Dr Cheng Cheng says, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) can potentially contribute to Cambodia’s sustainable development goals.
Overall, China’s government and companies are still on a learning curve. The strong backlash against the BRI is leading them to reflect on their business and investment practices, both at home and abroad.
Cambodia remains one of China’s key partners for its Belt and Road Initiative, which seeks exchanges of mutual understanding.
Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Hor Namhong said that China plays a big role in solving the Korean Peninsula issue and promoting peace and development in the world.
Five years on, since Xi Jinping became president, China has made historical achievements – from international trade to global diplomacy to build a community with a shared future for humanity, writes Xinhua.
A lot has been said about the challenge that Australia and other countries in Asia and the Pacific face in balancing their security interests with the US and economic interests with China.
Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiative aims to strengthen economic ties, says official.
As Asean and China leaders are meeting in Manila, a Cambodian scholar says Asean-China relations would be closer in the future.
The Minister of Commerce says China’s Belt and Road Initiative will boost Cambodia’s economic development by attracting more investment.
Cambodia is an integral constituent of Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Cambodia is to take advantage of the Chengdu Initiative on Tourism Cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative.
Mergers and acquisitions by Chinese companies in countries that are part of the Belt and Road initiative are soaring.