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Lai's risky gamble with 'Taiwan independence'
​The political lies and inflammatory rhetoric of the "inaugural speech" given by Taiwan's new leader, Lai Ching-te, effectively made the address a de facto "manifesto" for "Taiwan independence."
'Overcapacity' is pseudo-proposition
The narrative of "overcapacity" in China's new energy industry is a pseudo-proposition, whether viewed from the principles of market economy and the law of value, or analyzed under the context of global division of labor and international market.
Latest US tariffs on China undermine America's green future
The latest U.S. decision to raise tariffs on a host of clean energy products from China is not just economically myopic but also detrimental to its own transition to a greener economy.
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Lai's risky gamble with 'Taiwan independence'

​The political lies and inflammatory rhetoric of the "inaugural speech" given by Taiwan's new leader, Lai Ching-te, effectively made the address a de facto "manifesto" for "Taiwan independence."

'Overcapacity' is pseudo-proposition

By Zhong Sheng

The narrative of "overcapacity" in China's new energy industry is a pseudo-proposition, whether viewed from the principles of market economy and the law of value, or analyzed under the context of global division of labor and international market.

Latest US tariffs on China undermine America's green future

The latest U.S. decision to raise tariffs on a host of clean energy products from China is not just economically myopic but also detrimental to its own transition to a greener economy.

The power source of China's new energy industry

By Gao Wencheng

China's emerging industries have garnered comparative advantages on a global scale, a result of market competition and selection guided by market economy principles.

Western industrial rhetoric nothing but an economic fallacy

By Ni Yueju

The United States and its Western allies have been hyping up the non-existent China's "overcapacity" issue to justify their protectionist measures and to paint China as a threat to international trade.

Overcapacity or over-competitive China

By Otton Solis

The truth is that, in the face of China's highly competitive economy, some countries are desperately trying to find ways to check its development.

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Rutte's China visit boosts Sino-Dutch ties amid trade growth

By George N. Tzogopoulos

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's visit to China, celebrating a decade of "open and pragmatic partnership," signals a promising step forward for bilateral relations.

China is firmly committed to global climate governance

By Jiang Shixue

Climate change is a common challenge facing all of mankind. China is actively participating in and making major contributions to global climate governance.

Wang Yi's recent visits to New Zealand and Australia deepen ties

By Hannan Hussain

Wang Yi's recent invitational visits to both New Zealand and Australia mark a promising charge toward future political and economic collaboration with the two Oceanian countries.

 
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