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July-18-2019
China's economic growth remains stable
A senior researcher at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China, offers a detailed explanation of China's stable economic performance in the first half of the year.
July-16-2019
Onwards from the Osaka G20
Seize the momentum for multilateral cooperation to meet economic challenges.
July-14-2019
The crisis facing our 'Planet's Lungs'
The Amazon rainforest is facing rapidly increasing rate of deforestation, which is endangering not only Brazil but the entire planet's ecosystem.
July-13-2019
Avenues of China-Europe cooperation continue to prosper
With China serving as a global tech leader and pioneer in clean energy initiatives, the country is more aligned with Europe than many would think.
July-12-2019
Leaked UK cables: A sign of a government in disarray
Leaked cables revealing United Kingdom Ambassador Kim Darroch criticizing President Trump have caused a rift between London and Washington.
July-10-2019
Forming a new landscape of open financial markets
China's reform and opening up is expanding to its finance sector, with a number of new policies and initiatives that will not only benefit the country, but foreign enterprises as well.
July-10-2019
Launch of AfCFTA marks new phase of China-Africa cooperation
Africa has taken a big step forward in its vision of creating a global economic powerhouse in the region, with China a major partner.
July-9-2019
The necessity of waste sorting
China rolls out more eco-friendly policies to encourage citizens to sort their waste and create a more sustainable environment.
July-7-2019
The critical role of wetlands in saving the planet
The extent of ecologically-vital wetlands around the world has shrunk drastically in recent centuries, but a conference in China in 2021 will highlight the efforts being made to prevent further disasters.
July-6-2019
Beyond the rhetoric, an Iran-US war is far from certain
Although Iran and the U.S. seem to be on a collision course over the former's nuclear program, there is every reason to believe outright war is not the chief option.
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