Guan Zhaoyu: World is looking forward to the 2nd CIIE already
Yesterday, the first China International Import Expo (CIIE), a dazzling expo that lasted six days, successfully wrapped up in Shanghai. It is reported that 3617 companies from 151 countries and regions participated in the event. According to primary data, over 570 goods, technologies or service products made their debut at the expo and it attracted 3600 foreign buyers from 72 countries and regions. The value of prospective deals reached 57.8 billion US dollars, of which deals made with the Belt2018.11.13
Wang Peng: Is Trump-Macron Twitter spat the start of a trans-Atlantic divorce?
It was reported earlier this week that French President Emmanuel Macron suggested Europe should "build its own military in order to protect itself from the US, China, and Russia." This claim enraged American President Donald Trump, who soon angrily tweeted “very insulting” as a response.2018.11.13
Wang Wen: Three misconceptions about China's import market
Long before the expo, there has been many misconceptions about China's foreign trade. While the CIIE is successfully wrapping up and prospective deals are reported to have reached 57.8 billion US dollars, these misunderstandings are hard to clear up.2018.11.12
Liu Zhiqin: Why do Americans have difficulty understanding China?
On November 7, former US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson delivered a speech in Singapore, focusing on the main problems in China-US relations. He believes that if China and the United States cannot reach consensus on certain core issues, the possibility of a "cold war" or "accidental conflict" between the two countries will increase significantly, and the economic "iron curtain" will reappear.2018.11.12
Wang Peng: Pacific islands value China cooperation, see no threat
The 2018 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Week is taking place from November 12-18 in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.2018.11.16
Chen Dingding: For China, how much will the outcome of the US mid-term elections matter?
The highly anticipated U.S. midterm elections are finally through. Although some votes are still being counted or recounted, the main result seems to be clear: the opposition Democratic Party has regained the control of the House while the Republican Party retains its majority in the Senate.2018.11.16
Tailored support can boost private economy
President Xi Jinping's recent speech on the private economy has boosted confidence in the private sector as well as China's economy. But what difficulties nonpublic enterprises face and how can they be resolved? Four experts share their views on the issue.2018.11.16
Wang Peng: Australia expresses concern about China's involvement
As China steps up its cooperation with the Pacific region, Australia is expressing concerns. Wang Peng, an associate researcher at Renmin University of China, explains why accusations that Beijing is trying to turn the region into a diplomatic battlefield are groundless.2018.11.16
Boris Guseletov: Bright Prospects for Expanding Trade and Economic Cooperation Between Russia and China
Veteran Chinese historian Tan Chung seeks to overturn the concept of `sinocentrism’ with new book `China: A 5,000-Year Odyssey’
10 experts interpret Xi Jinping’s keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the BRICS Business Forum