China: Daily Scan, December 01, 2020
Dr Teshu Singh, Research Fellow, VIF
Chinese premier raises four-pronged proposal for SCO's future development: Xinhuanet
December 1, 2020

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Monday made a four-pronged proposal for the future development of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), calling for fostering a secure and stable development environment, consolidating integrated development, leveraging the catalytic role of sci-tech innovation and pursuing people-centered cooperation. Click here to read...

Party meeting reviews 3 key regulations: China Daily
December 1, 2020

Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, chaired a meeting of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee on Monday that reviewed three key regulations. Click here to read...

US trade deal sees expansion of farm produce exports, says official: China Daily
December 1, 2020

Thirty-seven animal and plant quarantine procedures related to trading in farm produce under the first-phase China-US economic and trade agreement have been completed on time and with high quality, a customs official said on Monday. Click here to read...

A forum for shared future of world: China Daily
December 1, 2020

The Boao Forum for Asia is going to celebrate its 20th anniversary in just a few months' time. This is a moment of significance, with much to look back on and much more to look forward to; much to celebrate and much more to envision; much to take pride in and much more to think and plan ahead. It's a moment of festivity, honour and responsibility. Click here to read...

How China is pushing forward its plan for a powerful, modern military: South China Morning Post
December 1, 2020

As regional tensions rise, a more assertive China has set a goal of turning its vast People’s Liberation Army into a modern fighting force by 2027, and a world-class military by 2050 – but how far has it come, and where is it headed? Click here to read...

Beijing Doubles Down on Tweet Seen as ‘Deliberate Provocation’ by Australian Politician: The Epoch Times
November 30, 2020

The Chinese regime has, to its own detriment, chosen to reaffirm—not apologise for—a “repugnant” tweet by a top official that has severely inflamed relations with Australia. Click here to read...

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