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India could suffer from speculative attitude amid China-US conflict

With COVID-19 still spreading around the world, certain groups of people in India, including its military, have seen a rising speculative attitude regarding conflict between China and the US, with a view to possible benefits from the situation. If this attitude extends to India's foreign policy, it will only damage the country's relations with China and hinder its focus on pandemic prevention, as well as the long-term economic recovery.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/19 23:09:27

China-EU economic cooperation increasing amid COVID-19

China-EU collaboration both during and after the pandemic
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/19 20:34:21

India's support of COVID-19 review doesn't equal hostility toward China

The EU recently submitted a draft resolution on COVID-19 to this year's World Health Assembly (WHA) on which all parties, including China, have reached consensus. India's support of such efforts, which call to prevent discrimination, combat disinformation and strengthen cooperation in the fight against the global health crisis, does not mean India has abandoned its balanced position between China and the US and become hostile toward China.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/19 17:20:48

Future remains rosy for foreign firms in China

Recently, some foreign firms in China have expressed concerns over development prospects due to previous disruptions in logistics and supply chains, a growing trend of anti-globalization, and Western politicians' calls for industrial chains to return home or relocate from China.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/18 22:16:21

Countries could face US' 'semiconductor nationalism'

The US is re-constructing the industrial chain of global semiconductors in a bid to fully control it from design to assembly and testing, which has been dubbed as "semiconductor nationalism."
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/17 19:36:10

Proactive fiscal policies expected at two sessions: Chinese experts

Proactive fiscal policies are expected at the upcoming two sessions, a major event in China's political calendar, and are needed to promote the recovery of the real economy from the fallout of the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/14 23:34:27

Firms should shore up competitiveness amid poisonous environment created by Aussie politicians

With some Australian media and politicians stirring up a hostile atmosphere, the nation's relationship with China has recently slid to a near freezing point. It is ironic that Australia values the Chinese market, but consistently opts to sabotage bilateral relations. Shoring up their competitiveness and irreplaceability is now critical for Australian firms in the Chinese market if they are to survive the poisonous environment created by their own politicians.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/14 23:12:35

Huawei's global growth to help Chinese firms expand abroad

The US Commerce Department on May 15, 2019 announced restrictions on Huawei's access to American technology.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/14 22:58:22

Potential US barley imports to China a test for Australian government

China will allow US barley imports that meet relevant requirements, read an announcement the General Administration of Customs published on its official website on Thursday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/14 15:45:48

How China can make fiscal policies more effective after COVID-19

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, there has been much discussion about how fiscal policies could be used to cushion the virus' impacts.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/13 19:57:25

How China can make fiscal policies more effective after COVID-19

China's politburo meeting on COVID-19 and the economy on April 17 pointed out that more fiscal policies are needed to be introduced more proactively to exert positive effects. Does that mean we should raise the fiscal deficit, expand government debt and issue special bonds? Obviously not.
Source: | 2020/5/13 0:25:13

Issues to be settled for East Asia to stabilize industrial chain

All three major production networks in the world - East Asia, North America and Europe - have encountered economic fallout from the deadly COVID-19. Regions more deeply involved in globalization with more complex technique requirements and closer international divisions of labor are being hit harder by the virus.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/12 23:48:11

China-US face years of fluctuating relations after pandemic: expert

China and the US may see up to 10 years of fluctuating relations after the pandemic. US politicians calling for decoupling from China are simply naïve, and economic principles are more important.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/11 22:52:58

Will China-US decoupling continue after COVID-19?

The "decoupling" between China and the US has been partially accelerated amid the coronavirus pandemic. China-US trade in the first four months slumped 12.8 percent year-on-year after a 10.7 percent drop in 2019, while the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has become China's largest trading partner with a 5.7 percent increase in the first four months.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/11 21:39:14

Urgent need for a new financial system during COVID-19 pandemic

Argentina is near a new default of "its" debt. It is "its" debt because the debt cycles in Argentina - like in most of the developing countries - are always a complex process of facts in which injustice are most of the time the rule.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/11 14:20:47

Trump's China-bashing tactic for reelection poisons ties

Facing a cascading coronavirus onslaught and the tumult of the impending presidential election in November, US President Donald Trump and his team are playing the "China-bashing" card again, a ritual the cohort of China hawks in Washington find useful and expedient to shirk responsibility and guilt.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/10 19:48:40

Why Trump won't cancel US debt obligations toward China?

Among the latest wave of ill-intentioned suggestions made by some US politicians to blame China and distract from the Trump Administration's errors in handling the COVID-19 crisis, defaulting on the US debt owned by China is the worst possible idea.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/7 21:59:34

US politicians bluff with threat to decouple from China

American politicians have been ramping up efforts to deflect their failure to deal with the coronavirus outbreak by promoting a global industrial chain "decoupling" from China, which is a na?ve move that will ultimately only hurt their own interests.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/7 19:37:59