Huawei, ZTE sign deals with Hungary

Companies from China and Hungary on Friday signed several cooperation agreements, as Hungarian officials seek ...

Switzerland to join BRI, boost business ties

Switzerland and China will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on cooperation with third markets ...

China, Fiji highlight importance of cultural exchanges under Belt and Road Initiative

Chinese and Fijian officials on Friday stressed the need to strengthen cultural exchanges between the ...

Foreign companies slam claim of Chinese 'debt trap'

Company representatives at the second Belt and Road Forum (BRF) for International Cooperation have pushed ...

Azerbaijan, China sign deals worth $821 million

Azerbaijani and Chinese companies have signed ten agreements covering various fields on the sidelines of ...

Belt and Road Studies Network inaugurated

The Belt and Road Studies Network (BRSN), co-initiated by Xinhua Institute and 15 other think ...

Netherlands could play bigger role in BRI: analyst

Companies from the Netherlands see great potential in the Chinese market and are actively exploring business opportunities in a wide range of sectors from logistics to technologies, as the two countries have decided to strengthen bilateral cooperation, executives said on Thursday.

Time for Washington to consider joining Belt and Road

Washington should abandon the zero-sum mindset and pragmatically promote global economic development, which will eventually benefit US' growth.

Belt and Road projects aim to avoid new debt risks for developing countries

According to media reports, encouragement of sustainable financing is one of the bright spots in the draft communiqué for the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, a gesture meant to respond to accusations by some Western countries about the so-called "debt trap." While the construction of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has achieved remarkable results in recent years, some Westerners never tire of smearing it by accusing BRI projects of creating debt traps for developing countries, which is nothing but a groundless attack.

International order needs new formulas: expert

So the new global order should reinforce the idea of noninterference and self-determination. We don't need to invent anything; everything is already in place. It's the UN charter and the basic principles of international law that we all subscribe to. I think we should refer to the UN-based international order for as long as possible.

Tough job ahead for Ukraine's new president

If Russia-Ukraine relations cannot improve, there will be no big changes in the Russia-West standoff and regional security will continue to be a thorny issue. Whether Russia can accomplish its goal by taking advantage of Zelensky's lack of political experience depends on what the new Ukrainian president does as a counter measure. The two countries need to work together to overcome their long-existing problems. After all, opportunities have surged for them to ease the tensions.

Chinese vice premier attends Belt and Road high-level meeting

Chinese Vice Premier Han Zheng on Friday attended a high-level meeting of the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing.

Cooperation under BRI to benefit people around world: Philippine official

Countries and people around the world will stand to benefit most from the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) through cooperation, a senior Philippine finance official told Xinhua in an interview on Friday.

British business leader calls for embracing China-proposed BRI

It is now time for fully embracing the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to secure better growth and development opportunities, the head of a British business association said.

Zimbabwe to host Belt and Road Afro-Sino exhibition

The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) will host the Belt and Road Afro-Sino Cultural Exchange program, which begins Saturday and ends next Wednesday.

Second forum to further boost Belt&Road development: think tank

A Chinese government think tank expects the upcoming Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation to further boost development of the Belt and Road Initiative.