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Brexit questions persist: If, when and how much?
In the wake of the Brexit vote and PM May's two failed withdrawal agreements, Britain is as fractured as ever about how to move forward.
Global BRI cooperation signals the next stage of China's opening up
Joint construction of the Belt and Road will continue to be a major measure of China's opening up in the new era.
China focuses on opening up wider with improved institutions and transparency
At the opening of the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2018 in south China's Hainan province last April, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced a string of measures to expand opening up.
China's BRI not a 'debt trap' but a shared 'economic pie'
China's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative is not a "debt trap" for African countries but a model of equal economic cooperation.
The spillover effect of China's economic development and its BRI project
China's neighboring countries and the world are to benefit from its economic development and ambitious Belt and Road Initiative.
China's innovation-oriented progress benefits the world
As China makes strides toward its lofty goal to become a world-leading science and tech innovator by 2049, the world benefits as much as the nation from its landmark developments.
China continues opening up and development
The just-concluded NPC session sent a message to the world: Despite changes in the international situation, China's commitment to opening up and development remains unchanged.
'Two Sessions' boost China's commitment to high-quality development
China passes reforming measures in "Two Sessions" to promote high quality economic growth, showing its commitment to global growth and multilateralism.
BRI developments a boon to Bangladesh
Bangladesh looks set to benefit in multiple ways from future developments with the Belt and Road Initiative mapped out at China's annual NPC session.
More R&D needed for China to enter its next stage of economic growth
China should spend more on research and development as the next stage of its economic growth relies heavily on high quality innovation.
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