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Spotlight: China promotes benefit-sharing world through partnerships worldwide - Xinhua

BEIJING, Oct. 1 (Xinhua) -- Ever since its founding 68 years ago, China has been expanding its partnerships worldwide, aiming to safeguard world peace and stability while promoting development. To that end, China has proposed, over the past five years ...and more »

China's Global Infrastructure Initiative Raises Environmental Concerns - Radio Free Asia

Leaders pose for photographs during a Belt and Road Forum hosted by Chinese President Xi Jinping near Beijing, May 15, 2017. AFP. China's new “maritime cooperation policy” is getting mixed reviews from experts. The policy would in theory reduce the ...and more »

Belt and Road Initiative poised to widen international use of renminbi, expert says - Malay Mail Online

Yeah said initially BRI would have an impact and would increase the use of China's renminbi amid Chinese investments and capital flows into countries involved in the initiative. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Oct 1 — The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI ...and more »

Australian shadow treasurer expresses interest in China's Belt and Road Initiative - Xinhua

SYDNEY, Sept. 30 (Xinhua) -- Australia's shadow treasurer has told a forum in Sydney on Friday afternoon that he is open to signing up to China's Belt and Road initiative (BRI). During his speech at the Asia Society event, Chris Bowen said the ...and more »

The 'Chinese solution' to the world's challenges - Manila Bulletin

Dunhuang, China – What other nations dream of, China, which has the second largest economy in the world, has already achieved at home – infrastructure, technology, stable economy and flourishing trade. While the Trump administration modified its ...and more »

China's Takes Economic Risks to Gain Political Influence - The Epoch Times

BOATS AT THE GWADAR PORT IN PAKISTAN ON THE ARABIAN SEA. China Overseas Ports Holding Company is leasing the port until 2059 and has already started expanding it. China has been looking to secure sea trading lanes along the so-called Maritime Silk Road ...and more »