Principais notícias sobre China publicadas na imprensa brasileira e internacional.
LONDON -- Donald Trump's stunning victory in the US presidential election has shaken the world. From Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's conspicuous silence to French President Francois Hollande's statement that it opens up a "period of uncertainty" to the Kremlin's barely concealed giddiness, Trump has not been received internationally like past US presidents. But one country has remained largely unmoved: China.
Trump's stance on China is well known: he has blamed the country for everything from hacks on his opponent (thought by the US government to be the work of Russia) to climate change (which he has called a hoax cooked up by China to undermine US competitiveness). And...
KIRAN SHARMA and YUJI KURONUMA, Nikkei staff writers - GOA, India Leaders of BRICS, a grouping of five emerging countries that once held out great hopes for the global economy, met in this resort state in western India on Oct. 15-16 amid lingering questions over the group's continuing relevance.
Five economies -- Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa -- make up the acronym. When it came into being, BRICS was expected to bring about a new world order balancing the developing world's economic interests with advanced countries of the West, and help negotiate fair deals at multilateral forums.
Ten years on, the BRICS members have been hit by slowing global demand, falling commodity...
A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Pakistan a “mothership of terrorism”, China today strongly defended its all-weather ally, saying it is against linking any country or religion with terror and asked the world community to acknowledge Pakistan’s “great sacrifices.”
In a sharp reaction to a question about Mr. Modi’s characterisation of Pakistan at the BRICS Summit in Goa, spokesperson of the Chinese Foreign Ministry Hua Chunying said China was opposed to linking any country to terrorism.
Consistent line on counter-terror
Answering a question on Mr. Modi’s criticism of Islamabad in aiding and abetting terror groups opposed to India,...
Mariana Schreiber, enviada especial da BBC Brasil a Goa (Índia) - O presidente Michel Temer aproveitou sua estreia em cúpulas do Brics - grupo que reúne Brasil, Rússia, Índia, China e África do Sul - para tentar passar internacionalmente uma imagem de "estabilidade política e recuperação econômica" do Brasil.
Ele buscou atrair investidores ao discursar para empresários se dizendo empenhado em "melhorar o ambiente de negócios" e comprometido com o "diálogo com o setor privado".
Sem anúncios de impacto, a cúpula se encerrou com a assinatura de três acordos, nas...
ROWAN CALLICK – Australia, as the Chinese yuan’s second favourite international destination after the US, is in the front line of fathoming how to handle it.
Anyone with half a brain knows we need foreign funding, which brings with it many positives, including new technology and international networks, and natural markets. There’s no reason why Chinese money should not do the same for us as capital from elsewhere.
But we’re only now starting to work out how to steer such investments to ensure they align with our own priorities and needs, including whether this is best left to the market, and the extent to which government has a role to play.
Early on, as Chinese...