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HAINAN: The Asian economy is projected to sustain recovery, and its annual growth rate may exceed 6.5% this year, as integration in regional trade strengthens, according to a key report.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - New Zealand said it is "uncomfortable" with expanding the role of the Five Eyes, a post-war intelligence grouping which also includes the United States, Britain, Australia and Canada, recently criticised by China.
British envoy Charles Hay speaks on path forward for the United Kingdom and Malaysia
FIRST it was cotton; now it's Xinjiang's solar panels that are being targeted. Both are pillar industries of Xinjiang in Northwest China, and they have become the target of what appears to be a malicious campaign launched by Western anti-China forces to destroy Xinjiang's rapidly ascending economy and ultimately obstruct the development of China.
Biden and Japan's Suga project unity and stress peace in Taiwan Straits against China's assertiveness
President Joe Biden on Friday sought to present a united front with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga to counter an increasingly assertive China as the U.S. leader held his first face-to-face White House summit since taking office.
WITH Malaysia entering gradual recovery, businesses need to look beyond survival and aim for long-term sustainability.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government has ensured that economic reforms are aligned with global benchmarks, including the environment, social and governance (ESG) goals.
SHANGHAI: Consistent use of financial technologies has helped China’s banks in Zhejiang and Anhui provinces to lower the costs of loans extended to a greater number of small businesses, thus helping them to tide over financial difficulties, industry insiders said.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): The global economy would not exist without the ocean. Ocean-based industries contribute US$1.5 trillion annually and hundreds of millions of jobs in fishing, shipping, marine tourism, and renewable energy. These economic services, however, are at risk due to unsustainable marine practices and overexploitation of ocean resources.