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Indian economy to suffer losses if politicians play Taiwan card

Taiwan is an inalienable part of China's territory, and India, as a country having diplomatic relations with China, should be aware that playing Taiwan card to challenge China's red line will have severe consequences.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/21 22:13:11

China's export control law provides legal guarantees for fair trade principle

China has passed the Export Control Law of the People's Republic of China on Saturday. The law, which will take effect on December 1, stated that if any country or region abuses export control measures to endanger China's national security and interests, China can take reciprocal measures based on actual conditions.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/21 21:25:20

More Chinese investors abandon hopes for Indian market as restrictions rise

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed Canadian investors with open arms at an investment promotion conference in Canada earlier this month. While New Delhi is trying to attract more investors from economies like Canada and the EU, it has not reduced its resistance to Chinese investments.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/20 22:41:51

Countries to find US telecoms promises are bounced checks

In order to further assault Chinese telecom producers Huawei and ZTE, the US has come up with a new idea to lure developing countries away from using equipment of these Chinese companies by offering them loans and other financing, according to media reports.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/20 21:59:28

'Trade war' hype will only worsen Australia's recession

After the hype surrounding a rumoured "coal import ban", Australian media outlets are now stirring up market concerns over another commodity - cotton. As a result of such speculation, some Western media outlets have even began pedaling a "shadow trade war" theory.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/19 21:48:49

Online Canton Fair improvements show progress in trade promotion

The 128th China Import and Export Fair, or Canton Fair, opened online on Thursday. This is the second online edition of the world's largest comprehensive international trading event after the COVID-19 epidemic outbreak. Although it's still subject to many limitations compared with the mature model of the on-site exhibition, the second online edition has made many improvements over the first one.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/15 21:10:28

US threat to AVIC dims outlook of own aviation sector

The US authority has been tirelessly making lists of Chinese companies to attack, for which the plane-maker Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) could be the latest entry to the US penalty list. However, the potential sanction on the Chinese company, this time, will likely drag the US aviation industry and the international aviation industrial chains into the morass.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/15 20:41:29

Why India's narrowing trade deficit with China unsustainable?

The latest data shows that trade between China and India slumped in the first three quarters amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and may lead to a decrease in India's trade deficit with China this year. Though it would be in line with New Delhi's intentions in terms of statistics, to keep narrowing the trade deficit is not a realistic target for the nation and any non-economic approach to closing the gap would hurt India's interests.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/14 19:46:33

Hong Kong should seize Shenzhen's new pilot reform opportunities

As Shenzhen ushered in new pilot reforms on the eve of its 40th anniversary celebration as a Special Economic Zone (SEZ), it is believed that promoting further cooperation with Hong Kong will remain a focus of the SEZ's long-term development, and the cooperation will reach deeper levels and wider fields.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/13 20:00:43

Rubio's threat won't dampen IPO plans of Ant Group

China's leading fintech company Ant Group made headlines recently after initiating unprecedented dual initial public offerings (IPOs) in China. Hotly anticipated by global investors, the IPOs have also drawn ill-intended threats from US Republican senator Marco Rubio.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/12 21:42:31

Trump's reelection bid poses more risks than financial war

The US President Donald Trump has been provoking confrontations both at home and overseas in order to gain four more years in the White House. With less than one month left before the November 3 election, Washington is unsurprisingly preparing its crackdown on Chinese firms again.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/8 21:04:31

No loss of momentum for China's economic recovery

Following the COVID-19 outbreak, under strict prevention and control measures and with the support of strong economic assistance and stimulus policies, China's economy has achieved a V-shaped rebound.
Source: Global Times | 2020/10/8 18:41:09

India's 5G rollout is bound to be pricey if it shuns Huawei

India and Japan are reportedly to tie-up in development of 5G technology, with the assistance of other QUAD dialogue members - the US, Australia and Israel.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/28 20:21:30

Trump bombarded by lawsuits as his tariffs hit businesses

With only one month left before the November 3 election, US President Donald Trump is facing a less encouraging opinion poll, as well as mounting lawsuits from American businesses against his administration over the tariffs on supply imports from China.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/28 19:39:05

Huawei Thailand project signals start of US-free industry chain

As the world enters the 5G era, related cooperation and competition has been under spotlight across the world. With the US-led anti-China clique relentlessly trying to strangle the development of Chinese 5G frontrunner Huawei, the company recently launched a new innovation center in Thailand alongside its investment scale-down from Australia, portending the rise of the global industrial chains that are free from the US influence, and both the tech firms and the emerging markets will benefit from the new trend.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/24 22:47:38

US' extreme pressure can't contain China's tech companies

Not hesitant to use national strength to suppress Chinese technology companies, the US has cut chip supply or enforced bans on Huawei, WeChat, TikTok, SMIC, etc. But can the US really achieve its target of suppressing the development of China's high-tech companies and digital economy through "excessive force?"
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/24 9:29:51

What's the US role in Australia's push to partially decouple with China?

Amid the spiraling downward China-Australia relations, a senior Australian diplomat recently weighted on the trend by claiming that the country has prepared to bear the economic costs of confronting China, its largest trading partner.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/23 21:46:27

India's assistance to the Maldives shouldn't be tainted by geopolitics

India on Sunday announced a $250 million loan to the Maldives to boost its coronavirus-battered economy. The loan reportedly followed a $500 million pledge by New Delhi in August to help build infrastructure in the island nation, which took India's total pledged financial assistance in the Maldives to over $2 billion since Maldivian President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih was sworn into office in 2018.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/23 0:12:58