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Troubled ports in Pakistan and Sri Lanka, envisioned as part of China’s string of pearls linking the Eurasian heartland to the Middle Kingdom, exemplify political pitfalls that threaten Beijing’s ambitious One Belt, One Road project. Political violence over the past decade has stopped Pakistan’s Gwadar port from emerging as a major trans-shipment hub in Chinese …
The Chinese company has chosen to work in the Egyptian market to benefit from the competitive advantages
China’s largest chip maker has announced it has secured state backing for a new semiconductor factory in the city of Nanjing, which is intended to reduce China’s dependence on foreign chip technology.
In 2016, China recorded its slowest rate of growth in more than a quarter of a century, as the world’s second largest economy struggles to restructure amid explosive growth in debt and fears of protectionism.
As part of a heavy-handed crackdown on foreign media, Apple has complied with a request from unnamed Chinese authorities to remove two New York Times apps from its app store in ChinaThe technology giant removed both the English and Chinese-language news apps from its mainland China store on December 23, according to a report in the newspaper on Thursday.
A new Russian-led, China-backed Eurasia-centred world order may be in the making against the backdrop of alleged Russian cyberwarfare against the United States and Europe. Analysts see a pattern in Russian moves that could serve China’s interests should US president-elect Donald Trump adopt a more confrontational approach towards Beijing. Suggestions that Russian president Vladimir Putin …
Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that it was rushed to a vote before finalising the discussion on the draft resolution
Local manufacturing reduces imports and increases Egypt’s US dollar reserves, says Silicon Waha chairperson El-Sobky
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) recently issued its annual bulletin of trade exchange between Egypt and East Asian countries for 2015, including export and import statistics from Malaysia, China, India, Japan, Indonesia, Pakistan and South Korea The total value of imports from East Asian countries reached EGP 151.6bn in 2015 versus …
China’s exports and imports have fallen more than expected by analysts, fresh figures from the customs administration have shown.
China has adopted new rules regulating the country’s live-streaming platforms, seeking to tighten control over the fast growing industry by forcing services to censor content before releasing it.
“God created the world, the rest was made in China,” sings Lourd de Veyra. The concern about the Asian factory has lingered for decades. Overlooked has been its gradual strategic transformation from imitator to integrator, or even innovator. Will China overtake the United States (US) and become the new no.1 economy of the world? This …
The bank has invited the delegation to invest in a number of projects and companies owned by the bank
Economic centre of gravity has moved from west to east, says the World Bank Group senior vice president
Beijing Enterprises Group looks to invest in the New Administrative Capital and Suez Canal Economic Zone
GAFI offered investment opportunities in desalination, sewage, and power generation to China
In the next few days, the prime ministers of Japan and China will visit Havana to talk about trade and investment. The two countries hope to gain a foothold in a market that is still off- limits to US companies.
The Chinese delegation presented a plan to establish a plant for recycling 1,500 tonnes of household garbage per day in Kafr El Sheikh
Nepal’s new Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal is set to embark on a goodwill visit to his country’s giant southern neighbor. The trip comes amid testy bilateral relations and Kathmandu’s deepening ties with Beijing.
Brazil has followed the US and China as the third-largest country for emissions to ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change. Major emitters Russia, India, Japan and Germany have still to sign up to the accord.
At the ASEAN summit, the South China Sea debate has continued to dominate talks. Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte also met with Barack Obama for the first time since describing the US President in vulgar terms.