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China-Africa trade is for the long haul
China and Africa are deepening economic ties and partnerships through the Belt and Road Initiative and other agreements, ensuring that trade and prosperity between both regions will continue to grow in the long term.
Race for UK's next Tory Party leader heats up
Top contenders for Tory Party leadership, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt square off in race to potentially become U.K.'s next Prime Minister.
China-Africa partnership – a win-win arrangement
The upcoming China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo in Hunan is a chance for China and African nations to deepen their partnership and create win-win outcomes for all.
China's subway system: Star of rapidly growing economy
Subway systems now dominate the transportation scene in many Chinese cities, and this trend will continue for some years to come, given the massive economic and environmental gains they have achieved.
​How Zambia benefited from FOCAC
Zambia's cooperation with China has led to growing economic development and other African nations can stand to reap similar rewards through the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC).
Duet of Yoga and Taiji
China and India have respectively given the world the unique practices of Taiji and Yoga for mental and physical wellbeing. Now, they offer a great opportunity to promote exchanges and greater cooperation between the two great Asian nations.
Time to build dams in Pakistan
Facing heavy demands on its power generation capabilities, Pakistan is engaged in a mammoth project to promote its enormous hydropower potential with strong Chinese help.
What makes Shanghai's business environment the best in China
Shanghai's unique blend of business-friendly policies and the influx of multicultural talent has helped it become the "best business city" in China.
A plague on everyone's house
The U.S.-provoked trade war harms the entire global economy.
Calamitous uncertainty clouds end game in Sudan and Algeria
Despite the intervention of outside parties interested in achieving peace and a return to constitutional government in Sudan and Algeria, there is nothing on the horizon that gives hope this can be achieved.
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