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Modi-Xi deals to provide a "lesson in democracy"
The director of the People's Vigilance Committee for Human Rights views positively the new Beijing-Delhi relationship. Xi Jinping pledged investments worth US$ 20 billion over five years.
18/05/2015 CHINA – INDIA
Deals worth US$ 22 billion do not end the China-India rivalry
Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping sign 26 economic agreements during the Indian Prime Minister’s visit to Beijing. Analysts and experts downplay Chinese state media’s positive spin. The Himalayan region, the new Silk Road and the Indian Ocean are still the basis of structural “problems and mistrust between both sides”.
18/09/2014 INDIA - CHINA
Xi Jinping in India to "create a better tomorrow" for Asia and humanity
As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed China's president, praising the new bilateral entente, which will enable them to "script history". Long-term trading partners, the two Asian giants want to boot their relationship to make Asia the main player in the third millennium as the end of the US-centred unipolar world comes to an end. Both leaders also represent a major generational shift since they were born after their respective country's foundational moments.
16/05/2007 CHINA – AFRICA
Beijing’s much needed aid and the risk of plunder
The annual meeting of the African Development Bank opened in Shanghai. Beijing comes with a bag full of offers and sincere pledges of assistance, but African countries remain cautious. They need help the West often denies them, but fear that Beijing will end up plundering their raw materials and install a new form of economic colonialism.
29/03/2016 13:30:00 CZECH REPUBLIC – CHINA
Prague: confrontations and protests by pro-Tibet groups during Xi Jinping’s visit
Xi is the first Chinese president to visit the Czech Republic, which for decades backed the Dalai Lama and Taiwanese independence. His visit is expected to bring US.4 billion in investment. Protesters replaced China’s red flags with those of the ancient Buddhist temple, and chain themselves to lampposts.
22/08/2014 MONGOLIA - CHINA
Xi Jinping in Mongolia to boost (China's control of) of local economy
China's president will remain until tomorrow. Several agreements have been signed during meetings with Mongolian officials, boosting China's presence in the landlocked nation. Still, "Mongolia is seeking to diversify its export partners to reduce China's overwhelming control of its economy," expert says.
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