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China continues to be a favourable spot for its 'haigui'
China's booming economy, favorable domestic policies, and tighter immigration policies in Western countries have resulted in the return of "haigui".
AIIB hopes to win over critics and promote BRI
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, with its hugely different model from the "strings attached" World Bank and IMF funding programs, hopes to win over critics and promote China's Belt and Road Initiative.
Belt and Road Initiative not a 'vanity project'
Time and facts have proven China's sincerity in building a trade and infrastructure network connecting Asia with Europe and Africa to seek common prosperity. It is China's sincerity and tangible benefits that have made the BRI more and more attractive.
Why is China still a developing country?
China is still a developing country with a long way to go before it becomes a developed one.
Nicholas Rosellini: BRI provides opportunities in sustainable development
The Belt and Road Initiative, as an important platform for globalization, is providing great opportunities for countries around the world to develop economy.
Bangladesh eyes deeper investments from China
Bangladesh, a strategic partner of China, is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world and presents fertile ground for Chinese investment in infrastructure through the BRI framework.
BRI: Six years of success in Africa
China and African relations have reached a high point since the Belt and Road Initiative has unlocked huge growth potential among African nations.
BRI: Platform for promoting multilateralism and deeper integration
BRI is on track to build deeper global multilateralism, integration and improve the livelihoods of millions around the world through economic liberalization.
Participation of EU countries in BRI injecting new momentum
With member countries of the European Community warming to the idea of joining China's Belt and Road Initiative, prospects are rosy for growth of a community of shared interests.
European countries see more opportunities than risks in BRI
Against a rising tide of protectionism around the world, China's Belt and Road Initiative could provide a shortcut to business opportunities for European countries.
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