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The "One Belt One Road" initiative and internationalization of Renminbi (RMB), the Chinese currency, are two strategies that serve both China's national and global interests, according to a report released here Thursday.
The top economic planner has voiced confidence in the economy, citing signs of improved quality and strong momentum for long-term growth.
The China-proposed "Belt and Road" initiatives will reinforce Dubai's role as trade and logistics hub in the region, a senior economic official said on Sunday.
Experts say that China's economy will continue to grow at rates above global averages in the near future, despite market fears sparked this week by the yuan's dip and economic policy adjustments.
Experts are cautiously optimistic that China's plans for further financial reforms would be sufficient to help its currency renminbi (RMB) meet the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) criteria for joining its benchmark currency basket later this year.
Despite having had a clear economic growth advantage over many other EU countries over the past two decades Austria now no longer has this edge, a labor market expert said Monday.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde on Wednesday downplayed China's recent market volatility and said Chinese economy is resilient and the slowdown in growth is under control.
Chinese investment in New Zealand's tourism sector is set to grow as the number of visitors from China continues to soar, New Zealand Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce said.
Five years into the Greek financial crisis, a third bailout and a much-awaited discussion on debt restructuring are on their way.
Experts called on Chinese banks and financial institutions during a forum on Sunday to increase loans to aid investment in regions along the routes of the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative.