• Chinese President Xi Jinping meets South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, during the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing

    South Africa is Open for Business Partnership with China

    South Africa is open for business partnership with China, says President Cyril Ramaphosa. He stated that it is proven by his governance’s fight against corruption and struggle for economic stability.
  • Chinese tourists visit the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok

    Tourism Produces Business Growth in China

    Business investments in China pour in because of the country’s new economic policies. Business growth in the country is expected as a product of the country’s flourishing tourism.
  • Trump signing IP tariffs at the White House

    U.S. President Trump Threatens to Dismantle NAFTA

    United States President Donald Trump recently made a remark stating that he is considering the possibility of dismantling the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). President Trump added that he will push through with his plans regarding NAFTA should Canada fail to agree with new terms.
  • Illustration photo of an India Rupee note

    Despite Rupee’s Decline, India’s Economy Strengthens

    Despite the current fluctuation of the rupee, figures recently released revealed that India’s economy continues to surge. Based on newly released data, India’s economy posted its fastest quarterly growth in the past two years.
  • The logo of Alibaba Group is seen at the company's headquarters in Hangzhou

    Alibaba Helps Indonesia Expand Exports

    As part of the country’s effort to expand its exports, Indonesia recently confirmed that it will partner with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba. Many analysts said that this cooperation will expand Indonesia’s export particularly to China.
  • Turkey flag

    Turkey to Receive Financial Aid from Germany

    Germany fears that the economic crisis experienced by Turkey will affect the economy of its neighbouring European Countries. The Turkish Lira is in chaos and it triggered by the decline in stock market by half.
  •  Kawasaki Heavy Industries' collaborative robot stacks rice balls at Delicious Cook &Co's food factory in Narashino

    ‘Made in Japan’ Gains Market in China

    Japanese made household products gains sales popularity within the markets of Japan. The “made in Japan” label proves sales strength over Chinese made products.
  • Eby, vice president of 3MÕs automotive electrification program shows off a number of product areas in St. Paul

    China’s Electric Vehicles Advances with BC’s Clean Energy

    China plans to improve its electric vehicles technology by investing in British-Columbia based hydrogen fuel cells. China’s largest diesel engine manufacturers agreed to purchase clean energy fuel cells from BC.
  • Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

    Japanese Prime Minister Shino Abe’s Diplomat to Visit China

    China expects a visit from the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe around October 23 in celebration of their 40th bilateral peace and friendship treaty. Abe is reported to advocate better cyber and space defense capabilities.
  • People walk past an electronic board showing currency exchange rates in Buenos Aires' financial district,

    Argentina Asked for IMF Loan as Financial Crises Aggravates

    President Mauricio Macri asked for an early release of the loa*n worth $50 billion from the International Monetary Fund. IMF is concerned that the financial crisis in Argentina might cause failure to meet debt obligations in 2019.
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