Commentary: Shortsighted energy policy to benefit none
Commentary: Shortsighted energy policy to benefit none
Science has proved that climate change is largely caused by human activities. Any energy policy that goes against the science is shortsighted and disastrous to the whole world.
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Xinhua Insight: "Healthy" Silk Road leads to healthier int'l cooperation
01-19 22:08
Around a week before gifts are shared across China for the Lunar New Year, the country has presented the world with presents that are set to improve the wellbeing of more people.p During President Xi Jinping's visit to World Health Organization (WHO) headquarters in Geneva Wednesday, a memorandum of understanding pledging to step up health cooperation under the framework of the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative was signed between China and the WHO.
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01-19 19:22
Globalization has again thrust into the spotlight on the world stage, after Chinese President Xi Jinping laid out his plan Tuesday to lead global efforts in charting the course of economic globalization at the 2017 annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Spotlight: WEF guests see progress in Belt and Road
01-19 17:36
Actions speak louder than words. Guests who attended the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos said that much perceivable progress under China's Belt and Road Initiative, although still very young, has already set down roots in countries along its path.
Interview: Bulgarian President-elect vows to further strengthen ties with China
01-19 16:36
Bulgaria's President-elect Rumen Radev says he would work to strengthen the relationship between his country and China upon taking office.
Interview: Swiss economic minister praises China-Switzerland win-win partnership
01-19 16:06
China and Switzerland have enjoyed a longstanding win-win partnership and China has an optmisstic economic outlook, the Swiss minister of Economic Affairs, Education and Research, Johann Schneider-Ammann said here Wednesday.
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