China: Daily Scan, April 14, 2021
Dr Teshu Singh, Research Fellow, VIF
China to see strong growth in foreign trade in rest of 2021: UK think tank: Xinhuanet
April 14, 2021

China's exports and imports are both expected to see strong growth in the rest of 2021 amid positive global and domestic economic recovery, British think tank Oxford Economics said in a report released Tuesday.
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US, China should meet each other half way, Li says: China Daily
April 14, 2021

Decoupling between China and the United States will benefit neither side but will harm the world, and the two nations should meet each other half way to work toward greater shared interests, Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday.
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China to build 5 tugboats for Egypt's Suez Canal: People’s Daily
April 14, 2021

Egypt's Suez Canal Authority (SCA) agreed with a Chinese shipbuilder to build five tugboats and the contract will be signed very soon, SCA Chairman Osama Rabie told Xinhua.
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Kerry's climate visit to China a positive signal, yet limited in pushing ties forward: observers: Global Times
April 14, 2021

As ties between China and the US have been frayed in various fields, US climate envoy John Kerry's visit to China on discussion of climate issue is believed by Chinese observers to be a positive signal, though the impact of the visit on bilateral ties is still limited.
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‘Intrusion’ of US warship in Indian EEZ highlights Quad's dilemma: Global Times
April 14, 2021

The words on Quad solidarity from the Biden administration during the March video summit was still warm to India, but India only found itself alarmed by the US USS John Paul Jones's assertion of navigational rights and freedoms on April 7 inside its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) without requesting its prior consent. Despite the humiliation, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs only conveyed its concerns to the US two days later over the incident, which observers deemed as unsubstantial.
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