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We discuss the China-Australia bilateral relationship and future possibilities and challenges facing trade and investments between the two markets.
UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly has highlighted the necessity for UK businesses and economy at large to engage with China.
Russia could be on track to replace the US as China’s largest trade partner if current trends continue Data released by the Chinese General Administration of Customs last week show that the bilateral trade turnover between China and Russia in the first quarter of this year amounted to US$53.84 billion, 38.7% more than in the […]
Tuesday, March 28, 2023 Compiled by Chris Devonshire-Ellis Last week’s Xi-Putin summit has immediately ushered in substantial global dialogue in reconstructing a ‘new world order’ to which the collective West has not been privy. Enhanced cooperation between the SCO, EAEU, CIS, and a rapidly developing BRICS+ could well be a harbinger of ‘global çhanges’ – […]
By Chris Devonshire-Ellis Zhanna Leshchynska, Charge d’Affaires of Ukraine in China, and Valerii Bronskykh, First Secretary of the Political Section of the Ukrainian Embassy in Beijing, visited the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) last week. They met with Henry Huiyao Wang, President of the CCG, Sharon Haiyu Xu, Deputy Secretary-General of the CCG, and […]
Tuesday, March 21, 2023 Compiled by Chris Devonshire-Ellis The leading event this week is the ongoing Russia-China summit being held in Moscow; we identify the key issues that are on the agenda. We look at how China’s economy fared in the first two months of 2023 and examine China’s bilateral trade with Kazakhstan and Ukraine. […]
In the coming Putin-Xi summit, regional security, energy, trade, infrastructure development, and new financial payments systems are all likely to be covered, in addition to the Ukraine issue.