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US trade bullying abuses development rights of people
The trade bullying policy, initiated by the White House, is seeking political benefits at the expense of public interests, which disclosed the repulsive feature of "human rights defender."
China's growth forecast remains strong
Observers increase 2019 growth projections for China due to its healthy economic numbers, and its efforts to transform its economy and ensure that its policies keep it on the right growth trajectory.
Are we having too many PhDs?
Governments and universities should help improve the employability of PhD graduates to boost national innovation and economic growth.
BRI boosts Nepal's infrastructure development
As a participant in the BRI since 2017, Nepal is poised to take full advantage of the economic opportunities on offer, making this the right time to elevate its cooperative partnership with China into a comprehensive and strategic one.
Brexit row threatens to reshape political power in Britain
The Brexit crisis gripping British politics seems likely to lead to a significant realignment of political forces that challenges the country's ruling class.
US ban on Huawei detrimental to both sides
The latest U.S. measures against Huawei will strike a serious blow to the global information and communications industrial chain.
Encouraging signs in the promotion of dialogue
Two major events I attended last week in Beijing and Nanjing encourage great optimism that the Belt and Road Initiative and related programs will enjoy huge success.
Dialogue of civilizations opens up prospects for global development
The Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations (CDAC) currently underway in Beijing is a great opportunity to promote dialogue and develop a joint approach to the world's numerous problems.
Factors bolstering China's consumption will continue to generate results in the long-term
China's domestic consumption is now its key economic growth driver and consumption levels are expected to continue growing in the coming years.
Sincere but firm
China will not compromise its core interests despite mounting U.S. pressure.
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