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Al-Sisi’s visit to India precedes his attendance of G20 summit
86 Chinese companies have invested more than $1.1bn in the Suez Canal area, says CCTV
Upcoming cooperation protocol to export Egyptian grapes to Beijing in 2017
The US and India have agreed to bolster defense and trade ties with an aim to minimize China’s influence in South Asia. Beijing and Islamabad are forging their own alliance, which could increase tension in the region.
China wants developing countries to have a larger role in this year’s G20 conference as the world’s largest economy steps up overseas investment
Ahead of the Communist Party congress next year, President Xi Jinping has begun to reinforce his position as party chief. There have already been 12 changes out of 32 provinces to the party secretaries in 2016.
Tibetan refugees may be tolerated in neighboring Nepal, but they are forced to live isolated from society and in an uncertain legal situation. However, they shouldn’t expect much from the new pro-Beijing government.
Pakistani PM Sharif has inaugurated a two-day China-Pakistan Economic Corridor summit in Islamabad, hailing the project as a milestone for his country. But opposition to the project is increasing amid new conflicts.
China has set up a state-owned jet engine conglomerate in a push to develop home-grown, high-tech businesses that are able to compete against international rivals in the lucrative aerospace market.
China will transfer technology required for manufacturing solar energy panels
Chinese internet giant Tencent attributed its rising revenue to rapid growth in the use of its WeChat messenger service. The continued strength of its online games branch added to the surging quarter as well.
These projects reflect Egypt’s well-maintained economic and political relationship with China, says Kabil
In a bid to attract more Chinese tourists into the country, Cambodia is accepting payments in yuan. But many Cambodians oppose the measure, saying the government should promote the use of its own currency instead.
A city in the eastern part of China has said it’s suspending preliminary work on a nuclear waste processing plant after days of protests by local residents over health concerns. No final decision has been made yet.
With existing debts of more than 37 billion euros, the board of France’s EDF energy company has voted to go ahead with building a 21-billion-euro nuclear power plant in the UK. The project faces technical challenges.
Diesel emissions scandal? Lawsuits, fines, turmoil at headquarters? Whatever. VW Group sold more cars and light trucks than any other carmaker in the first half of 2016, ahead of close rivals Toyota and General Motors.
Britain’s decision to leave the EU could have global consequences, G20 finance ministers have warned. The Brexit and boosting growth in stagnating China were the major topics at a meeting.
China wants to become a leading high-tech power by 2049. To achieve this goal, Chinese businesses are acquiring firms and know-how in the West. But many industry experts are concerned about the development.
Amid concern that the Chinese economy would slip further, second quarter data shows that it may have found its footing. But analysts are plenty worried about the reliance of state intervention to uphold growth.
Higher Investment Council headed by Al-Sisi to review all investment laws and procedures
Ministers of Industry and Investment discuss investment opportunities with major Chinese companies
China’s Premier Li Keqiang has told EU officials that his country is committed to market reforms and will stay determined to tackle a steel capacity glut that has sharpened tensions between China and the EU.
Three Chinese banks will finance the project, says Shanghai Electric Egypt director
Egyptian and Chinese ministers approved the top priority projects list that was put forth during the G20-Ministers of Trade meeting last Sunday
The Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague has delivered its verdict on the territorial spat. DW answers some of the questions related to the case to explain what the dispute is about and what is at stake.
Until now, China has forgone being titled a market economy, a matter far beyond semantics. It believes the time to change this has come. But it still has to convince the EU of the same – either through talks or threats.
The meeting will finalise decisions regarding projects that were agreed on Sunday at the G20-Ministers of Trade meeting
Delegations from Egypt and China set to meet before G20 summit in China
The Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague is set to deliver its verdict on Tuesday, July 12. DW answers some of the questions related to the case to explain what the dispute is about and what is at stake.
Since the election of a China-skeptic president in Taiwan, tensions have grown between Taipei and Beijing. DW speaks with Taiwan expert Johannes Buckow over the future of the relationship.