Objectively, Hong Kong’s economy thrived fundamentally because of its links to China.
The traditional friendship between China and the DPRK was initiated and nurtured by the former leaders of the two parties and countries, which constitutes a valuable asset cherished by both sides.
Contrary to China’s positive efforts, the U.S. has reneged on its promises three times, sacrificing credibility for its own self-interest and repeatedly breaking its promises, putting pressure on China by increasing tax.
Xi called Putin his closest foreign counterpart and best friend.
Trump’s notion of “tariffs paid by China” is based on a mistaken framework.
Africa’s rising levels of external debt – especially those with China – seem to be a cause for concern for many onlookers.
The Chinese economy is facing great challenges due to the uncertainties caused by global economy slowdown and resurging protectionism. However, the country has been able to sustain its growth due to the measures that the government has taken to revitalize the economy and the push for economic stability.
In today’s globalized world, trade peace is a win-win condition that every country wants to have. The U.S.-instigated escalation of trade frictions makes world feel the chill of approaching “trade wars”.
In the new era, U.S. political leaders, think tanks, scholars and media are aggressively reacting to China becoming the largest economy.
While an early trade agreement is widely anticipated, Asia should seek far more fundamental pathways to secure its long- term growth.