Until the COVID-19 outbreak, the Belt and Road initiative had emerged as the most successful integration platform for years on the world stage, guaranteeing common prosperity and win-win results.
China and BRI countries should closely work together to devise plans to prevent the economic fallout by the pandemic from having severe impact on BRI projects.
The year 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of China-Ethiopia diplomatic relations. The development of long-term friendly and cooperative relations between China and Ethiopia serves the aspirations and interests of the two peoples.
Former Secretary General of the League of Arab States talked about China, its development and its Belte and Road Initiative.
Mongolia and China are aiming to bring trade volume to $10 billion by 2020.
China and Ethiopia share unique cultures, ancient civilizations and fast-growing economies.
List of China’s top 500 companies shows new trends
I see that China’s leadership has tried to keep on the one hand, the old traditions of Chinese politics and culture, whilst on the other hand, give a chance to make China more modern and give China a chance to be one of the best economic players in the world.
Global survey shows more people keen on Chinese solutions to international issues
【High-level Interview】 Vietnamese Scholar: BRI Can Integrate the World Economy and Trade into a Unified Internet
Scholars in Vietnam believe that BRI will bring lots of opportunities to Vietnam’s infrastructure construction, regional economic and trade cooperation and help promote its economic development and integration into the region
【High-level Interview】Philippine Scholar: China Plays an Important Role in Philippines’ Infrastructure Construction
It is hard to connect the Philippines’ domestic markets to each other. That is, there are serious problems in the infrastructure of the Philippines. China can play a very important role in its infrastructure.
China and Europe are both proponents of an inclusive trade system where the predictability and certainty provided by them is a balancing force against unilateralism. The global multilateral arrangement could have easily reached its tipping point if it was not for the willingness of China and Europe to keep it functioning.