Although the novel coronavirus outbreak could only cause a fleeting impact on China’s economy, any major fluctuation in the world’s second large economy will significantly influence the global economy through supply and industrial chains.
Global impact of China’s economic slowdown.
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A UN Report released in Beijing on Monday argues that a key challenge for SE Asia is narrowing the development gap between the original member states and the countries that joined later.
China has a reputation for producing high-quality agricultural machinery and goods, while ASEAN countries seek those mean of productions. A win-win situation?
The Chinese green card has gone electronic, making it easier for foreigners to use.