China approves new vaccine based on advanced gene technology to enter clinical trials

A research institute operated by the Chinese military has been approved to conduct human clinical trials on a new vaccine developed using advanced genetic technology, which is a significant breakthrough for China's rapidly growing pharmaceutical industry.

China's new epidemic prevention regulations are boycotted by overseas food exporters

To curb the second outbreak of the new epidemic, China is tightening restrictions on food imports, but these measures have been boycotted by government agencies in countries where major food exporters are located.

After the new epidemic, how should the United States make allies and influence China?

To ensure the growth and economic security of the United States, an objective assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of China and the United States is required.

China promises to support African anti-epidemic actions

On Wednesday, at the China-Africa Solidarity Anti-epidemic Special Summit held in the form of a film, Xi Jinping said that China will continue to provide necessary technical and material assistance to fight against the epidemic in Africa.

China tightens Beijing prevention and control

To curb the new round of new epidemic outbreaks in Beijing, Chinese officials cancelled hundreds of flights into and out of Beijing and imposed restrictions on the movement of citizens, and commercial premises and schools were closed again.

Beijing epidemic response level increased to level 2 and a large number of flights were cancelled

Beijing authorities adjusted the city’s public health emergency response level to level two and canceled a large number of flights in and out of Beijing. At the time of this initiative, Beijing was trying to curb the clustered infections associated with the wholesale markets for meat and agricultural products.

U.S. further relaxes restrictions on Chinese airlines

The Trump administration has further relaxed plans to restrict mainland Chinese airlines’ passenger flights to the United States. Previously, China said it would allow more American airlines’ passenger flights.

Beijing's new epidemic situation raises concerns about virus recurrence

After Beijing announced that nearly 80 newly diagnosed cases were related to a large epidemic wholesale market, the government closed some parts of the capital and began to take strict prevention and control measures.

Some economists question the outstanding performance of China's labor market

Although the recently released data shows that China’s official unemployment rate rose slightly to 6% from 5.3% in January, unofficial evidence and economist calculations indicate that the state of the Chinese labor market is worse than official data.

PBOC said the impact of the epidemic was greater than expected, and plan to increase policy support

The deputy governor of the People's Bank of China said that the impact of the new crown epidemic on China's economy is greater than expected, and the bank will provide more monetary policy support to promote growth and support the job market.

China relaxes restrictions on business travel to South Korea and Germany, putting pressure on other countries

Following the resumption of limited business travel between China and South Korea earlier this month, two aircraft carrying German executives will fly to China in the next few days, indicating that China is eager to restart the economy and reintegrate into the global economy.

How did Wuhan perform coronavirus testing on more than 9 million people in 10 days?

Wuhan City announced on Monday morning that more than 9 million new coronavirus swab test samples have been collected from the city ’s 11 million residents in the past 10 days, showing that this earliest epidemic center city has re-emerged several confirmed cases earlier this month.

Economic growth is still crucial for employment and poverty eradication

Although the Chinese government has not set a growth target for 2020, Ning Jizhe, director of the National Bureau of Statistics of China, said that economic growth is still crucial for the country to create sufficient jobs and eliminate poverty.

Neither the epidemic nor trade tensions can stop US companies from entering the Chinese market

The relationship between China and the United States is at its lowest point in decades, and the new coronavirus pandemic has disturbed consumers worldwide. But no matter what, American companies and brands are still increasing their investment in China.

China pledges to provide US $2 billion in epidemic assistance

Chinese President Xi Jinping used a World Health Organization summit to fight for global epidemic leadership, pledged to provide $ 2 billion in aid to the epidemic, especially to Africa, and supported the agency in the battle between WHO and the United States.

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China has required laboratories to destroy samples of new coronavirus to prevent biosecurity risks

U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo accused Beijing of requesting Chinese laboratories to destroy coronavirus samples in early January. A senior Chinese official ’s remarks seem to confirm this, but the official ’s condemnation of Pompeo’s claims is purely out of context and intentionally confused Audiovisual. Josh Chin

China's economy slowly recovers from the downturn caused by the new epidemic

The Chinese economy, which was the first to be hit by the epidemic, improved in April, driven by the resumption of production, but the rise in unemployment continued to put great pressure on consumer spending.

New epidemic disputes weaken China's influence on trading partners

Australia and China have an open dispute over how China responds to the new coronavirus epidemic, indicating that even in countries and regions where the economy is highly dependent on China, Beijing ’s efforts to expand its global influence will have counterproductive effects.