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Guo Zongguang, director of the China Cultural Center in Wellington, saw the pro
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ing, it is necessary to promote traditional Chinese medicine to go overseas.”
In the next two days, traditional Chinese medicine practitioners from Chin
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uct workshop experience activities and carry out traditional Chinese medicine culture promotion and exchange.
A lifelong love for the grasslands has inspired Xin Xiaoping’s resear
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Jim O’Neill, chair of the international think tank Chatham House and former chief econom
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e founding of the People’s Republic of China and the second China-UK Economic and Trade Forum in London.
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South Africa was added to the group nine years later, making it BRICS.
“China remains the only one of the BRICS countries that aft上海品茶微信er 17 years has actually done exactly what we had expected it would achieve,” he said.
His opinion is that the ongoing trade dispute with the Un
ited States is not the most important challenge the country currently faces.
To continue its success, O’Neill said, China ne
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ibutor to the economic growth slowdown, and tackle environmental issues and population control in urban areas.
O’Neill is a former British commercial secretary to the Treasury. He said the Belt and Road Initiative, or BRI, initiated six ye
ars ago, will play a “hugely important” role in global trade, which has been buffeted by rising protectionism and unilateralism.
The BRI aims to build the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and deliver policies, infra
structure, trade, financial and people-to-people c上海品茶微信女神会所onnectivity via a new platform for a brighter future.
“If it can be implemented collectively, it can transform the trade pattern in Asia, p
articularly between China and India, two of the major BRICS countries,” he added.