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China does remarkably well in improving business environment
The World Bank has acknowledged China as a shining example of doing business, and this can be attributed mainly to the constant efforts by governments at all levels to optimize business environment.
The price of COVID-19 complacency in the US
The United States, with over 4.75 million confirmed cases, is suffering the world's worst COVID-19 outbreak. But how did a country with such vast resources get itself in this position?
US closure of Houston consulate unjustified
The abrupt closure of the Chinese consulate in Houston surprised analysts, experts and citizens. The sudden announcement left many to speculate about why the U.S. would take such unprecedented action.
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China does remarkably well in improving business environment

By He Shuquan

The World Bank has acknowledged China as a shining example of doing business, and this can be attributed mainly to the constant efforts by governments at all levels to optimize business environment.

China is not the US enemy, the virus is

The next few months before the U.S. presidential election on November 3 will be a high-risk period for Sino-U.S. relations as Donald Trump will do anything to win his reelection. The possibility of the Trump administration resorting to military conflict against China can't be ruled out.

Post-COVID-19 global economy calls for responsibility

By Thomas S. Axworthy

There is little good that can come out of the tragedy of a pandemic, but if there is even a hint of a silver lining, it is that we have come to value what is truly essential in our societies.

Do tutorial schools help promote educational revolution?

By Mathew Wong

Coding education is a new field that could revolutionize China's formal education system. However, this is currently being piloted largely by private companies, which is raising some concern among educators.

China's continued opening up an effort to boost globalization

By Wang Huiyao

With the world economy falling into recession once again under the economic impact of COVID-19, China, as the world's second largest economy, has continued to promote a higher level of opening up, becoming the main source of the recovery of the world economy once again.

US provocations can't buck the trend of peace and cooperation in the South China Sea

By Ren Yuanzhe

The U.S. has been creating tension for its own benefit in the South China Sea in recent months. However, it will not buck the general trend of close cooperation among regional countries.

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The price of COVID-19 complacency in the US

By Mitchell Blatt

The United States, with over 4.75 million confirmed cases, is suffering the world's worst COVID-19 outbreak. But how did a country with such vast resources get itself in this position?

Trump's anti-testing policies put lives of Americans at risk

By Mitchell Blatt

President Donald Trump's reported plan to cut spending on COVID-19 testing to slim down the number of new cases will undermine the ability of the United States to combat the pandemic, and put the lives of Americans at risk.

Huge achievements in China-Saudi relations

By Jin Liangxiang

Diplomatic relations between China and Saudi Arabia have been steadily moving forward over the last three decades. There are many reasons for this progress, but the most important is mutual respect for the values of the other side.

 
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Changsha: Focus on industrial chains to promote trend-bucking growth

By promoting the 5G plus industrial internet strategy, Changsha is consolidating its world-renowned engineering machinery industry.