The newly released annual white book on China's economy and Japanese businesses offers a fresh reminder of deepening bilateral economic ties.
Many pin their hopes on the G20 -- a mechanism that helped tide the world over two financial crises.
The upcoming Group of 20 (G20) summit in Osaka, Japan, will provide a chance for world leaders to conduct in-depth exchanges of views and put forward policy-oriented solutions.
Ahead of a meeting between Chinese and U.S. leaders at the G20 summit in Osaka in Japan, some U.S. officials have taken the wrong attitude by hyping up the "China threat," an unhelpful move to resolving trade issues.
HEAVY RAINS have brought serious flooding to many cities in the south of China since the region entered its annual rainy season in June.The drainage systems in most cities are designed and built according to an old urban construction standard that has remained unchanged for decades.
The opening of the Hong Kong-Macao-Zhuhai Bridge last September was a key step in the development of the Pearl River Delta region. The 26-kilometer-long bridge and tunnel complex has improved the flow of goods between all ports and increased the flow of tourists across the border.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is traveling to Pyongyang on Thursday for a two-day state visit to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) at the invitation of DPRK top leader Kim Jong Un.
The current risks and challenges facing the world's economy are not byproducts of economic globalization but the result of the outdated winner-takes-all mentality of the world's largest economy.
All parties should work together to ease the Iran nuclear issue and tensions in the Gulf instead of letting the risk of conflict grow unchecked, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said in Beijing on Tuesday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has just concluded a fruitful tour to Central Asia after paying state visits to Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan and attending the summits of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA).
By increasing the tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods from 10 percent to 25 percent, the United States has launched a trade war against China.
He went on to receive the Nobel Prize in 1971 for his work in developing empirical interpretations of economic growth.
Industrial clusters around China aren't going anywhere, regardless of what happens in the ongoing tariff disputes.
More than a year ago, the US government unilaterally instigated trade frictions against China and since then it has constantly increased them. Its trade aggression has had a negative effect upon the whole world.
By launching an investigation into FedEx in accordance with legal procedures, China has demonstrated its adherence to the principle of the rule of law.
Recent months have seen a handful of hawks in Washington trying every means to discredit China and stoke confrontation between the world's two largest economies.
Increasing tensions between China and the United States will not only impede trade and investment cooperation between the two countries, but also undermine global market confidence and damage economic stability, according to international experts.
The United States has launched a trade war against China, who has no other choice but to take necessary countermeasures. The world is watching with great concern, and people have every reason to worry.
A police officer stands guard outside the door of 10 Downing Street, the prime minister's residence, in London, on Friday."A new UK government and prime minister should not let this affect the very successful and progressive Sino-UK relations, particularly in the outward investment front.
The China-Russia relationship, at its best in history, has taken a stride into a new era of greater development at a higher level.
Trumpeting "America First" rhetoric, the U.S. administration has been antagonizing major trading partners by rolling out tariffs on the grounds of being taken advantage of, but the protectionist and unilateral measures would only harm Americans first.
Editor's note:Kaushik Basu, former chief economist of the World Bank and former chief economic adviser to the government of India, is a professor of economics at Cornell University and nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
China Telecom, China Mobile, China Unicom and China Broadcasting Network were the first to receive 5G commercial licenses, media reported.
Editor's note: Vladimir Petrovskiy is a senior research fellow at the Far East Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences.It will aid the regional and cross-border trade and economic cooperation and promote trans-regional security in Eurasia and the Asia Pacific. Difficulties lie ahead.
One week after Xi Jinping was elected Chinese president in 2013, he travelled to Russia for his first overseas visit as head of state.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will pay a state visit to Russia and attend the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. It will be the eighth visit of President Xi to Russia since 2013.
A report published by a Chinese government agency shows that Chinese people have a high awareness of environmental issues including the need to protect the environment, reducing pollution, and conserving energy. But when it comes to waste segregation, Chinese people are doing very little.
The United States and China need to resolve their trade issues before both economies get hurt, a U.S. market expert said here Saturday.
The United States uses its so-called long-arm jurisdiction as a weapon to stymie competition and other countries need to join hands to counter such unilateralist practice, said a former executive of French company Alstom.
Rare earths are regarded as strategic resources, which can be used both for military and civilian purposes. China has the largest reserves and is the biggest producer of rare earths, especially heavy rare earth elements, and mineral resources such as molybdenum, tungsten, antimony and magnesium.