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Analysis: Decoupling could trim 1% off US GDP

Analysis: Decoupling could trim 1% off US GDP

/ China-USThe United States would forgo $190 billion from its gross domestic product annually by 2025, or roughly 1 percent of its GDP at last year's level, if it were to fully decouple with China, a scenario that would force the US aviation industry alone to shed up to 225,000 jobs, according to analysis by the US Chamber of Commerce and Rhodium Group.The projections highlight the potential costs to the US economy at a time when the administration of President Joe Biden is grappling with a pandemic-battered economy and weighing its policy agenda with China."If the US and China were to...

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Feb 22
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Green finance gets newfound incentivization

Green finance gets newfound incentivization

China to ease domestic market access for foreign investors, says PBOC officialChina will make it easier for international investors to access the country's green finance market by promoting the harmonization of domestic and global green standards as part of its efforts to achieve net-zero emissions by 2060, central bank officials said on Tuesday.The green finance industry in China needs to learn from the asset management experiences of foreign investors, such as multinational pension funds and insurance companies. Large capital injections are also needed to finance many green and low-carbon...

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Muslim area offers Spring Festival delights

Muslim area offers Spring Festival delights

Ox Street's food stores attract long linesAt 7:30 am, Ox Street, known in Chinese as Niujie Street, in downtown Beijing was bustling with people rushing to work and shop.On the east side of the street, two long lines formed outside a food store 30 minutes before it opened, while on the west side, more people waited patiently for other food shops to begin business.These scenes took place on Feb 1, just 10 days before Lunar New Year's Eve, which this year falls on Thursday.People living in the Chinese capital have a wide range of options when it comes to buying food for the Spring Festival...

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More Lhasa residents shopping online for New Year

More Lhasa residents shopping online for New Year

In the days leading up to China's Lunar New Year, the start of Spring Festival, and Losar, the Tibetan New Year, which both fall on Friday, many residents of Lhasa, capital of the Tibet autonomous region, have chosen to shop online to avoid the risk of coronavirus infection.A citywide online shopping festival, which started on Sunday, has added impetus to that.The Lhasa Bureau of Commerce, organizer of the shopping festival, said the city's seven major shopping malls are offering a variety of discounts on their apps and social media accounts."Online orders have been soaring," said Phuntsok...

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TCM finds more acceptance on back of COVID-19 success

TCM finds more acceptance on back of COVID-19 success

The use of herbal medicines in treating COVID-19 patients is part of a broader effort by central authorities to push for a mix of traditional medicine and modern therapies in tackling epidemics such as the severe acute respiratory syndrome outbreak in 2003 and bird flu in 2009.Zhang Hongchu, an eminent traditional Chinese medicine therapist, said last year was a turning point for traditional medicine's role in epidemic control."Due to limited recognition, TCM practitioners used to experience different degrees of exclusion from epidemic control task forces," he said. "But in the COVID-19...

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