The return of CIFTIS therefore marks an important step in the country’s return to normality, allowing both businesses and government officials to return to matters predating COVID-19, continuing to open-up its economy to the rest of the world.
Almost all leaders have argued that in responding to the pandemic, it is necessary to ‘strike the right balance’ between protecting public health and the economy. The Wuhan Pool Party has shown however, that only a society which has eradicated Covid-19 can hope to rebuild their economy.
Although China is not the only country to struggle with food waste, its enormous population means that this waste is equal to feeding 30 to 50 million people annually.
We get to understand each other and cultures, which will help bring prosperities not just for the two nations or any other bilateral relationship, but those around this world.
TikTok has become the latest Chinese company to be dragged into Washington’s technology war with Beijing. But just why does the US government believe it is unsafe and how do its actions compare to other apps operating in the current market?
It is notable that Washington’s interference in Europe is not limited to Huawei and Nord Stream 2, but is instead part of a much wider policy, leveraging its hegemony as the sole financial superpower to intimidate sovereign nations.
Better than expected economic growth between April and June this year has fuelled promise that the impact of COVID-19 on China will not be as severe as first thought. But with an increasingly volatile international market fuelled by protectionism taking shape, ensuring the vitality of all market entities is a priority for the Chinese economy.
Many cities across China, especially along the Yangtze River Delta, are experiencing some of the worst flooding they have seen for decades. But just what has caused such high levels of rainfall, and what can be done to ensure when the next flood strikes, a similar situation does not reoccur?