As Covid-19 continues to ravage the world, China takes the lead in freeing itself from the ordeal by controlling the pandemic and pushing its businesses to restore production to normalise economy.
In recent years, Chinese leaders have repeatedly discussed the issue of economic resilience, which arose from certain trends.
As the Covid-19 pandemic hits the world, a rare economic crisis is forming around the globe, with the impact comparable to that of the Great Depression.
Lack of awareness and publicity provokes public backlash amid allegations researchers were more competitive in producing papers than in the nation’s welfare
All levels of authorities, ranging from the central government to civilians, are already offering a multitude of reflections and summaries concerning the COVID-19.
Cambodia tries to broaden the Middle Kingdom’s market
China’s think tank Anbound offers an overview of its handling of COVID-19 and why its “Wuhan pneumonia” emergency team has now closed
Rate of investment growth shows signs of declining as some companies pull out
Ageing societies likely to damage society and tradition
From 2000 to 2010, China ushered in its Golden Decade and became the world’s second-largest economy.