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).
Under the circumstances of Sino-U.S. trade frictions and Pro-Brexit, China and the UK might become convenient bedfellows – centered around the Belt and Road Initiative and free trade.
Malaysia’s market previously was abuzz with talk that the project would be ditched by the newly elected Pakatan Harapan government as the cost was deemed too high and not viable.
Beijing- Belt and Road International Forum was held in Beijing on June 28, with the theme of “The Win-Win of the Belt and Road Initiative”.
The first FOCAC was held in Beijing in 2006. Twelve years later, leaders from China and African countries are once again gathering together in Beijing to discuss China-Africa cooperation in a new era.
Today, China is Australia’s largest trading partner both in terms of imports and exports. If anything that would launch Australia and China relation into the next stage, it would be cooperating on Belt and Road Initiative.
At the end of 2017, with the first trilateral dialogue between the foreign ministers of China, Pakistan and Afghanistan held in Beijing, Afghanistan, which is located in the north wing of the corridor, will join the flagship project.
The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road (also known as “The Belt and Road Initiative”, henceforth referred to as B&R) is a grand international investment project with the dual aims of connecting the Eurasian Continent through trade-facilitating infrastructure, and building a community of common interests throughout the participating countries.
Overseas media questions why China would help the ECOWAS build its new headquarters and whether this action is intended to enhance China’s political influence in the region. What is the actual situation?
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s there day visit to China yielded considerable fruits for both countries, propelling the bilateral cooperation into a new era, promoting China-UK relations, and enhancing mutually-beneficial, practical and open development.
Quickly recognized as an innovative and modern form of globalization, China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has changed the concept of development, connectivity and inclusiveness based on policy communication, infrastructure connectivity, unimpeded trade, monetary circulation and understanding between ordinary people around the globe.
China published a white paper on its Arctic policy Friday, pledging cooperative governance and elaborating a vision of “Polar Silk Road”.