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Facebook, Libra and the privatization of money
Facebook's Libra, a corporate attempt to assert greater control over our money, could create new credit-fueled debt with repercussions for billions.
Summer Davos brings opportunities to Bangladesh
Bangladesh is taking full advantage of the ongoing Summer Davos Forum in Dalian to draw on the collective wisdom of other countries and promote partnerships.
Boris Johnson set to become British PM
Barring unexpected disaster, Boris Johnson is expected to become Britain's next Prime Minister determined to lead the country out of the EU at all costs.
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Editor's Pick>>

Summer Davos brings opportunities to Bangladesh

By Md Enamul Hassan

Bangladesh is taking full advantage of the ongoing Summer Davos Forum in Dalian to draw on the collective wisdom of other countries and promote partnerships.

China and South Asia to forge closer ties for mutual benefit

By Ritu Raj Subedi

China and South Asia to work more closely to reap shared benefits and create win-win cooperation for both sides.

China-Africa trade is for the long haul

By Daniel Hyatt

China and Africa are deepening economic ties and partnerships through the Belt and Road Initiative and other agreements, ensuring that trade and prosperity between both regions will continue to grow in the long term.

Race for UK's next Tory Party leader heats up

By Robert Griffiths

Top contenders for Tory Party leadership, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt square off in race to potentially become U.K.'s next Prime Minister.

China-Africa partnership – a win-win arrangement

By Victor Onyango

The upcoming China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo in Hunan is a chance for China and African nations to deepen their partnership and create win-win outcomes for all.

China's subway system: Star of rapidly growing economy

By Rachana Gupta

Subway systems now dominate the transportation scene in many Chinese cities, and this trend will continue for some years to come, given the massive economic and environmental gains they have achieved.

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Boris Johnson set to become British PM

By Heiko Khoo

Barring unexpected disaster, Boris Johnson is expected to become Britain's next Prime Minister determined to lead the country out of the EU at all costs.

How to achieve denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula?

By Sajjad Malik

After the failure of the summit between American President Donald Trump and DPRK top leader Kim Jong-un, the issue of the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is back in the limelight, hopefully leading to a much-needed-breakthrough.

Whither Sino-American economic relations?

By George N. Tzogopoulos

President Xi Jinping and his American counterpart are talking to each other and will continue to do so at the forthcoming G20 meeting in Japan. Nothing but good can come out of their finding a way to cooperate.

 
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G20 summit upholds multilateralism, opposes protectionism

The 14th Group of 20 (G20) summit was held June 28-29 in Osaka, Japan. Over the past decade, G20 nations have confronted many difficulties together. In response to crises, they have coordinated macroeconomic policies, upheld free trade, opposed protectionism, and made great contributions to preventing the global financial crisis from turning into a disaster like the Great Depression in the 1930s.

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