World Bank: China’s economy may achieve 7.9% growth in 2021

The “China Economic Bulletin: From Recovery to Rebalancing” released by the World Bank on the 23rd predicts that China’s economic growth rate may slow to 2% this year, but it is expected to rebound to 7.9% next year. The above-mentioned…

India turns to Africa to make up for RCEP losses

Why does India not join the RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement)? In November this year, after the signing of the RCEP, which lasted for eight years, this huge question mark has not disappeared. From the prime minister, foreign ministers…

Japan may amend the law to strengthen the import control of imitations

The Japan Patent Office decided on the 16th that in order to strengthen the control on the import of counterfeit brand-name products and other imitation products, it will start to discuss the revision of the “Trademark Law” and the “Artisan…

China November foreign exchange reserves increase more than expected

China foreign-exchange reserves increased more than expected in November, according to official data released Monday. The country’s hoard of foreign exchange rose by $51.51 billion to $3.178 trillion at the end of November, according to data released by the People’s…

Hangzhou Starts the Selection of “Ten Views of Digital Economy”

Nowadays more and more domestic and foreign tourists, especially those who are on a business trip, come to Hangzhou to not only experience the beautiful views and profound culture but make inspection and exchange of digital economy. This selection is…

US Dollar Losses Unlikely to Persist Longer-Term

U.S. dollar losses, driven by investors pricing risk premium out of foreign currency exchanges, are unlikely to persist given the high levels of global economic uncertainty, says Bank of America. “A persistently wide U.S. growth advantage suggests that medium to…