China: Daily Scan, November 23, 2020
Dr Teshu Singh, Research Fellow, VIF
Xi Focus: Xi expounds on sustainable development at G20 meeting: Xinhuanet
November 23, 2020

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday stressed the critical importance of continuously advancing global poverty reduction to create an inclusive, sustainable and resilient future. Click here to read...

Full Text: Remarks by Chinese President Xi Jinping at Leaders' Side Event on Safeguarding Planet of G20 Riyadh Summit: Xinhuanet
November 22, 2020

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday made remarks at the Leaders' Side Event on Safeguarding the Planet of the G20 Riyadh Summit via video link Click here to read...

Xi calls for building poverty-free world: China Daily
November 23, 2020

President Xi Jinping has underlined the importance of development in tackling poverty, vowing to build a poverty-free world featuring common development with other countries. Click here to read...

Seize RCEP opportunities, premier says: People’s Daily
November 23, 2020

Premier Li Keqiang has highlighted the need to seize the opportunities arising from the signing of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership agreement and explore new room for international cooperation. In remarks made at a symposium via video link with provincial governors on Friday, Li urged officials to make good use of the rules and facilitation measures in the pact, the world's largest trade deal, and to promote high-level opening-up. Click here to read...

US Navy admiral makes unannounced visit to Taiwan in a move that could vex China: South China Morning Post
November 23, 2020

A two-star Navy admiral overseeing US military intelligence in the Asia-Pacific region has made an unannounced visit to Taiwan, two sources told Reuters on Sunday, in a high-level trip that could vex China. Click here to read...

India needs to stop hurting itself and others, return to reason: Global Times
November 20, 2020
According to Indian media, a joint working group of the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Commerce and Industry submitted a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration. It suggested a new revision to the proposal for the review of foreign direct investment (FDI), and to consider a plan to allow up to 26 percent FDI from countries with which it shares a land border. This would not require government scrutiny for some sectors. The decision on this will be made soon, reports say. Click here to read...

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