Insiders are concerned about China’s decision to restrict large-scale capital outflows.
Khmer Times meets with two experts in the field of international relations.
China-US relations are in challenging times, and the US policy toward China is now in a seemingly unstoppable downward spiral. The conservatives’ views have a destructive influence on the US administration’s policy toward China.
With the United States indiscriminately wielding the baton of trade protectionism, no country including its allies is immune to the toxic effects of the US’ policies.
Forecast: By 2030, Europe’s vehicle inventory of 280 million expected to drop to 200 million, China’s to grow by 50%
China’s capital of Beijing is on track to drop out from the list of the world’s top 200 most-polluted cities this year, with hazardous smog concentrations falling to their lowest on record in August, data compiled by IQAir AirVisual showed on Thursday.
China has released a White Paper on defence — its first such report in four years — reiterating three broad strategic goals for the modernisation of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) over the next 30 years.
China offers Manila a controlling stake in a joint energy venture in the South China Sea.
American businesses are increasingly pessimistic about their prospects in China.
Mango is likely to be the next product that Cambodia exports directly to China.
The ongoing US trade war with China is beginning to have significant effects on the relationship. Can Japan and China continue to improve relations? What benefits does this rapprochement offer the two countries?
China’s Belt and Road Initiative projects are important because it opens routes to EU.
China to provide Cambodia with security equipment ahead of two international events.
While very few, if any, governments are indifferent to the current political and economic uncertainties, the inconvenient truth is that the most advanced and most vibrant economies have been hit the hardest by unilateralism and protectionism.
China’s data centres are on track to guzzle more electricity than all of Australia.
China’s exports fall by 1.0 percent on-year in August.
The US on Monday launched its first joint naval exercise with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) – the ASEAN-US Maritime Exercise. US Rear Admiral Kenneth Whitesell spoke at the opening ceremony of the exercise.
China and the United States to resume trade talks in Washington in early October.
The Chinese government attaches great importance to its relations with India, which is a basic foreign policy to China.
Longmate Agriculture on track to shipping 22,000 tonnes of the fruit.
Since the founding of New China on Oct 1, 1949, the China story has been one of meeting challenges with creative solutions. When new challenges emerge, they are overcome with even more creative solutions.
China’s shoppers are increasingly purchasing goods with just a turn of their heads.
China’s R&D intensity reached a record high of 2.19 percent last year: NBS.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will reportedly visit China from Friday to Saturday with a large delegation of German CEOs. Analysts believe a prime objective of the trip is to ensure that German-Chinese trade relations remain on track.
Some Chinese business sectors report solid first half earnings.
China’s historic campaign to wipe out poverty is drawing inspiration from both the central leadership and many obscure mountain villages.
Last year, in commemorating the 15th Anniversary of ASEAN-China Strategic Partnership, ASEAN and Chinese Leaders adopted a strategic partnership vision 2030 to further promote the closer cooperation for a mutually beneficial future of ASEAN and China.
China’s robotics industry is moving into a new era of market boom and technological advances, as the annual World Robot Conference enters its fifth year.
The new zones will bring the total number of China’s pilot FTZs to 18, which serve as pioneers of the country’s reform and opening up as they test new styles of foreign investment management, trade facilitation and transformation of government functions to better integrate the economy with international practices.
With the price of children’s products from China driven up by the additional tariffs, many new parents in the United States, especially those with relatively lower incomes, cannot even afford a new crib with acceptable quality, exposing their babies to potential dangers.