With a population of approximately 12 million as of 2016, one of the highest population densities among African countries, Rwanda has abundant human capital, especially those from the young generations, to boost its national rejuvenation. The important issue is how to find a suitable way to achieve it.
Today, a "China-Africa community with a shared future" is the buzzword to describe China-Africa relations. Behind the popularity of the phrase lies the unremitting effort by leaders of China and Africa to forge such a community by deepening political mutual trust and pursuing common development.
The China-Rwanda relationship is in a period of fast development, Chinese Ambassador Rao Hongwei told the media in a recent interview, envisaging Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming visit to bring the relationship into a new era.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is scheduled to pay a reciprocal two-day state visit to Rwanda from July 22 to 23. This will be the first time a president of China has visited Rwanda since 1971, when the two countries established bilateral relations.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will start his visit to the United Arab Emirates on July 19, which marks a significant milestone in the two states’ bilateral ties. The UAE is Xi’s first visit to a foreign country in 2018.
The U.S. and Australia are expected to hold its annual consultations on foreign affairs and national security next week. Media reports say China's so-called "meddling" in the South Pacific will be on the agenda of the meeting.
There will be no winner in a Sino-U.S. trade friction while American consumers will bear the consequences, some Hong Kong business leaders said at a meeting on Monday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is to carry out a major diplomatic move from July 19 to 28, paying state visits to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Senegal, Rwanda and South Africa, attending the 10th BRICS summit in Johannesburg, and visiting Mauritius during a stopover.
The World Trade Organization members have attached great importance to China's role in driving global growth and protecting the multilateral trading system from being destroyed, the organization's senior coordinator said on Friday.
By igniting the largest trade war in economic history, the Trump administration has once again proven to be a disrupter to the global economic order.
The Ministry of Commerce said the U.S.' move to escalate trade frictions will push the global economy into the trap of uncertainty.
China should consider setting up a 100 billion yuan ($15 billion) enterprise exit fund to ensure better management of its over 6 trillion yuan of non-performing assets, said Li Daokui, an economist at Tsinghua University and a former Chinese central bank monetary policy committee member.
The latest proposed tariffs from the Trump administration underlines its trade bullying and adds fuel to the retaliation spiral in the largest trade war in global economic archives.
The Donald Trump administration has further stoked the trade quarrel between China and the United States by announcing on Tuesday that it plans to levy 10 percent tariffs on an extra $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.
China has contributed enormously to the world economy over the past four decades by lifting more than 500 million people out of poverty and achieving extraordinary growth and development, said John Brumby, national president of the Australia China Business Council, in an exclusive email interview with China Daily Website.
The Trump administration’s new round of tariffs on Chinese goods worth $200 billion face uncertainties, according to a Chinese economic expert.
China's reform and opening-up has contributed a great deal to the world economy — especially through the growth of trade and investment — according to Geoff Raby, Australian ambassador to China from 2007 to 2011.
While the Silk Road in history paved way for modernity by linking east and west, the Belt and Road Initiative nowadays has the potential of transforming the world once again, said Arab League (AL) Secretary General Ahmed Aboul-Gheit on Monday.
Chinese Ambassador to Britain Liu Xiaoming said that the U.S.-China trade dispute poses a severe challenge to the world economic order and reflects three conflicts of views between the two countries.
New concepts for understanding the world will be presented at an international security forum in Beijing later this week, as previous ones promoted by the West can no longer adapt to reality, the forum's organizer said on Monday.
You've probably heard that Donald Trump imposed tariffs on China on July 6. You hear alarming phrases such as "trade war," and "tit-for-tat." You also see the staggering figure of 50 billion US dollars, which is the cost of items from China that Trump has just levied taxes on.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the United States would need the process of narrowing difference in initial negotiations for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, South Korea's unification minister said Monday.
Visiting Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea Peter O'Neill said Monday that the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting, which will be held in Papua New Guinea in November, provides an enormous opportunity for many economies in the region.
China's ambassador to Britain Liu Xiaoming called on all parties to support free trade and oppose protectionism in a signed article published on Sunday by The Sunday Telegraph, elaborating on China's position with regard to China-US trade dispute.
The United States has been the world's dominant economic power for the past 70 years. But the balance has shifted, or evened, thanks to the power of globalization, and people in developing countries are increasingly enjoying the shared prosperity it can bring.
The eighth ministerial meeting of the China-Arab States Cooperation Forum (CASCF) will be held on July 10 in Beijing.
To cure the fear of so-called "economic aggression" of China and make rational decisions, U.S. policy makers should avoid being misled by distorted reports that demonize China's intellectual property rights (IPR) protection.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Sunday wrapped up his successful trip to Bulgaria with a clear message that China will further consolidate relations with its European partners and safeguard the multilateral trade regime.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's upcoming visit to Germany will help build up mutual trust and push bilateral ties to a higher level, said Chinese Ambassador to Germany Shi Mingde in an interview with Xinhua on Thursday.
The seventh leaders' meeting of China and Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) is set to be held in Bulgarian capital Sofia with the participation of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.