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        Opinion: ? Editor's Pick ? Cartoons ? Columnists ? In Focus
        Extended May Day holiday boost for domestic consumption
        China has passed a raft of measures to boost its domestic economy including extended holidays, tax cuts, and the new foreign investment law.
        Is there a way out of Venezuela's multiple crisis?
        The government and the opposition must work together to improve the conditions in Venezuela.
        Wigs and beyond: China's bittersweet manufacturing story
        In the past, China has sacrificed its own environment to benefit the world with its huge manufacturing industry; but the once "grim" situation is rapidly turning around.
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        Editor's Pick>>

        Extended May Day holiday boost for domestic consumption

        By Rachana Gupta

        China has passed a raft of measures to boost its domestic economy including extended holidays, tax cuts, and the new foreign investment law.

        Wigs and beyond: China's bittersweet manufacturing story

        By Li Xiaohua

        In the past, China has sacrificed its own environment to benefit the world with its huge manufacturing industry; but the once "grim" situation is rapidly turning around.

        Governments and universities need to ensure equal opportunities for all students

        By Mathew Wong

        U.S. college admissions scam reveals major problems about equality of access to higher education. Government and universities need to play more active role to rectify this.

        Measures to reduce corporate burdens will give boost to China's real economy

        By He Shuquan

        China launches a comprehensive suite of reforms to boost businesses and fuel the growth of its real economy.

        Brexit questions persist: If, when and how much?

        By Robert Griffiths

        In the wake of the Brexit vote and PM May's two failed withdrawal agreements, Britain is as fractured as ever about how to move forward.

        Global BRI cooperation signals the next stage of China's opening up

        By Yang Fanxin

        Joint construction of the Belt and Road will continue to be a major measure of China's opening up in the new era.

        Columnists>>

        Is there a way out of Venezuela's multiple crisis?

        By Jiang Shixue

        The government and the opposition must work together to improve the conditions in Venezuela.

        What's in store for the Democrats after release of Mueller report

        By George N. Tzogopoulos

        Mueller report deals a blow to the Democrats, but could also help the party focus on creating a strong political and economic agenda ahead of the 2020 U.S. Presidential election.

        Trump's recognition of Israel's Golan Heights claims undermines int'l order

        By Jin Liangxiang

        Trump's recognition of Israel's claim to the Golan Heights will undermine the world order, further tarnish the international image of the U.S. and impede the long-term goal of peace in the Middle East.

         
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        History meets the future: Italy joins the Belt and Road Initiative

        Italy has signed of a memorandum of understanding to become part of China's Belt and Road Initiative, or BRI — one of the top highlights of cooperation during President Xi Jinping's recent visit to Italy.

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