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Shanghai FTZ: A symbol of China's opening-up
Five years since its initial conception, the Shanghai FTZ, and it's growing list of replicas across the nation, send a clear message to the world: China is open for trade and investment.
Nepal, BRI and the debt-trap diplomacy argument
Suggestions that Nepal faces becoming involved in a "debt trap" by getting involved in BRI projects funded by Chinese loans simply do not hold water.
Pilot FTZs 5 years on: The nuts and bolts of China's opening up
Forty years after China's "Opening up" under Deng Xiaoping, Beijing continues to "cross the river by feeling the stones." With no riverbank in sight, the journey continues.
China's economic miracle presents fresh ideas to global economic governance
As globalization faces a litany of challenges, what can the world learn from China's unprecedented economic successes of the past four decades?
Launch of twin Beidou navigation satellites pushes regional integration agenda further
As China plans to upgrade its Beidou navigation satellite system by 2020, it aims to provide global coverage, especially to countries along the Belt and Road.
Is India ready to maintain equal ties with Nepal?
As uncertainty hangs over the fate of the EPG report, it is imperative for the Nepali members of the Eminent Persons' Group (EPG) on Nepal-India Relations to disclose the contents of the report.
China's reform and opening up: Partnership with Singapore and way forward
Singapore in particular is one of the countries which China learned from during its reform and opening up.
China and the world: 40 years of reform and opening up
In the past 40 years, China has made a difference, and in the future, it is determined to stick to its road of reform and opening up.
Pakistan's intent to learn from China's poverty alleviation program
With China's success in its poverty alleviation work over the past decade, other countries like Pakistan are looking to the learn from China's playbook.
The upward march of China's e-commerce industry
With just 38 percent of the total Chinese population shopping online, there is still plenty of room for further growth.
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