Good results were achieved in coping with major financial risks, and reducing poverty and pollution, thereby promoting people’s well-being, strong economic development and social balance.
For 2019, Chinese GDP growth could eventually achieve around 6.2 percent in full-year growth, assuming policymakers succeed in the challenging balancing act to sustain higher-quality growth while suppressing faster debt accumulation.
The development process under the BRI and CPEC in Afghanistan will also help eliminate terrorism and generate employment opportunities in the country for unemployed youth.
During the opening ceremony of the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai on Nov. 5, China announced its import of goods and services are […]
China-Japan ties will thrive in the future, Kazuo Ogura, former Japanese ambassador to France, said in his speech at this year’s Beijing-Tokyo Forum in mid-October. […]
Croatia, a member of the 16+1 Initiative, has welcomed Chinese investments and believes they can complement EU funds.