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The balance of power in climate leadership has shifted. Eight years after it was largely blamed for the climate change talks fiasco in Copenhagen, China is leading the clean energy charge, making Trump’s election a sideshow in the climate change
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Keqiao, a municipal district of eastern Zhejiang Province, is not only a global trading frontier, but also a ‘Little India’ in China. Its wholesale market accounts for one-third annual turnover of China-made fabrics – the semi-finished textiles that are industrially
What are the challenges and keys to success for Chinese foreign investments in Europe and the US? In this interview, Philippe Le Corre, visiting fellow at Brookings, shares examples and insights of stumbling blocks and success stories, the influence of culture, traditions, and political systems.
Dr. Jonathan Woetzel, Director of the McKinsey Global Institute will evaluate the infrastrucutre outlook n China and China’s stamp on global infrastructure projects. This can be seen through China’s 13th Five Year Plan, the One Belt One Road Initiative and