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.
Forty years ago, on December 18, 1978, a brand-new China was born with late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping’s winning vision of “reform and opening-up.” Like the “Long March,” it was a battle to make China modern and prosperous under the Communist Party of China (CPC).
As one of the major persistent global issues, poverty is a common challenge for humanity. China, once home to the world’s largest poverty-stricken population, was one of the first countries in the world to introduce state assistance measures.
Chinese President Xi Jinping underscored the importance of keeping in mind both internal and international imperatives, focusing on realizing Chinese nation’s rejuvenation and promoting human progress, and making contributions to the building of a global community of shared future.
Chinese President Xi Jinping embarked on an inspection tour of the province, visiting historic sites, marine labs, state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and villages in east China’s Shandong Province.
China has been a staunch advocate of the multilateral trading system, and fully honored its commitments to the WTO in all aspects.
China’s State Council Information Office released a white paper titled “China and the World Trade Organization” on Thursday.
During these 40 years, China has witnessed an economic transformation from an agrarian collective farmer-based economy into the world’s second-largest economy after the US.
Yan was born in 1973 to a farming family in Xiaogang, a small village in eastern China’s Anhui province. The eldest of five siblings, Yan saw little prospect for his family in the way farming was done in the village, and decided to find out what was out there.