China: Daily Scan, 22 October, 2020
Dr Teshu Singh, Research Fellow, VIF
China's economic growth shines light on what is possible for world economy: expert: Xinhuanet
October 22, 2020

China's third-quarter (Q3) economic growth "shines a ray of light" on what is possible for other countries and the global economy, a Kenyan expert has said. "As the second-largest economy and global growth engine, China's economic growth has the potential to power and accelerate global economic recovery and growth," Cavince Adhere, an international relations researcher with a focus on China-Africa relations, told Xinhua. Click here to read...

Cross-border audit efforts to get a boost: China Daily
October 22, 2020

China will strengthen international cooperation in audit inspections and securities regulations while exploring more options to resolve the ongoing Sino-US audit impasse, senior officials said during the Annual Conference of Financial Street Forum 2020. Click here to read...

Need to capitalize on chances offered by aging society: China Daily

October 22, 2020

The average life expectancy of the Chinese people by the end of last year had increased to 77.3 years, one year more than that in 2015. China reached the target one year ahead of schedule, and now Chinese people's average life expectancy is nearly five years longer than the global average and it is getting closer to the level of high-income countries. Click here to read...

Hong Kong blocks Taiwan from reaching disputed Pratas Islands, saying airspace around disputed territory is closed ‘until further notice’: South China Morning Post
October 22, 2020

Hong Kong has blocked Taiwan from flying to the Pratas Islands in the South China Sea
after placing the flight path in a danger zone “until further notice”, according to new information released by Taipei. Click here to read...

Indian economy to suffer losses if politicians play Taiwan card: Global Times
October 21, 2020

After months of reckless provocation in border issues with China, as well as in economic and trade sectors, India recently signaled to take further risk of playing the Taiwan card by hyping up an intention to start trade talks with the island of Taiwan, according to a Bloomberg report. In interviews with the Global Times, Chinese experts shared views on the issue. Taiwan is an inalienable part of China's territory, and India, as a country having diplomatic relations with China, should be aware that playing Taiwan card to challenge China's red line will have severe consequences. Click here to read...

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