.

China moving towards high-quality and sustainable economic development

By Rachana Gupta

The Central Economic Work Conference is a critical meeting in dealing with risk through substantial policy adjustments, prudent monetary and fiscal policies, balanced trade policies and continuous reforms.

Aamir Khan's 'Thugs of Hindostan' eyeing success in China

By Manisha Chakraborty

The Chinese release of Bollywood star Aamir Khan's latest blockbuster "Thugs of Hindostan" is expected to draw out devoted fans across China, where Indian cinema has in recent years forged significant cultural exchange and greater understanding of Indian people.

Understanding China: New growth drivers and opportunities for cooperation

By Daniel Hyatt

China is displaying a renewed intent to work with global players. The availability of sophisticated infrastructure, a skilled workforce and new areas of growth is making China an attractive destination for investment.

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British paying high price for emotional Brexit decision

By Sajjad Malik

The British people voted to leave the European Union. Now, they find themselves in unchartered waters, having to pay for a decision based more on emotion than thoughtful calculation.

Is US concern over China-Israel Haifa port reasonable?

By Jin Liangxiang

As U.S. pressure threatens the China-Israel agreement over a new port at Haifa, relations between all three countries are further undermined by exaggerated suspicions and insecurity.

A new political crisis in Greece?

By George N. Tzogopoulos

Despite the relative resilience of the Greek coalition government over the past four years, a new conflict over the renaming of the Republic of Macedonia may spell further upheavals to Greece's governance and economy.

 
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China-US trade talk: Meet halfway and control trade frictions

A new round of China-U.S. vice-ministerial trade talks has concluded. This was an important step to implement the consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries in Argentina last month.