China: Daily Scan, July 7, 2020
Dr Teshu Singh, Research Fellow, VIF
Ajit Doval, Wang finalise plan in 2-hr discussion: The Times of India
July 7, 2020

The breakthrough in India’s attempts to get Beijing to pull back its troops in Galwan Valley came after two hours of tense negotiations between national security advisor A K Doval and China's state councillor and foreign minister Wang Yi. Click here to read....

Forum focuses on China-Arab strategic ties: People’s Daily
July 7, 2020

China and Arab countries should enhance strategic communications and promote cooperation in all areas, including the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, President Xi Jinping said on Monday. Xi made the remark in a congratulatory letter to the ninth ministerial meeting of the China-Arab States Cooperation Forum, held by videoconference. Xi said that since the pandemic's outbreak, China and Arab countries have stuck together and helped each other. Their mutual support and strengthened cooperation are a vivid reflection of the close bonds between them, he said. Click here to read....

China urges U.S. to stop COVID-19 stigmatizing: Xinhuanet
July 7, 2020

China urges White House trade advisor Peter Navarro and his like to respect facts and science, reject the wrong practice of putting political gains above people's wellbeing, and refrain from deceiving the world by telling lies and rumors about COVID-19, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Monday. Click here to read....

Economy poised to make quick recovery: China Daily
July 7, 2020

China's economy has staged a fast recovery from the COVID-19 impact, with the year-on-year GDP growth likely to turn positive at above 2 percent in the second quarter of the year, economists said on Monday. Click here to read....

Proposed ‘Tibet card’ adverse for Indian economy: Global Times
July 6, 2020

Some Indian media outlets have recently suggested that India should play the "Tibet card" after deadly clashes erupted at the China-India border, reflecting nothing but a misguided and nonsensical viewpoint. Perhaps some in India think the Tibet issue could be a trump card to use as leverage when it comes to the tensions between China and India, but such an idea is simply delusional. Click here to read....

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