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China's belt and road initiative path to stabilizing regions: ex-French PM
China's belt and road initiative path to stabilizing regions: ex-French PM
Former French Prime Minister Dominique De Villepin said here Tuesday China's belt and road initiative was the right path to create economic prosperity from East Asia to Europe and Africa and to reduce regional conflicts as individual countries lack the resources to do so alone.
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Spotlight: When China celebrates, rest of world benefits
02-10 07:15
The Spring Festival traditionally is the most important time of the year for family reunion, but as China has become prosperous, an increasing number of wealthy Chinese are opting to travel abroad, which translates into big business for global retailers.
U.S. dollar, not China, is to blame for economic slowdown: Forbes
02-09 20:06
While it is easy to blame the United States' slowing economy on foreigners, a recent article published by The Forbes has pointed out that rise of the U.S. dollar is the root cause.
Chinese Spring Festival goes global, holds universal values
02-08 21:38
Fourteen-year-old Chen Yiyue, who is half-Chinese, half-French, has always relished the atmosphere of a Chinese Spring Festival celebration. When her mother invites friends to dine with them during that festival, the table is full of delicious food, ladies all wear red and grandparents give her cash-stuffed red envelopes.
Commentary: Deploying THAAD to Korean Peninsula does more harm than good
02-08 21:13
The already fragile situation in northeast Asia will only worsen if the U.S. and South Korea indeed deploy an advanced missile defense system to the Korean Peninsula in response to "provocative" moves by the DPRK.
Feature: Beatles' legacy proves very lucrative for Liverpool, study finds
02-08 18:37
Half a century after they took the world by storm, the legacy of the Beatles earns 119 million U.S. dollars a year for their home city of Liverpool. Moreover, the 'Beatles industry' in the city is growing at 15 percent a year.
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