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China and the Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) on Friday agreed to enhance connectivity to achieve more development.
A op-ed in the China Daily refutes claims that the Belt and Road program is a debt trap for countries.
The spat between China, the US and Canada continues with latest accusation from Washington.
An editorial in the China Daily argues that America’s insecurities are behind its arrest of a Huawei executive.
The leader said that the summit belongs to world and shows China’s commitment to opening up its economy The inaugural China International Import Expo, which opens in Shanghai on Monday, is hosted by China but belongs to the world, President Xi Jinping said on Sunday.
China called upon states bordering the South China Sea to jointly work with Beijing to guard against external interference and disruption.
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that China does not seek hegemony and will not seek to replace US leadership in the world.
US tariffs on Chinese auto parts will probably result in higher prices and could disrupt the global automotive supply chain industry.
Shinzo Abe is due to visit the Chinese capital to discuss normalizing ties and bilateral cooperation.
Chinese experts discuss global trade tensions and policy options to ensure smooth growth of economy.
The two nations will continue their military cooperation and explore new possible ways to boost their combat abilities.
Washington claims Beijing has launched six economic aggression policies that have undermined the US economy and national security.
China urged the United States to treat its investors and enterprises objectively and fairly, the Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday.
The Chinese economy is forecast to see solid growth in the second half of the year, bolstered by buoyant consumption.
President Trump said on Monday that he could meet his Iranian counterpart without pre-conditions months after pulling out of the Iranian nuclear agreement.
The New Development Bank, set up by BRICS member states, has approved two loans of $600 million in total for sustainable infrastructure projects, one each in China and South Africa.
Allied strikes against the Syrian regime adds to the uncertainty surrounding the middle east situation.