Both China and India's development goals are similar and the April 27-28 informal meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will promote free trade, strengthen unity among developing countries and uphold the principles of equity and justice, wrote Chinese Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui in an article published here in a leading English daily Thursday.
The world has benefited and will benefit more from China's continuous commitment of reform and opening up, Chinese Counsel General in Houston Li Qiangmin said Thursday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is going to sit down in an informal meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the central Chinese city of Wuhan over the next two days.
Against the backdrop of uncertain global economic recovery and uprising of protectionism, China's determination of a further opening-up is impressive, which will inject fresh force into its sustainable growth, thus driving world economic recovery.
President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi are expected to exchange views on issues of strategic, long-term and overall importance at their informal meeting in Wuhan, Hubei Province.
Amid its trade dispute with the United States, China champions the rules-based trade system and wants more regional cooperation, said Chinese Ambassador to Singapore Hong Xiaoyong in an article published Wednesday.
The United States should focus on dealing with its own human rights problems rather than that of other countries, an American professor told Xinhua on Tuesday.
The unilateral trade measures against China by U.S. President Donald Trump's administration run counter to World Trade Organization (WTO) rules and procedures, a U.S. scholar said Monday at a panel discussion on U.S.-China trade relations.
China has a pivotal role to play in the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, an expert has said in Brussels after the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) announced its decision to discontinue nuclear and missile tests.
The U.S. ban on exporting components to China's major telecom manufacturer ZTE could hurt the development of fifth-generation (5G) smartphones and plan of building a fast 5G wireless service, a California-based expert said Thursday.