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Chinese President Xi Jinping promised to create a more business-friendly climate in China, but it is unclear if it will be enough to stop the exodus of foreign investment from the country.
U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping are set to meet at the historic Filoli estate in San Francisco for in-depth talks on bilateral trade, nuclear weapons, and AI.
A study reveals that 24 countries have more favorable views of the US than China, particularly in high and middle-income countries.
Despite China's efforts to prevent public mourning and potential social unrest, hundreds of people reportedly gathered near the cemetery to pay tribute to Li, reflecting discontent with President Xi Jinping's control.
Analysts suggest that China’s removal of defense minister Li Shangfu and other recent dismissals may be part of an emerging trend of abrupt removals of top-level officials, reflecting a lack of checks and balances in the Chinese political system.
Analysts suggest that China’s removal of defense minister Li Shangfu may be part of an emerging trend of abrupt removals of top-level officials, reflecting a lack of checks and balances in the Chinese political system.
China has recently tried to position itself as a mediator in the Middle East region and has expressed willingness to coordinate with Russia to de-escalate the situation.
Analysts suggest that China is concerned about the closer alignment of Japan and South Korea with the US and Europe in reducing its access to cutting-edge technologies.
Syrian President Bashar Assad visited China to attend the Asian Games and meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping. This visit marks Assad's first trip to China since the start of the Syrian civil war.
The absence of both China and Russia allowed India to take the spotlight as the leader of the Global South during the G20 summit. Some Chinese nationalist bloggers expressed opinions that China has downgraded the significance of the G20.