As it moves closer to the stage in which its agricultural sector is of a higher quality and efficiency, its rural areas are suitable to live and work in, and its farmers are well-off, China will make more contributions to the world’s anti-poverty program.
China and India face similar development tasks and goals, and their common interests far outweigh their differences.
In terms of understanding each other, China’s long history and the relatively short American history both offer sources of study. They will help to see each other’s point of view and become appreciative of each other, instead of growing antagonistic.
As people from China and the U.S. travel to each other’s countries, communication will become better and better. We will learn to communicate in ways each other will understand and bridge the gap between our communication.
In the face of potential global inflation, China needs proper macro-control policies to create a friendly environment for overall economic recovery and development.
African governments must therefore bring together stakeholders both from the public and private sector to take part in the formulation and implementation of policies geared toward promoting coordinated regional development.