Pudong New District was born in 1990, during China’s reform and opening-up and has since prospered with it.
Since 1974, a sort of mythology has grown up around how Malaysia’s current strong relations with China began to take shape in that year, when Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak became the first ASEAN leader to normalize relations with it.
This is a first in the history of China’s automobile industry and a breakthrough since diplomatic relations were established between China and South Africa.
Numerous influential local news media of the UAE and African countries followed closely and covered extensively Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit.
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This by itself makes it a key international event – a type of equivalent of a G7 for developing countries. But BRICS represents a greater proportion of world economic growth than the advanced G7 economies.
The visit was widely welcomed by African development experts as an opportunity for new cooperation between China and the African continent.
China’s economic rise and the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) economic association have provided the African continent with a range of new development partners and opportunities unmatched in its post-colonial history.
Arab states, as important participants and co-creators of the ancient Silk Road civilization located at the juncture of the land and maritime Silk Roads, are natural partners in Belt and Road cooperation.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang paid an official visit to Germany recently, where he co-chaired the fifth round of China-Germany intergovernmental consultations along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited Europe on July 5-11, where he attended the 7th leaders’ meeting of China and the Central and Eastern European countries (CEEC), in Sofia.
Maintaining the framework of the World Trade Organization (WTO) is a key issue for the prosperity of every country – including China. In developing countries well over a billion people have been lifted out of poverty by economic growth underpinned by globalization, while international trade strongly supports the living standard of advanced countries.