China: Daily Scan, 19 November, 2020
Dr Teshu Singh, Research Fellow, VIF
Xinhua Headlines-Xi Focus: Under Xi's leadership, China champions rule of law on journey to modernization: Xinhuanet
November 19, 2020

The Communist Party of China (CPC) convened its first central conference on work related to overall law-based governance this week. At the event, Xi Jinping Thought on the Rule of Law was described as the guideline for advancing China's overall law-based governanceClick here to read...

BRICS strategy to accelerate global economic recovery: China Daily
November 19, 2020

The BRICS strategy for economic partnership until 2025, a key guideline for further enhancing business cooperation, will effectively accelerate the pace of global economic recovery in the coming years, officials and experts said on Wednesday. Click here to read...

US-China relations: State Department report lays out framework for containing Beijing: South China Morning Post
November 19, 2020

US President Donald Trump’s outgoing administration has released a framework document for confronting China and what it says are the country’s ambitions to displace America as the world’s superpowerClick here to read...

US and Five Eyes allies express ‘serious concern’ over ousting of Hong Kong lawmakers: South China Morning Post
November 19, 2020

Foreign ministers from the Five Eyes intelligence sharing group on Wednesday expressed their “serious concern” over China’s imposition of new rules to disqualify elected legislators in Hong Kong in what they said appeared to be part of a concerted campaign to silence critical voices. Click here to read...

China enhances cooperation with B&R countries despite COVID-19: People’s Daily
November 18, 2020

China has seen resilient cooperation with the Belt and Road (B&R) countries facing the impact of COVID-19, the country's top economic planner said on Tuesday. China has signed 201 B&R cooperation documents with 138 countries and 31 international organizations, Meng Wei, a spokesperson for the National Development and Reform Commission, told a press conferenceClick here to read...

Indian businesses’ plight also deserves govt. attention: Global Times
November 18, 2020

India's resistance to Chinese investment seems to show signs of easing as the Indian government is reportedly mulling a plan of loosening previous restrictions on foreign direct investment from countries sharing a boundary with India, including China. Given the fact that India's other neighbours have very limited investment in the South Asian nation, if there will be any easing of the investment restriction, the change may mostly work for the Chinese investment. Click here to read...

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