President Xi Jinping has talks with Prince Albert II, head of state of the Principality of Monaco, on Sunday in the city state. [XIE HUANCHI/XINHUA]
President Xi Jinping has given instructions about stopping illegal construction of villas and environmental destruction in the area on six occasions.
President Xi Jinping receives qianghong, a piece of silk used as a gift of greeting by the Qiang ethnic group, from an NPC deputy who is a member of the group as he joined a discussion with NPC deputies from Sichuan province on Wednesday in Beijing. Lan Hongguang / Xinhua
Preparatory work on the Shanghai Science and Technology Innovation Board is going on in full swing, with key stakeholders putting in place various procedures, ahead of the official launch later this year, a top regulatory official said on Friday.
Preparation work is seen at a harbor in Zhoushan city, Zhejiang province. [Photo/VCG]
President Xi Jinping said during the opening ceremony of the CIIE that China will continue to broaden market access and the country's imports of goods and services are expected to exceed trillion and trillion, respectively, in the coming 15 years.
Pop singer Sun Nan. [Photo/VCG]
Pork imports from January to June had soared by 150 percent to over 2.07 million metric tons compared to the same period last year.
President Xi Jinping meets with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in Beijing, April 1, 2019. [Photo by Xu Jingxing/China Daily]
Pramila Jayapal: Well, Trump has hated Amazon for a long time and I think that that came out in many interviews that he’s done with Vanity Fair and with others. I don’t think there’s a strategy around most of what is happening. If you look at trade and you look at tariffs, I think tariffs can be useful if they’re part?of a strategy. What is the foreign policy strategy? What is our trade strategy? How are we actually engaging between global and domestic production? But there is no strategy. And similarly, with Amazon, I think honestly he’s angry about Jeff Bezos and The Washington Post. I think that’s much more of what’s going on. That is clear. Danny Westneat had an interesting column in The Seattle Times yesterday … we need to think in terms of how do we make sure our businesses, which are so valuable to our economy and to our communities, are really partners in everything we’re trying to create.