Ambassadors on BRICS Plus

Then how do other developing countries make of the proposal? What opportunities does the BRICS Plus promise to them? To get some insight about these, China Today interviewed ambassadors of Iran, Georgia, Nepal, and South Sudan to China as well as two diplomats from Argentina and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

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Xiamen BRICS Summit to Aid India-China Relations

China will host the 9th Annual Summit of BRICS in the southeast China’s coastal city of Xiamen, Fujian Province on September 3-5, 2017 in its capacity as chair of the influential bloc which is comprised of five countries, namely Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.

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Usher in the Second Golden Decade of BRICS

Taking over the rotating presidency, China will host the ninth BRICS summit in Xiamen during September 3-5 this year. It is one of the most important diplomatic activities in China this year and will usher in the second golden decade of development for the BRICS mechanism.

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What is Behind Section 301 Investigation into China?

On August 14 US President Donald Trump issued a presidential memo directing the United States Trade Representative (USTR) to conduct a Section 301 investigation into China. Robert Lighthizer, the USTR, subsequently announced the process.
Trump explained the reason behind the move as China’s “forced technology transfer” and “theft of American IP”, and called the investigation “a very big move” and “just a beginning.”

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India’s Illegal Trespass Breaks International Law

China’s Position Concerning Indian Border Troops Crossing of the China-India Boundary in the Sikkim Sector was published on 2 August to allow the international community to become better acquainted with the facts of the issue, and to fully explain China’s stance on the matter

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UK Wants to be a New Trouble Maker by Cruising the South China Sea

A range of new weapons and equipment made their first appearance at a military parade on Zhurihe training base on 30th July. Chinese troops received battle training. Over the East China Sea, the PLA escorted foreign aircraft out of China’s air defense identification zone, while in the South China Sea, the PLA engaged in standard fleet maneuvers.

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