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  • ASEAN-Hong Kong free trade agreement expected to be inked


    Ong Ka Chuan, second minister of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Malaysia, announced that ASEAN and Hong Kong may sign a free trade agreement in October, the Philippine Star newspaper reported on Aug 14.

  • Belarusian economist sees broad opportunities in Belt & Road Initiative


    The China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative will bring broad opportunities to the economic growth of Belarus, a Belarusian economist has said.

  • Private finance called vital for Belt and Road


    The Belt and Road Initiative calls for innovative financing methods to unlock private sec-tor capital and enable its long-term sustainable development, according to Michelle Karavias, global head of infrastructure research at BMI Research, a subsidiary of the US rating agency Fitch.

  • Hambantota Port deal opens up a new era for China- Sri Lanka cooperation


    This year marks the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Sri Lanka. Over the past 60 years, China - Sri Lanka relations have withstood the test of international change and maintained the healthy and stable development.

  • Common good is vital: expert


    The ballast in the relationship of the world's two largest economies is their cooperation on the global public goods, which the Trump administration's "America First" approach is undermining, according to a senior researcher at a US think tank.

  • Create a firm basis for peace and tranquility in the region


    in Nepal-China co-operation. In December 2016, the two countries signed an agreement for grant assistance of one billion yuan ($14,862,595) from China to Nepal for reconstruction and rehabilitation of earthquake damaged facilities. This grant assistance symbolizes China's generous support to Nepal's development efforts.

  • B&R Initiative benefits long-term development of ASEAN nations: economist


    The importance of the Belt and Road Initiative for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries is evident as infrastructure is a key to boost the competitiveness of the region, said an economist.

  • As EU looks to Pacific, B&R will enhance cooperation: Former WTO chief


    China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative will play a role in the European Union's drive to engage with the Pacific Islands, according to former head of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Pascal Lamy who made the remarks at a forum in Sydney on Aug. 3.