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China eyes investment opportunity in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan | Source: Hindustan Times

After the formation of an interim Taliban government in Afghanistan, China is set to establish an industry platform in the war-torn country to look into possibilities for investment in the reconstruction effort.”Various Chinese enterprises in the sectors of infrastructure construction and mining have contacted us for discussion since the release of the platform plan,” the state media quoted.

Source: Hindustan Times


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China, Africa enjoy broad economic, trade cooperation prospects | Source: People´s Daily Online

Trains park on the track at the Mobolaji Johnson Railway Station of the Chinese-built Lagos-Ibadan railway in Lagos, Nigeria, on June 10, 2021.

China-Africa economic and trade cooperation remains stable with positive momentum, following steady progress in infrastructure, energy, investment, and industrial park building, among other areas. China’s direct investment in Africa has grown by an average of more than 25 percent annually since 2000, according to a report on Chinese companies’ investment in the continent.

Source: People´s Daily Online


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  • The European Union is planning to tighten the foreign investment rules in the bloc to make sure that local producers and industries are no longer undercut by non-EU investors that have faced slacker rules up to now. The plans will surely affect China, which has invested heavily in Europe.

SOURCE: AP NEWS


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CHINA-AUSTRALIA DIPLOMATIC RIFT:

  • Chinese investment in Australia plummeted 61% in 2020, the lowest number in six years. The drop in investment comes amid a growing diplomatic rift between the two countries, since Australia first called for a rigorous investigation into the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic and in response China has imposed tariffs or trading restrictions on Australian goods.

SOURCE: BBC


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