Masks and gloves, coming from different places, are exchanged, through the world, where help is needed. This is the good side of globalization: you can count on friends from different places.
In the next period, China-Africa economic and trade cooperation should move from a stage where scale is the primary goal to one that focuses on efficiency, health, safety and sustainability.
There is no doubt that China has set a global record in the fight against poverty which offers Africa an opportunity to learn and to build a strong socio-economic foundation for the future prosperity of its people.
After seven years’ investment of time and effort in reaching this agreement, it would be a pity if it simply came into existence and then brought about no change at all.
In this fast-developing digitalized time, we should work to prevent any country or sections of the global population from falling into new poverty brought by digital inequality.
Research into the application of new technologies to improve the work and life of humanity is just beginning. Where it leads us is worth watching. One thing appears clear: The innovation powerhouse of Shenzhen will play a key role in shaping the future.
In the future, the Indian government needs to strictly implement the India-China Bilateral Investment Treaty, take practical measures to safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese enterprises investing in India, and provide a safe, fair and predictable business environment for foreign enterprises, including those from China.
The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the instability and inequity of the current system. The world is standing at the threshold of great change — everything must be completely reimagined.
Now we hope that on the basis of the achievements of the past 75 years, the United Nations will achieve strong development with the support and participation of more countries.