The stable and growing relationship between China and the bloc has been the bedrock for the improved economic ties.
The next few months will be the time when China and the U.S. prepare to restart their relations from a new standpoint following the November elections. China will need to prepare its policies and make them clear.
China is ahead of the global curve when it comes to economic recovery after months of lockdown, drawing on the fruits of years of continuous improvement of business environment.
Legal experts say that banning TikTok and WeChat would be “unconstitutional” as it would threaten Americans First Amendment rights.
China has not relented its poverty alleviation endeavors while fighting the epidemic. It is on track to complete building a meaningful and durable xiaokang.
Trump’s actions may generate short-term gains, but in the long run, such moves will have a detrimental impact on business confidence.
For American consumers, the lack of competition will ultimately leave them with poorer and more expensive services.
Cultural norms, political partisanship and media influence do not adequately explain why mask wearing has become such an emotionally-charged political issue in the West.
China’s box office stood at 2.242 billion yuan for the first half of 2020, down 93 percent from 2019, as cinemas throughout the country were closed for most time of the period. Now, over half of them have re-opened, but has the coronavirus pandemic inflicted permanent damage on the industry, damage from which it can never recover?